Mahira Khan Smoking Vs Defending Pakistan, Whats More Valuable?
Mahira Khan smoking stayed the most followed trend on social media today. All of us used our birth right to comment on the leaked video of Mahira Khan’s smoking.
— آزاد خیال (@moinchishty32) March 28, 2018
People used their freedom of speech bharpoor tareeqey se and commented like,
Apna na sahi apney bachoon ka to soochti nai to hamarey bachoon ka soochti
And then of course …
Then its our moral duty to bring national politics in every affair, no matter how funny it becomes
Mila Jula Rujhan and Sarcasm
And finally some Reasonable Tweets
I really liked the last one. Sometimes it feels that we seriously have noting to do rather just commenting on others. If Mahira Khan’s smoking doesn’t do any harm to my lungs, then whats my problem? Why can’t I mind my own business. Maybe that’s my core business to comment on others and to interfere in other’s life.
You might be thinking that I am favoring Mahira out of the way. May be I am… Because I saw another video of her today. It was her talking in HardTalk
The gorgeous #MahiraKhan discusses n negates #Pakistan’s negative image with #BBC’s #StephenSackur discussing Verna, the Pakistani Film Industry and the #MeToo movement in South Asia at large. @ykismofficial #ykismofficial #ykupdates #HardTalk host #StephenSackur! During her visit to #London representing #Pakistan for the #UKAFF2018! W🙌❤🌟🇵🇰
And it inspired me actually. She could have said bad things about Pakistan to gain popularity in international media, like many have done. But she portrayed the real and sound image of Pakistan to break the stereotypes that world has about our country.
However after going through her “smoking controversy”, it would not be wrong of her to say that we Pakistani still live in stone age, where every one is accountable to every one.
Maybe that’s one aspect we do not prosper. We give lot of attention to things which are not valuable but mere waste of time. May we realize the importance of positivity soon, and so our comments and followings become constructive.