Mahira Khan bags Best Actress award at an Indian film festival for Prince Charming

Awards and Accolades

Mahira Khan’s performance in short film, Prince Charming, has been nothing short of absolute brilliance. She has now won an accolade for Best Actress – Short Film at the Indus Valley International Film Festival which was held in India. Produced under the See Prime banner, the short starred Mahira Khan and Zahid Ahmed together for the first time and was helmed by Sheheryar Munawar. Prince Charming talks about post-marital depression, in a very unique and creative way. “This award goes out to all the ladies who are silently suffering from post-marital depression, our society doesn’t talk about it, we consider such topics as taboos and yet here we are. I’m glad that this role touched the audiences’ heart, it’s one of the roles which shall stay close to my heart forever. I would like to thank my dear friend Sheheryar Munawar for believing in me and the entire team of See Prime specially Seemeen Naveed for providing us with this platform,” Mahira Khan said in a statement. Seemeen Naveed, the executive producer at See Prime stated: “I truly believe in showing and producing content that comes with a deep message for my audiences. I was amazed by the vision which Sheheryar had in his mind behind this masterpiece. I’m proud that our content has been recognised on an international level, hoping to keep on producing and working with these gems.”