I remember when I was just 17 years old and I thought, ‘If I can be a boy, I can do anything I want.’
But that was a dream.
I never really had a plan.
I was never going to be a musician.
I’ve always had a very strong interest in music, and I was always obsessed with dance and singing.
My family was a very religious family and my dad was an idol of Muhammad Ali.
I wanted to be an actor, and there was a show in Pakistan called ‘Kung Fu Panda’ in which they had a tiger that had been killed.
I remember being in the room and being so emotional.
My dad got up and he was crying.
Then I thought to myself, ‘I’m going to go and see him, I’ll be like, ‘Whoa!’, because I knew he was going to love it.
I got there and I saw him crying.
He was like, “My brother was killed by the Taliban,” and I said, “You know, this is the most important thing in life.”
So I went and saw him.
I was so emotional and I cried.
I have to admit, I was really happy for him.
He said, ‘You have to be proud of yourself, because you are a true hero.’
I think he was a little jealous of me because I was doing a really good job of showing him that I was the one who had to do this.
I did have to take a year off.
But it was really hard, especially with the Taliban and the economic sanctions and everything else.
I didn’t have much money, and so it was a really hard time.
I had to work very hard for my life, and it was very difficult.
When I came back, I got a new job and I made so much money.
I also started acting again and that was really fun.
I started acting with an American show called ‘Fargo,’ and I started doing it in the U.S. with ‘Fringe’ and ‘The Walking Dead.’
It was a good time, and now I’m getting older and I’m still in my prime.
I think when I came home and my parents started to see me, they were very proud.
They had me over for dinner and they had me make their first movie together.
I think they really loved my work, but I had a tough time getting a contract.
I wasn’t really working hard, but it was hard work.
I would take my daughter to a movie and I would be like: ‘OK, I’m not going to do any of this anymore, because I’m too old.’
But I’m so glad I had this career and my family loves me.
It was so exciting to work with such great people.
When they started to notice me again, they started saying, ‘Oh, my God, we’ve been waiting for you.’
I don’t think I was able to keep that secret.
I just kept it quiet.
When I went back to the States, my mom and dad started calling me and they said, ‘(I love you, I love you)’ and they were all very supportive.
I always felt like I had the best relationship with them, but they started calling it, and then they started making more calls, and finally, they called my mom.
I went home to Pakistan, and my father’s friends were like, ‘(We love you) so much, and we can’t wait to get back to America.’
I was like: ‘(No, I don)t want to go back to Pakistan.’
They were so happy.
I don´t know why I didn´t tell them I had done this for a long time.
My mom had to go to her home and find out.
She was in the hospital for six months, and she was crying because I had never been to Pakistan.
She went home and cried, and they came over and she hugged me and said, “‘Mom, you have done everything.’
I cried and said: ‘Yeah, you did everything.’ They didn´ts believe me.
They didn’t believe that I had actually done anything for the country.
They were really happy, and that made it easier for me.
I’m happy now and I think I’ve made it my mission to be honest and truthful and honest to my fans.
I hope I’ve been able to show them, and even to my father, that I´m proud of what I did, and everything that I did.
I really enjoyed working with them and it gave me a great outlet to work from.
I’m really excited to go up to Australia for the Olympics.
I´ve been looking forward to it, to be able to come home, and just show people that I have done a lot of good for Pakistan.
It has been a very long road to get here. But I have