Love has no boundaries, and the story of Pakistani woman Seema Haider and her Indian lover Sachin Meena is a testament to this. A few weeks ago, the news of Pakistani woman Seema Haider crossing borders, along with her four children, and coming to India to live with her Indian lover Sachin Meena in Greater Noida, UP shocked everyone. What’s more amusing is the fact that Seema and Sachin fell in love while playing the online game ‘PUBG’. Now, a film producer in Noida, Amit Jani, has initiated the shooting of a movie depicting the lives of Seema Haider, a Pakistani woman, and her Indian lover, Sachin Meena.
However, the director appears to be unsatisfied with solely their story and aims to incorporate insights from Seema’s former husband, Ghulam Haider, who will be invited to India for this purpose. Amit Jani intends to reach out to Seema’s ex-husband, Ghulam Haider, who is currently residing in Saudi Arabia, and arrange a conversation either in Delhi or Mumbai. If Ghulam Haider cannot travel to India, Amit Jani plans to send his writer to meet him in Saudi Arabia.
Meanwhile, filmmaker Amit Jani has claimed to have received threats after offering a role to Seema Haider for the film. Allegedly, Abhishek Som, a former spokesperson of the SP party, sent him an audio clip containing threats. Jani likened this situation to the challenges faced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Deepika Padukone during the filming of “Padmavat,” suggesting that his film sets might also be vandalized.
Jani also accused the India Alliance movement of being behind the threats. He stated that these actions aimed to manipulate the upcoming elections in Rajasthan. In response, Amit Jani asserted his determination to continue making movies despite the threats, declaring that he is not afraid of anyone.
Presently, Amit Jani has communicated the incident to the Additional Director General (ADG) and plans to file a formal complaint. He also intends to take legal action against Monu Manesar, who allegedly threatened him through voice messages. Jani claims to have sent his complaints via email, ensuring that they will reach the appropriate authorities.