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They had a very active Facebook group called "Bollywood Muslims", and they even had a Facebook page called "Bollywood Muslims" that was a lot more active. The Facebook page is now gone, but they still use it to share their stories and experiences. There are now a few Bollywood and Pakistani girls working in the US. In Pakistan, the only place she felt safe, was in Bollywood, but her Bollywood friends were very cautious. So she stayed with them and eventually found a place in LA, where she works. This was not a typical edmonton muslim Pakistani girl in Pakistan. I have not seen that kind of Pakistani girl anywhere else. Her parents were in Pakistan, but they had moved to the US, and her older sister lived there as well. They were not too happy about her living with them, but that is typical of most Pakistani families. She is very religious, but has her own personal ways to dress. She is also not particularly outgoing. The Pakistani culture does not encourage you to be outgoing.