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Mehwish Hayat Trolls Haters With A Knock Out Reply!

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Mehwish Hayat Trolls Haters With A Knock Out Reply!

She won the Tamgha e Imtiaz for her contribution to the entertainment industry, yet people in Pakistan trolled the number 1 actress Mehwish Hayat because that’s what we do best. While many congratulated her on this epic achievement, there were many who considered her a nobody, despite her four films doing more business than the entire box office report of Reema’s career, who by the way won the Pride of Performance the same day.

Until Pakistan Day, Mehwish let the trolls do their pathetic job but as soon as she was back in her city, she decided to give the haters a piece of her mind. She took to Twitter to give a befitting reply to the hatemongers and shut them up in an epic manner.

She said

“Debate all you like whether you think I deserve the award. Every1 is entitled to their opinions. I respect that. However, I draw the line when my character is questioned. I’ve been called a tawaif, a slut, a whore & much more so often that it has stopped affecting me.”

She further added

“I never wanted to make this a gender thing but it is unfortunate that others seem to be. To suggest that I slept my way to this award is an abhorrent slur on all the hard-working women in our country. We may be part of an industry that is seen to be glamorous.”

She concluded with

“but it doesn’t mean that we have forsaken our morals. What gives anybody the right to drag my name into the gutter. You don’t know me! Thank you to all the supporters & also to all the haters, it has only made me stronger. The last couple of weeks have been quite an eye-opener for me.”

Hit In Pakistan congratulates Mehwish Hayat for making us all proud and hope that she continues to do that in coming years. As for the troll machine, they should do something constructive so that one day, someone might confer something upon them.

Nimra Arshad

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