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Iman Vellani, a Pakistani-born girl, has become Ms. Marvel’s first Muslim superhero.

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Fans have been guessing about how the lead actress Iman Vellani got the job in the upcoming Disney+ television drama Ms. Marvel, which has created a stir online.

Iman Vellani, a Pakistani-Canadian actress, has fulfilled her childhood ambition of being a Marvel fangirl and subsequently becoming a superhero.

Iman Vellani plays Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old high school student and superhero fanatic who finds she has abilities in Marvel Comics’ Kamala Khan.

“It has a contagious quality about it.” Her admiration for the Avengers is universal, and as a Marvel fan myself, I felt like I could easily step into Kamala’s shoes. “That’s essentially all we were channeling during the show’s filming,” Iman Vellani told Reuters.

Vellani will appear with Brie Larson, who performs Captain Marvel, in the 2023 feature The Marvels, to play Khan in the tv show.

Ms. Marvel is the first Muslim character to have her comic book series, and she is considered Marvel’s biggest breakout star in the previous decade. “I truly hope that the show inspires other Muslim and South Asian creatives to speak their tales,” Iman Vellani remarked.

Vellani, Aramis Knight, Lintz, Saagar Shaikh, Rish Shah, Mohan Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar, Bucha, Zenobia Shroff, Yasmeen Fletcher, Travina Springer, Laurel Marsden, Laith Nakli, Khan, and Azhra Usman are among the cast members of the series.

Disney and Marvel will produce a cinematic version of the six-part series for Pakistan, which will be divided into three sections as follows:

Episodes 1 and 2 will premiere on June 16th.

Episodes 3 and 4 will premiere on June 30th.

Episodes 5 and 6 will premiere on July 14th.

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