Who is Kamala Khan?
Kamala Khan was born in the city of Jersey City in the state of New Jersey. She is the younger sister of Aamir Khan, the daughter of immigrants Yusuf and Muneeba Khan. Carol Danvers, in particular, is one of her favorite Marvel superheroes (Captain Marvel, the former Ms. Marvel).
Nakia Bahadir and Bruno Carrelli are two of her closest friends. Her everyday existence was remarkably similar to that of Marvel fans, making her a sympathetic and popular character in the comics. When Kamala gained her abilities, though, everything changed for her.
How does Kamala Khan become a superhero?
Kamala Khan is a so-called “Inhuman.” The Inhumans, like the mutants and X-Men, are a genetic offshoot of humanity. They are, however, the result of Kree experimentation, the alien species from Captain Marvel (2018). After being exposed to Terrigen Mists, which are trapped within Terrigen Crystals, their abilities are revealed.
Terrigenesis is a process that occurs when an Inhuman comes into touch with Terrigen Mist. They are enclosed in a Terrigen cocoon and undergo a transformation that can result in a variety of bizarre outcomes. There are Inhumans whose bodies have been completely changed.
After being mocked for being an outcast by Zoe Zimmer, who would later become her close friend, Kamala Khan went through Terrigenesis after sneaking out of her hour to go to a party on the Jersey Waterfront.
Kamala had a vision of three of her favorite superheroes during her transformation: Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, Steve Rogers/Captain America, and Tony Stark/Iron Man. Carol asked Kamala what she wanted to do with her life, and she felt she wanted to be more like Captain Marvel, so she emerged from her cocoon as Carol Danvers, dressed in her former Ms. Marvel suit.
Ms. Marvel Disney series is here!
In “Ms. Marvel,” the latest Disney Plus series from Marvel Studios, which debuted its first trailer on Tuesday, Kamala is making history once again. The show will premiere on June 8th.
The trailer Ms. Marvel ft. Kamala
The teaser opens with Kamala at the high-school guidance counselor’s office, with doodles of speech bubbles, hearts, and devil horns popping up on the screen, set to The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights.” Kamala is stereotyped as a daydreaming superhero nerd, but she gains odd cosmic abilities, such as the ability to launch energy blasts and generate glowing stepping stones that let her walk through the air. Later in the teaser, she dons a red-and-blue suit and unleashes cosmic punches with a big, glowing fist, as seen in the comics.
The trailer also features the very talented Pakistani actress Nimra Bucha. Fawad Khan and Mehwish Hayat however were missed in the trailer.
The studio originally planned for “Ms. Marvel” to debut in late 2021, but after the epidemic inundated the calendar with nine additional Marvel movies and shows, the company pushed the series back to the summer of 2022. This also puts the show closer to “The Marvels,” the feature film sequel to “Captain Marvel,” which will star Vellani alongside Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers and Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau (from “WandaVision”) as Carol Danvers and Monica Rambeau, respectively. The film is set to hit theatres in February 2023.
Watch the trailer here:
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