Noor Bukhari is stalking celebrities and wants them not to show up in their homes.

It’s okay to follow your favorite celebrities online and find interesting what they’re doing and admire their style, skincare or art, but it becomes a reality when you use the same platform to stalk them and appear at home without being invited. Noor Bukhari wants you to know it.

A former actor, who recently shared a horror story on social media, spoke about how scary it is for fans to admit that they have invaded celebrities’ personal spaces, appearing at home uninvited and using online applications to find them.

“Yesterday, a woman followed me from Insta and saw my story and found my home, saying she found my home,” she said. “I’m scared of not seeing anyone. I respect your life and your feelings, but don’t be so scared. It makes you a stalker.”

We can imagine how awkward and frightening the meeting would have been given that it was difficult for fans to separate the life of the celebrity on the screen from the ordinary life off the screen. It’s strange, invasive, and immediately rude to appear in a stranger’s house and expect them to entertain you. Needless to say, as Bukhari said, it makes you a stalker. Just don’t do it.

In 2015, Boo Kari tied the knot with Wally, son of famous classical singer Hamid Ali Khan, who starred and sang for her directorial debut. Ishq positive. However, when I applied for Kula (marriage dissolution) in 2017, my marriage was short.

Her first husband was Vikram, a businessman based in Dubai. The duo married in 2008 but quit in 2010. In the same year, Bukhari married director Farooq Mengal. However, their union lasted only four months. In 2012, she married Aun Chaudhry, but broke up a few months later.