Meet the 'Paris Hilton of Pakistan'

Updated: September 28, 2012 12:30 IST

Pakistani model and chat show host Mathira, who is also known as the "Paris Hilton of Pakistan", is all set to make her foray into Bollywood soon. Mathira, who is currently camping in Mumbai, is confident of bagging a role in an upcoming romantic comedy starring Neil Nitin Mukesh and helmed by debutante Prerna Wadhawan.

Mathira, who became the first female Pakistani to host a late night programme, says: "I'm not a stranger to camera, so I'm very confident and as of now, my chances are 50/50."

Coming Up: Top 10 future stars: Girls you should watch out for.

Meet the ‘Paris Hilton of Pakistan\'
Pakistani model and chat show host Mathira, who is also known as the "Paris Hilton of Pakistan", is all set to make her foray into Bollywood soon. Mathira, who is currently camping in Mumbai, is confident of bagging a role in an upcoming romantic comedy starring Neil Nitin Mukesh and helmed by debutante Prerna Wadhawan.

Mathira, who became the first female Pakistani to host a late night programme, says: "I'm not a stranger to camera, so I'm very confident and as of now, my chances are 50/50."

Coming Up: Top 10 future stars: Girls you should watch out for.

(Text and Image Courtesy: Mid-Day.com)
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