After making her stunning debut in Kitne Dur Ho Tum Aamna Munjal has set fire with her solo act performance. She performed a monologue so beautifully that got a standing ovation from the audience present to see the performance. She performed it under the canopy of her guru Mr. Kishore Namit Kapoor at the Kishore Namit Kapoor acting (KNK) institute.
This monologue was inspired by a celebrity from Pakistan Miss. Muniba Mazari. Muniba is an activist, anchor artist, model, singer, and motivational speaker whose speeches are held in the entire world. Aamna performed this whole act on sitting in a wheelchair. At the age of 21, Muniba met with an accident and her lower body got paralyzed. Even these barriers didn’t stop her to achieve her dreams.
Muniba has gone through many ups and downs in her entire life but she never lost self-belief and hope. Aamna portrayed her character drastically well and she motivated, engaged the audience pretty well with her performance. The reason why Aamna chose this role because she was pretty much invigorated by Muniba. She has taught the entire world to be in love with your own and never lose hope.
Aamna was pretty much inspired by Muniba Mazari. Mentioning her experience, Aamna said that as an actress performing her role was a bit difficult but she had self-belief and confidence. Aamna gives lots of credit for her journey and this act to Kishore sir.
She said that Kishore sir was always backing her throughout the rehearsals and always motivated her to perform this monologue. He was pretty confident that a girl of 19 years old can perform this character maturely in front of the audience in one go. Here the YouTube link of this monologue.
ABOUT MUNIBA MAZARI
Muniba Mazari is of Baloch descent and belongs to the Mazari tribe. She was born on March 3, 1987, in Rahim Yar Khan, Punjab, in southern Punjab. Muniba attended the Army Public School before pursuing a BFA at a college in her hometown. She married at the age of 18 before she could finish her studies.
She was involved in an accident in 2008, which resulted in her being paralyzed. She has received several awards. This includes 100 Inspirational Women of 2015 (BBC),500 most influential Muslims of the world,First Pakistani UN GoodWill Ambassador for UN Women, Forbes 30 Under 30 – 2016, The Karic Brothers Awards 2017 in Serbia by The Karic Foundation. Aamna is currently enjoying her journey and looking forward to work in Bollywood films.