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What led Javed Sheikh to feel remorseful about his union with Salma Agha?

Veteran actor Javed Sheikh from the Pakistani entertainment industry has expressed regret over his past marriage to Salma Agha.

He revealed that their union resulted in significant losses for him. Sheikh elaborated that their marriage lasted only three years, during which numerous incidents occurred that would take considerable time to discuss in detail.

Reflecting on the setbacks he faced during his showbiz career, the actor mentioned that he was planning to move to India after his marriage. At that time, he was receiving numerous film offers.

He shared an example of a project that was particularly promising, “Bangkok Kay Chor”, which was already in production in Bangkok, with the team waiting for him to join.

However, he revealed that Salma Agha’s comments about the film’s drawbacks ultimately led him to decide against being a part of the project.

The actor continued to share his experiences, citing another instance where he was set to star in the Indian film “Khoon Bhari Maang” alongside Rekha. However, he was forced to reconsider due to Salma Agha’s strong influence.

Regarding his marriage to Salma Agha, the actor recalled that they had previously worked together on the film “Hum Aur Tum”. During the shoot, Salma Agha had proposed him, and they eventually tied the knot.

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