Fans want Priyanka Chopra to play Pakistani-Muslim superhero Ms Marvel

Danny Woods
May 16, 2018

The beauty behind this wonderful Ms Marvel is Sana Amanat who worked hard for this fantastic character.

As per a report in Hindustan Times Marvel president Kevin Feige has said that there is a Pakistani-Muslim female superhero whose name is Kamala Khan and is known as Ms Marvel and fans want Bollywood superstar Priyanka Chora to play a Marvel hero.

"Captain Marvel's shooting right now with [American actress] Brie Larson", Mr Feige told the BBC. Though Marvel has introduced us to many superheroes, that strong woman character has always been something the audience have been waiting for.

There are already so many different ways for the MCU to turn in the wake of the end of the "Avengers" saga, and lots of movies already filling up Marvel's schedule.

Captain Marvel will see Academy Award victor Brie Larsen take on the role in Marvel's first female fronted movie, and looks set to follow on from the dramatic events at the close of the record-breaking Avengers: Infinity War, which is still in cinemas. Stay tuned to see if/when Ms. Marvel factors in.

Ms Marvel's Kamala Khan iteration is getting a live-action film, Marvel announced. Read our review of Ms. Marvel #1.

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With Marvel character Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel in the works, fans have thronged social media websites demanding Priyanka Chopra essay the role.

"Captain Marvel", starring Brie Larson in the role of Carol Danvers, hits theaters March 6.

While nothing about the casting can be said right now, fans are surely rooting for Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra to play the much-loved Miss Marvel in the film as she voices the character in the mobile video game Marvel: Avengers Academy.

For many, Priyanka Chopra is the flawless fit for the character.

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