“Nothing But Thinly Disguised Misogyny”: Pakistani Celebs Rally Against Adil Raja, Extend Support For Kubra, Mehwish, Sajal & Mahira

Major Adil Raja

The entertainment industry of Pakistan is standing strong with the female stars of the fraternity who have been accused by a retired military official, Major Adil Raja. The latter who runs a YouTube channel named `Soldier Speaks’ having more than 290,000 subscribers, released a vlog accusing several ‘actresses and models of being ‘used’ by former senior officials. ”

He went on to claim that the anonymous sources shared that four prominent actors were involved. While Adil didn’t fully name the actors he accused of, he took the initials of their names. “First one is MH, second is MK, third is AK (in another video, it sounds like KK) and fourth in SA.

Sajal Aly’s Cryptic Tweet

It was actor Sajal Aly who at first put up a tweet on the misogyny many female stars often face in the industry. “It is very sad that our country is becoming morally debased and ugly,” the Mom star had shared. “Character assassination is the worst form of humanity and sin.”

Kubra Khan Demands An Apology

The Alif actress has threatened to sue YouTuber Adil Raja for defamation as he has mentioned ‘KK’ as the actress having an illicit relationship with former top generals.

“I stayed quiet initially because obviously a fake video isn’t going to take over my existence but ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Do you think random people can point fingers at me and I’ll sit quietly and take it?” Khan wrote on Twitter.

Mehwish Hayat Slams Baseless Allegations

After Sajal and Kubra, Mehwish took to Twitter and shared her two cents. “People forget humanity for their shallow popularity. Hope you’re enjoying your two minutes of fame,” the Punjab Nahi Jaungi star wrote. “Just because I am an actress, doesn’t mean my name can be dragged through the mud.”

Nothing But Thinly Disguised Misogyny, Says Maheen Khan

Veteran fashion designer Maheen Khan shared her views on the controversy. “As we reflect on the villainisation of women, it’s important to continue holding the media accountable. This recent attack on actors is after all nothing but thinly disguised misogyny. Why don’t we simply respect and applaud their achievements.”

Adil Raja Responds

Adil has taken to Twitter and offered clarification on accusations he had leveled against the actors. “There are numerous names of models, actresses, and celebrities in Pakistan and abroad, with the initials that I have mentioned,” he tweeted.

Many actors from the industry have come forward and lent their support to their fraternity.

Mansha Pasha

Aiman Khan

Minal Khan

Zara Noor Abbas

Muneeb Butt

Adnan Siddique

Feroze Khan

Mirza Gohar Rasheed

Anoushey Ashraf

Mira Sethi

Syeda Tuba


This is a developing story and will be updated accordingly.

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