After two years of struggle of fighting bitter memories, she has decided to come forward to help women who face a similar situation, and her painful experience in Pakistan inspired her to take this initiative.
"I want to give a message to those women who have bitter experiences. They must flush out old memories and start a new chapter of their lives."
"People were not ready to accept me when I returned from Pakistan," she added.
"It took me two years to overcome the trauma and flush out bitter memories. When I came back to India, the people in my locality were not ready to accept me," she recalled.
Thanking External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, she said: "She is like my mother. She gave me a second life. She could not visit my beauty parlour but sent her best wishes."
Soon a biopic will also be made on Uzma's life and her stay in Pakistan.
"I want to thank Rakesh ji for producing a film on my life. The work is in progress," she informed.
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