We all love to judge; especially in this society, judging others gives many a sense of superiority when in reality they sit behind their screen, shadowed by rather bleak and desolate life they might lead as they morph into the manifestation of cyber-bullies. While bullying our celebrities is far from new, there is a resolute determination to continue to belittle anyone at any chance they get.
Marriage is severely scrutinized here by many, from the materialistic end of the clothes the dulhan or dulha choose to wear, to the manner in which they choose to celebrate – and even WHO they decide they want to spend the rest of their lives with.
If you love someone, you love them. Period. Celebrities like Zaid Ali and Armeena Khan’s spouses were harshly insulted in the most intrepid manner when they tied the knot with their respective partners – mostly because of their skin color and the way they looked. Yumna opened up about how she was insulted about her skin color when she came to Pakistan.
Armeena defended her husband who said she was sick by how unpleasant and abject it was to insult her fiancé’s skin color in a much-needed tirade at one point when the insults were absolutely sickening.
Demeaning, humiliating comments regarding celebrities’ spouses’ skin color and appearance is not cramped to just shaadi
remember Nadia Khan’s children who were subjected to unflinching insults because of their skin color?
And now, shameful comments are being made about Sheheryar’s fiancée
Comments are being passed that she isn’t good looking enough for him, and it honestly makes me want to throw up. It’s despicable, the way so many of us choose to insult at such an unswerving manner.
Mathira (who we adore) stepped into the comments section, blessing the couple and told trolls to “mind your tongue regarding his pretty lady.”
YOU GO GIRL!
She had to after comments like these started popping up underneath the pictures of the newly engaged couple.
Others also agreed with Mathira and were appalled by the incredibly disgusting comments.
Beauty is ambiguous. Beauty isn’t about looks. It’s about your heart – beauty lies within how good of a human you are and how confident you are with yourself. Period. And kudos to Mathira for standing up for fellow Pakistani girls. Celebrate your color.
Yumnah, Zaid Ali T’s Wife, Just Opened Up About The Taunts She Received In Pakistan About Her Skin Color