The Kannada film ‘Thamashegaagi’ one of the heroines, Kamannana Makkalu and Citizen Kannada films heroine Vaibhavi alias Fawzia Begum Gul Shah is on youtube answering various queries. This is a join my hate club subject sent via http://www.youtube.com sent on 30th October 2009 around 9 pm.
For a question passed on by this journalist on her career as of now Vaibhavi replied -
“I am completely into my work and the Divine Healing I do. I find no much time for anything else. Movies are out as I never really enjoyed it. I am happy to be what I am now. It’s more fulfilling” Warm Regards, Fawzia Begum Gul Shah.
Meanwhile for the nasty comments on her page Fawzia Gul Shah is extremely depressed. The jealous and jobless people write like this. The truth is the soul not what we wear and how we look. What we do should be dignified. Fans exchanging ideas is OK but it should not be instigating and sarcastic. I do not change from the comments. I know what I should do and I do not change for anyone sake she says.
Whether I am in to spiritualism or religious it does not matter. I do not compete with anyone. I like what I wear and do what I feel sensible. Do not judge by clothes Fawzia makes a humble eight minutes address in youtube.
Vaibhavi alias Fawzia Begum Gul Shah studied in Mangalore is a graduate in psychology with passion in fashion. She works as visual merchandiser in Dubai and armed with Retail management from Manchester (UK). Vaibhavi first appeared in Malayalam film ‘Onnaragam’.
Vaibhavi’s father is Kamaluddin realtor in Mangalore and mother is Ayesha. She has a sister Milia Begum working in England as doctor.