British-Pakistani star, Amber Joseph, has already made waves in Britain after she won Miss England Beautiful 2012. Now, her sights are set on Bollywood.
Amber hints she may consider roles for Pakistani films or TV dramas.
Remember the name Amber Joseph. You may be seeing a lot more of her if Bollywood has anything to do with it.
After winning Miss England Beautiful in 2012, the British-Pakistani model has since been bombarded with offers to star in a variety of media forms.
From international magazines to music videos, everyone wants a piece of Amber. And now, so does Bollywood.
In a recent interview, Amber explains a number of agencies have contacted her after her modelling success in the UK.
Due to personal engagements, she has not signed any official contracts.
But it seems the tides have changed with the Desi beauty, who is now ‘seriously considering’ the opportunity to become a B-Town star.
The Lahore native hints she may consider roles specifically for Pakistani films or TV dramas, though she continually teases as to whether this is confirmed or not.
With strong facial features and hair preened to perfection, Amber looks like a classic beauty. So it won’t be long before cast directors finally take her under their wing.
But if the big bosses of Bollywood want to nab the talented star, they need to act fast.
Talking of what movies she is open to, the dark-haired stunner makes it clear she would consider playing a central role alongside a reputable cast.
If successful, Amber will join the likes of Fawad Khan, Ali Zafar, and Mahira Khan – also of Pakistani origin – who have shifted into the Bollywood circle.
Whether the British Asian star makes this move or not, she already has an impressive list of achievements.
Not only has she mastered the art of modelling, she is also a talented musician, dancer, and photographer.
With so many offers on the table, it’s only a matter of time before we see Amber make it big in Bollywood!
Images courtesy of Amber Joseph Miss England Beautiful Facebook
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