A Pakistani woman named Seema Haider recently made headlines when she entered India illegally via Dubai and Nepal. Her audacity in pulling off this accomplishment caught people’s attention, but what’s even more amazing is that she was going to an audition for a part in “A Tailor Murder Story.” The movie, whose plot centers on the assassination of Udaipur tailor Kanhaiya Lal by extreme Islamists, is being made by Jani Firefox Production House, which also organized Seema’s audition in Greater Noida, Times of India reported.
Suspicions arose about Seema’s true intentions, as she was believed to be an ISI agent. Shockingly, she was set to play the role of a RAW officer in the movie, adding a layer of complexity to her story.
Seema had left her family in Pakistan to be with a man named ‘Sachin.’ After entering India, she arranged her audition with film directors Jayant Sinha and Bharat Singh.
A video recently emerged showing the difficulties faced by Seema Haider and Sachin Meena after they moved to their house in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida. They were struggling to make ends meet, facing shortages of food and other necessary items.
Their unusual love story began when they connected through the popular shooting game PUBG during the Covid pandemic. Sachin, a 22-year-old Indian man from Rabupura area in Greater Noida, fell in “love” with Seema through the game. Seema, who was already married to Ghulam Haider and had four children in Pakistan, decided to leave the country and cross the border to be with Sachin.
The two met in Nepal, where they reportedly got married following Hindu rituals after Seema converted to Hinduism. Together with her children, Seema and Sachin entered India on May 13.
On July 4, the police apprehended Seema and arrested Sachin, and his father for providing shelter to a foreigner. However, they were released on bail a few days later, and the couple has been continuously questioned by the probe agencies.
Seema’s estranged husband, Ghulam, who works in Saudi Arabia, expressed a desire to reunite with his wife and children. However, Seema firmly states that she does not want to return to Pakistan and wishes to live with Sachin.
The situation remains complex and continues to unfold as authorities investigate Seema’s case and her future in India.