Pakistanis Are Slamming Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar After He Gave Gaali To A Woman On Live TV

By Anoosha Rehan | 4 Mar, 2020

Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar gave gaali and finally Pakistan is waking up to his misogyny

Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar is not a new name when it comes to humiliating women and being a shameless prick about it. Despite being a successful writer, he holds no respect and basic decency when it comes to talking to women. Recently, on a live TV show, Khalil Ur Rehman lost his cool for no apparent reason and started misbehaving with Pakistani journalist, Marvi Sirmed.


Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar literally gave gaali on live TV last night while he appeard on a talk show to share why he hates women

The writer was on a talk show to discuss the aftermath of the decision of the Lahore High Court to throw away the petition trying to block Aurat March 2020. He was sharing why he thinks slogans like “mera jism meri marzi” trigger his fragile masculinity.

While speaking up he addressed Marvi Sirmed, a fellow panelist and journalist, saying that when women like her raise those slogans his heart breaks. At this point, from what it appears, Marvi tried to taunt him by saying the words “mera jism meri marzi” and lo and behold, that unleashed the disgusting vitriol from the misogynistic writer.

He called Marvidisgraceful things such as “tere jism mein hai kya?”, “uloo ki pathi” and the good old “bitch“.

All this while, the talk show host kept trying to shut Marvi up and not the abuse that was coming out of Khalil’s mouth. Wonder where PEMRA really is when incidents of actual violence against women are needed to be controlled.


Naturally, Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar giving a gaali has gotten a lot of Pakistanis naturally very angry

For many, feminism may or may not be a thing to support on a personal level but abuse is a line that one never crosses. For a man who claims to be the biggest feminist in the world and fancies himself an intellectual, to go and abuse a woman in such disgusting manner on live TV is appalling, to the say the least.


Finally celebrities found the courage to condemn Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar after his gaali when their silence had been deafening about his behavior in the recent past


A petition to boycott the writer has also begun circulating

Perhaps, banning him could be the only compensation left to all the disgusting behavior he has helped normalize, especially against women.


People also called out TV channels who invite Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar so he can spew gaali and perpetuate his dangerous views for the sake of their ratings


After this sickening behavior, people are beginning to question the writer’s sanity


The anchor of the show who did not stop Khalil Ur Rehman from his gaali, is also being questioned for allowing such abuse to go unmuted on live TV


Many are calling actors and channels who are continuing to collaborate with Khalil Ur Rehman despite his dangerous behavior toward women


Sadly, despite the obviously dangerous, uncivilized remarks made by the actor incels and internet trolls are continuing to laud Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar after his gaali showing exactly why he is a dangerous man to be put as an example for society


His behavior has only emboldened more women to proudly chant why they need activities like Aurat March and why they believe in important statements like mera jism meri marzi

Seeing the dangerously misogynistic views being perpetuated by Khail Ur Rehman and the support from industry insiders as well as internet trolls really reveals the depravity of our society, today. The fact that no one could give him a shut up call during the show, or even before when he proudly shared his dangerous views about women, is an evidence of the deep rooted misogyny prevailing in this society. People are finally waking up to his dangerous behavior and calling him out for abusing a woman on TV and it’s high time action is taken against such behavior.



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