Fashion Times News Roundup: Here’s Everything Important That Happened During The Week

Fashion Times News Roundup

Aima Baig Sues News Publication For Fake Reporting

Washmallay singer Aima Baig has taken the legal route against news publication FHM Pakistan for ‘vile’ insinuations about her brother and manipulating her words from an old interview, denoting that she had a crush on her brother.

Baig shared a copy of a legal notice on Instagram in which she has asked for damages of Rs100 million and an ‘unconditional and written apology’ within 48 hours. She wrote, “This is high time when we should stand against yellow journalism and fake reporting (which is only done for the sake of comments and likes). I have had it enough so here I am standing up for myself and many others [who] become their next prey.” 

She also attached screenshots of the legal document purportedly sent to FHM Pakistan, which read that they “posted a false, untrue, malicious and highly defamatory news/post/story on [their] Instagram page”.

Sabeen Farooq Aka Haya From ‘Tere Bin’ Gets Online Threats By You Tubers

Basking in the success of her recent outing Tere Bin, Sabeen Farooq is getting rave reviews for her vicious act as Haya. On the contrary, there is a section of people on social media who are sending her threats online. The actress took to Instagram and asked YouTubers sharing fake content to stop, threatening to publicly name and shame them otherwise.

Farooq shared a note on her Instagram story stating that the jokes are now crossing all the limits. “I’ve been all generous and nice about my character in Tere Bin, joining you all in roast[ing] and memes but there is a limit to everything. Now that you are putting FAKE, ABSURD CONTENT on YouTube and giving me threats, it really is DISTURBING for me and my family. IT IS JUST A CHARACTER,” she wrote.

Amna Ilyas Schools People About The Concept Of Feminism

Model-turned-actor Amna Ilyas recently made an appearance on The Talk Talk Show. When asked about feminism, equal rights for women, and the misunderstood slogan Meri Jism Mere Marzi, Amna said, “I think we have reduced the notion of feminism to just what women wear. Whenever I read comments on social media, I realise that the famous chant, ‘Mera jism, meri marzi (My body my choice)’ is made out to be about clothes only, even though the idea behind it is much deeper. It’s about having body autonomy rights and consent. It’s about harassment, domestic violence, and concepts like, ‘No one has the right to touch me without my consent, even if I’m married to you’.” 

Fatima Effendi Teases Fans About Her Next Project

Actor Fatima Effendi took to Instagram and shared a sneak peek about her upcoming drama serial.

The project titled Adawat is a Next level production and is produced by Samina Humayun Saeed and Sana Shahnawaz. As reported by Dawn Images the project is “very different from what she has done before.” 

Hasan Raheem’s Peechay Hutt Is Now the Voice of Women in Pakistan

Hasan Raheem needs no introduction. The young singer gained mainstream recognition after his Coke Studio debut song Peechay Hut. Raheem recently took to Twitter to lend his support to the cause. “Peechay Hutt is the anthem of Aurat March and now this song belongs to the movement,” he wrote. “I started writing the song with ‘Rasta choriye ab ham agaye’ for Justin bibi’s and now it’s become the voice of the women of Pakistan. The oppression has to end!”

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