IWD 2020: Veena Malik criticizes Mahira Khan

Lahore (9th Mar, 2020): Mahira Khan strongly criticized by Veena Malik for her opinions pertaining to Women’s March and female empowerment. 

According to reports of Baaghi TV, the Superstar diva has been criticized by Pakistani actress Veena Malik for her participation in the Aurat March [Women’s March] 2020, held in various cities across Pakistan on the 8th of March, 2020.

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Malik took to the social networking site, Twitter, to pen down her views against the popular, Mahira Khan for holding a “controversial” placard during the march for female rights and empowerment. The banner reportedly read, “Mujhe bartari nahi, barabari chahiye hai” [loosely translated to mean, “I want equality, not superiority”].

Khan who apart from being an actor, is also mother to a young son, was pictured holding another placard in support of the March to voice her opinions against child sexual abuse. The banner read: “So that no more innocent children become victims of child sexual abuse. We have already lost too many.”

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Reportedly, Veena Malik tweeted in reference to Khan that this “aunty” [Mahira Khan] dances first before she speaks. Malik further criticized Mahira Khan for getting involved in a controversy with Pakistan’s senior versatile actor, Firdous Jamal, last year pertaining to what she stressed was due to Khan’s bad acting.

According to reports of Baaghi TV, Malik stated that Firdous Jamal had chosen to remain silent after his initial remarks that Khan was not a quality actress, because he wanted to avoid “her [Mahira Khan’s] long tongue”.

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According to reports of Baaghi TV, the Bin Roye star has yet to respond to the claims made against her by Veena Malik.

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