Mahira Khan reacts to statement by Firdous Jamal

By Shiraz Shaikh - Web Editor

05th August, 2019

After fierce statements over social websites, actress Mahira Khan reacts to statements by Firdous Jamal on screen.

While as guest in Bol TV show Bol Nights with Ahsan Khan, Mahira Khan said that Firdous Jamal is for her a very respectable person.

Talking about Momina Duraid, Mahira Khan said that she is an intelligent lady and knows when and what to say to someone.

مومنہ درید اور فردوس جمال کے ریمارکس کے بعد ماہرہ خان نے خاموشی توڑ دی بول انٹرٹینمیںنٹ کے پروگرام بول نائٹس ود احسن خان میں خصوصی گفتگو کرتے ہوئے کیا کہا جانیے #BOLNews #MahiraKhan #FirdousJamal #BOLNightsWithAhsanKhan #MominaDuraid

Gepostet von BOL am Sonntag, 4. August 2019

Previously, Mahira Khan, whose 2017 Bollywood blockbuster ‘Raees’ with Shah Rukh Khan earned $39 million at the box office, responded to Firdous’ comments with restraint, asking her supporters not to respond in a similar manner.

‘Let’s choose to love. Let’s be tolerant of other people’s opinions and let our fight be against the mindset that a successful woman is a scary thought. No it isn’t. It’s a beautiful and empowering one,’ she added.

A number of celebrity friends from Pakistan have also stood by Khan and criticized Jamal, registering their disappointment on social media.

She also thanked everyone for standing by her.

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