Despite the fact that the drama and cinema industries in Pakistan owe Khalilur Rehman Qamar a great debt for his legendary works, the renowned director has frequently come under fire for his outspoken, blatant, furious, and appropriate views.
Due to some hurtful comments Qamar made regarding Mahira Khan's acting abilities, the author of Mere Paas Tum Ho got into a nasty argument with the leading actress. Although the conflict between the director and actress has now subsided, Qamar elaborated on it in a recent interview.
The author of Mera Naam Yousuf Hai seems to have altered his mind during a podcast with renowned Pakistani YouTuber Nadir Ali, particularly when it came to forgiving Khan. However, the author of Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hai admitted that he still had issues with the Humsafar diva.
"I will eventually forgive Khan for working on a project based on my life," said Qamar. Despite the fact that I have nothing but admiration for her, she erred during the infamous Marvi Sarmad incident. Khan openly disagreed with my opinions while tweeting in Sarmad's favour. As a result, Khan was denied Mere Paas Tum Ho and London Nahi Jaunga; otherwise, she was my top pick for both projects. If Mere Paas Tum Ho hadn't been an option, I might have cast Khan in London Nahi Jaunga.
Regarding her professional endeavours, Khan most recently appeared in The Legend of Maula Jatt, for which she received both national and international acclaim.
On the other side, Qamar lately contributed to such films as Meray Paas Tum Ho, Kaaf Kangana, Tau Dil Ka Kia Hua, and London Nahi Jaunga.