Single women in Pakistan are often attacked by a lot of attacks, such as trolls mocking themselves as single and poking their noses where they shouldn’t. However, when actor Nausheen Shah posted that he no longer supported it, people focused more on the words she chose than on what she said.
In recent social media rants Dugdugi The actor posted about what happened only in Pakistan, where women were constantly pressured and forced to find a companion.
“This only happens in the f****** country if you are not married. My mother will remind you every day. Shady Kerlo Shady Kerlo. Nahi Kerne Shaadi Bhai Maaf Kerdo, Jan Cordo [Get married, get married. I don’t want to get married, leave me alone],” she wrote.
But the use of swear words in her posts angered people, and he started telling her to “leave the country.”
An actor named Aadi Adeal Amjad took her position very personally and told her to leave the country.
People on social media also criticized her choice of words and completely ignored her point.
Designer Umar Sayeed, who should have been quiet if there was nothing productive to contribute to the conversation, conveyed ridicule and intellectual personal remarks about the actor.
“Still, when you can’t get married despite all the hard work, this is what you said to save your reputation,” he said in completely unnecessary and rude words.
Shah’s original point seems to have disappeared amid all the criticism she received. She was talking in Pakistan that your single mother (and everyone else) would force you to continue to marry you.