Most people know Mansha Pasha because of her acting skills on various platforms and others from her hosting days. Now people will know her due to the savage way she threw shade on Twitter.
In this tweet, she basically dragged multiple powerful women in one simple post.
From stole my husband from my best friend and cheated on my fiancee, to jab Me Too hota hai ussi waqt kiyon nahi boltein, to quotes from Uncle Ben and your friendly neighbourhood spider-man.
The women of this industry need to step up and learn to speak better.
— manshapasha (@manshapasha) October 22, 2018
She shared her thoughts on recent controversies Pakistan’s leading ladies have gotten themselves into. If you were not aware of the context of this tweet, let me break it down for you.
This comes from Hira Mani’s appearance on Samina Peerzada’s YouTube show “Speak Your Heart“. In the episode, Hira tells Samina about how she met her husband Salman Saqib, better known as Mani. She talked about how she took Mani’s phone number from her friend’s phone without her knowledge and began a love affair with Mani while being engaged to a different man.
Model Sadaf Kanwal on “Tonite With HSY” shared her thoughts about the #MeToo movement. Her ignorance on the matter and regressive viewpoint on the movement made people question her thoughts.
This part of the tweet is from Momina’s response to Shireen Mazari’s open criticism of Momina’s Coke Studio performance with Ahad Raza Mir. Momina replied in a manner that…well…didn’t go as planned.
As someone holding office, I’d expect you to be more responsible with how you express yourself on public platforms. We look up to you, ma’am, as citizens of this country. Uncle Ben from Spider-Man said “with great power comes great responsibility”. Don’t let us down #NayaPakistan https://t.co/Ghvw5tivkd
— Momina Mustehsan (@MominaMustehsan) October 22, 2018
This tweet was written to express Mansha’s thoughts on the responsibilities celebrities have and the fact that they must present themselves in certain ways.
Indeed, Pakistani celebrities are role models and heroes to kids and adults alike. Mansha wishes women from the industry need to learn how to speak better and learn how to express themselves more eloquently.
Pakistanis seem to agree with Mansha’s statement.
— Ayesha Muzzamil (@AyeshaMuzzamil) October 22, 2018
Agree with u mam
— Patakha Guddi (@Patakha06181411) October 22, 2018
GIFs speak louder than words, apparently.
— aman-ul-haq (@HAQ_OM92) October 23, 2018
In fact, people are appreciating her for stating what a lot of people have been thinking.
— SA (@saraalk_pk) October 22, 2018
Others were confused by the references and simply decided to stick to what they knew.
What's wrong with Spiderman. He's a superhero
— Ghalib Taimur (@ghalibtaimur) October 22, 2018
Do you agree with Mansha’s statement? Let us know in the comments.
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