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There was public misbehavior with Mahira Khan, the actress got angry on the stage itself and was adamant on this!


A few days ago, an incident happened with famous Bollywood singer Sunidhi Chauhan. She was performing on stage and someone from the audience threw a bottle on the stage. It was fortunate that the bottle did not hit Sunidhi, but the way she reacted calmly and continued singing her song was highly appreciated by the people. Now a similar incident happened with Pakistan’s famous actress Mahira Khan also. But he strongly condemned it and refused to even speak the dialogue, terming it wrong. Let us tell you everything. Pakistani actress Mahira Khan participated in a literary program in Quetta. Here someone from the audience threw something on the stage, which the actress did not like at all. He expressed his displeasure on the social media platform Instagram and wrote, ‘Whatever happened in the program was inappropriate. No one should think that it is okay to throw anything on the stage, even if it is a flower wrapped in a paper plane.

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Mahira’s video goes viral

In this video, Mahira is also seen saying that speaking dialogues is no longer possible if you are throwing things. Watch Mahira’s viral video

Mahira said- This is a wrong example

39 year old Mahira Khan further wrote, ‘This sets a wrong example. This is not acceptable. Many times I get scared, not only for myself, but also for others who may get caught in a panic-like situation. When we were coming back, someone said, ‘After this we will not hold any program here.’ I completely disagreed, because this is not the solution.

She said- such events should be held in other cities of Pakistan

Mahira told that there was a crowd of 10 thousand or more, who were showing their love and excitement as best they knew. Because I could see that they didn’t know how to contain or express their excitement. Whoever the scoundrel was, he was one in 10 thousand. Perhaps I should have got up and left, perhaps the crowd could have been screened, perhaps I should not have been kept at the spot… a lot of things could have and should have happened. I feel strongly that we need more events like this in more cities across Pakistan. The more you are exposed, the more aware and educated you will be. Normalize it and see what happens.’

Mahira Khan’s upcoming project

Talking about the work front, Mahira Khan was seen in ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ in 2022. Now she will be seen in ‘Neelofar’. Its shooting has been completed.

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