Ainy Jaffri, an actor, stunned her fans earlier this year by announcing her return to television after a four-year absence. The Mandi cast included Saba Qamar, Mikaal Zulfiqar, and Shayan Khan in addition to Balu Mahi. We thought her sole trick up her sleeve was a Pakistani drama, but we were wrong.
The actor has acquired Coke, a Sarim Momin-directed and Jaffri-written Bollywood film. She confirmed the rumor by sharing an Instagram image by actor Paul Marlon showing Jaffri relaxing on a couch.
Ainy Jaffri will appear alongside Siddhant Kapoor, son of Bollywood actor Shakti Kapoor. The Story captioned, “The team is hard at work,” and included the hashtags “Bollywood” and “Feature film.”
Jaffri tweeted earlier this month, “It’s finally happening!” alongside a photo of the script for Coke. Commenters were quick to congratulate the actor on his new Indian movie and to express their sadness at her absence from the Pakistani film industry.
The Aseerzadi star mentioned how the hiatus helped her appreciate acting more when she announced her return to acting on Instagram. She insisted that it was not a “passing fancy” and that she would never give it up. She explained that she had learned an important lesson from the hiatus. That women and mothers, while they can’t have it all at once, can have it in increments when the time is right.
Ainy Jaffri as saying, “Acting was always something I really wanted to do but didn’t push too hard. For it as there was a lot of resistance,” when she was promoting her film Ballu Mahi with Osman Khalid Butt. My mom and dad had serious reservations.
Ainy Jaffri started out in commercials, which led to her breakthrough role in Zip Bus Chup Raho in 2010. And from there she went on to star in a string of successful drama series.