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Actress Khan touched by Fijian culture


Jan 09, 2015 10:21:46 AM

Actress Khan touched by Fijian culture Bollywood actress Zarine Khan says she is thrilled to learn more about the unique cultures of Fiji after receiving a full Fijian traditional welcome at Sabeto Village in Nadi.

The model turned actress who is in the country for two stage shows with actor Tusshar Kapoor and comedian Ali Asgar said she was completely touched by the reception they received from the villagers.

"We were given full Fijian traditional welcome and felt very loved and honoured. The villagers displayed their culture by performing a traditional dance and I just loved the dance moves because they were so lively and entertaining."

"The friendliness of the people here is just amazing and I would definitely love to come back to Fiji. Not only for shows but maybe some shoots and even a vacation because Fiji is a beautiful country and the unique cultures, food, beautiful people and wonderful ocean is just breathtaking and mind blowing."

"I am really keen to learn more about the people and the cultures."

The 27-year-old who made her entry in Bollywood in 2009 in Anil Sharma's Veer starring opposite Salman Khan says she has some interesting projects lined up and her next movie should get off the ground in March.

"My acting career is going on well and I have some movies lined up. The next movie will be opposite Sharman Joshi and I have some more projects coming up this year as well."

Apart from acting in Bollywood movies, Khan has also worked in Tamil and Punjabi movies. Her Punjabi movie Jatt James Bond was a box-office hit last year.

The first Bula Desi Bollywood show will be held at the Vodafone Arena tonight while the second and final show will be held at Nadi's Prince Charles Park tomorrow.

By Reginald Chandar


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