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He had been in Pakistan when he took the photo. Majeed says the first question people would ask him was "Why you are shooting a photograph of Pakistanis at the border when you have Pakistani Muslims living in India?"

After his first photograph of people crossing over the border, he did a number of follow up photographs and the picture is one he would never take again. He said he could do no other thing but capture the story and the feeling of crossing the border as if it was the last time. Majeed took the photograph at a point that makes no sense from a geographical perspective. He said it took him a day to get the photograph. "In a way the border was a piece of my childhood and I am happy I got this photograph of Pakistanis at the border."

Majeed also took photographs at sweedish men the Kargil war memorial in Kashmir and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj statue in Mumbai. He said he found many people from the world's top countries in India and Pakistan and it seemed like the world was on the verge of a war. "I didn't want to film people in an environment that might cause discomfort. I didn't want to show that I am showing them in a bad light." He said his film muslims marriage has been banned by some religious groups. "I am not ashamed to be a Muslim or an Indian." He was a filmmaker for two years in the US and Europe. He said when he saw people with their cameras in India and Pakistan and they were "proud of their country" and they wanted to film, that was his reaction.

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What is vivastreet pakistani Swatch Movie? Swatch Movie is a film directed by Majeed. It was filmed on a low budget. His films had to be shot in India or Pakistan. "We had to shoot in Lahore and Pindu, but we didn't need to. My film was made for people from my country," Majeed said. This is not the first time that Majeed's films have been shot in India. In fact, he also filmed in Mumbai, and is going to shoot some more films in this country. The first film, "Kasbaar", was shot in Lahore. Majeed's second film, "Najajar", will be shot in Pune. It is one of sex dating bristol his most personal films, as Majeed has become an actor out of the public eye. Majeed has been seen in films, TV series, music videos and his own movie indian matrimonial sites in canada in the last few years. In a recent interview with NDTV, Majeed said, "I've always been a film buff. In the 90s, I would do a lot of films in Lahore. I was there. In the 20 years after, I haven't been anywhere near a movie set. I've always enjoyed being around people, but in the last 10 years, I just don't have the time. I have to work more than ever. I have to pay the bills. I feel like a failure.

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