Technology is one of the basic mediums to connect these days and communication is becoming very convenient. For example- Social media. It allows us to interact with people from different fields and different parts of the world. The best part is we become friends easily with new people.
On the contrary, some users are misusing social media platforms in the name of freedom of speech. On the other hand, some are using it effectively to deliver good messages to celebrities. Sometimes, those heart-touching or superb messages also tempt the celebrities to reply to their tweets.
Mahira Khan is a Pakistani television actress. She is well known for portraying the role of Khirad Ashar Hussain in the Pakistani drama “Humsafar” for which she received several accolades, including the Lux Style Award for Best Television Actress.
She was born in Karachi and started her career as a VJ in 2006. In fact, she has appeared in only one Indian film to date. She made her Bollywood debut in 2017 as she featured in the Indian-Hindi action film Raees starring Shah Rukh Khan.
Mahira Khan gives an epic reply to a hater
At times, she doesn’t shy away from interacting with her fans and followers on social media. Recently, one of the haters tried to mess with Mahira Khan. The actress gave an epic reply to the troll who called her a beggar.
A Twitter user wrote, “Bhikhari (Beggar) Pakistani, focus on your country. Aaatanki mulk, aaatanki religion (Terrorist country, terrorist religion).” The user deleted the post afterwards but not before a screenshot was captured by the fans. Mahira replied, “Betay, you’re the one focusing on me now bugger off.”
Due to the ban on Pakistani artistes in the Indian film industry, she could not promote her movies here and since then, she hasn’t appeared in any other Indian projects.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Film Companion, the 37-year-old actress spoke about the ban on Pakistani artistes. “I guess, having experienced it firsthand, it’s just sad. When I think about it… I mean, we have all moved on.
That’s what we do, if we don’t have this, we do something else. That’s what happens. But I feel like a great opportunity for the entire subcontinent to come together and collaborate was lost. I think it might happen again. Who knows?” she said.