Mahira Khan has expressed that she wants to make a comeback to the small screen, revealing that she has been reading scripts in isolation.
Speaking on Hum TV’s 16th birthday celebrations, Mahira said that she kept herself busy in isolation by reading scripts.
“This year I want to come back to dramas,” said the actor, adding that she owes her success and fame to Humsafar.
Talking about her journey as an actor, Mahira said: “This year it is going to be 10 years for Humsafar, that’s how long my journey has been as an actor.”
She also shared that she loved working with Fawad Khan and Humayun Saeed and had a lot of fun with them on set.
Mahira also shared her COVID-19 experience.
“I had it really bad, I had some bad symptoms. It was not good, but Alhumdulliah, I am out of it now.”
Mahira had tested positive for COVID-19 in December.
Meanwhile, Mahira has a string of releases lined up for release including Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad, Neelofar, and The Legend of Maula Jatt. All the films have been shot and are waiting for cinemas to reopen.