Actress Zoya Nasir has lashed out at critic Lubna Faryad for harsh criticism. The actress called out Lubna for inappropriate language.
Zoya has recently taken to social media to call out Lubna from Amma TV Aur Mein for criticism on the serial Badzaat. The actress is offended by Faryad’s language and for comparing actresses to ‘Tawaif.’
The YouTuber reviewed the latest episode of the drama a few days back. In the episode, Wali (played by Imran Ashraf) meets his birth mother (played by Saba Faisal). His birth mother chose a career in the entertainment industry over her family.
Reviewing the scene, the YouTuber called Saba’s character a ‘tawaif maa.’ Wali’s sister (played by Zoya Nasir) also wants to become a model by following in her mother’s footsteps.
‘A daughter following her mother’s footsteps is not strange,’ Lubna stated. ‘There used to be a Heera Mandi before. There used to be a dance to Tablas and now Indian songs are played,’ she said further.
The actress expressed how appalled she is by the critic’s comments. She wrote on her Instagram story about it. Zoya said that she loves amma and appreciates it when she criticizes the industry for any wrong it does. However, disrespecting the entertainers and using a ‘condescending tone for a career’ is disappointing.
‘I am sorry amma but you have disappointed me so badly. You went straight to Heera mandi? You mean we can’t be clean models or actors?’ she questioned.
Zoya further explained her character in the story. She said that Ainee isn’t doing things that are morally wrong to become an actress or model. ‘She is just trying to escape her brother and distant from her mother,’ she said.
‘HEERA MANDI! Really? That too in such an ignorant and breezy way just because she wants to be in entertainment?’ she further questioned. Nasir questioned the YouTuber if she has the same views about all actors.
‘You broke a lot of hearts,’ she concluded. The actress also advised Lubna to be careful with her words in the future.
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