Over the weekend, Ali Zafar and Meesha Shafi’s harassment controversy engulfed social media all over again.
It all started when the multi-talented Pakistani artist, Ali Zafar took to Twitter to reveal major details about the court’s progress on the harassment case.
Then Meesha’s legal team m issued a statement to share their side of the story with the world. However, our local celebrities remain divided responding to the situation and allegation claims which made the whole situation more intense.
Here are the celebrities who spoke up in favor of Meesha Shafi
The veteran actress took to her Instagram and wrote:
Canada ki shariat hasil karna chahti hai😂😂😂😂😂seriously 😂😂😂😂Most successful female singer of Pakistan,married in one of the most educated respectable and successful family ,daughter of our legend Saba Hamid whose character and honour is examplery,grand daughter of late Hamid Akhtar Sahib,needed to go through allllllll this for citizenship of a country jo haath jor kar aisey logon ko apni citizenship daitey hain
The ace Pakistani model Eman Suleman withdrew her nomination from Lux Style Awards to express solidarity with survivors of sexual harassment.
The famous Pakistani director Jami decided to protest in a unique way as he put his previous Lux Style Award trophy outside his residence.
— jami (@jamiazaad) April 24, 2019
Armeena Rana Khan
👇🏼 good morning. pic.twitter.com/qXdb0Cshln
— Armeena Khan (@ArmeenaRK) April 30, 2019
Here are the celebrities who supported Ali Zafar
The controversial queen Meera termed Meesha Shafi’s harassment allegations a ‘cheap publicity stunt’.
The reality show host recorded a video and bashed Meesha Shafi.
Moreover, Ali Zafar’s wife, Ayesha Fazli, also jumped in to support him, calling Meesha’s allegations “criminal cruelty”.
She expressed her strong feelings in a tweet while also threatening Meesha for having dragged her husband through the dirt for a year.
What me, my husband @AliZafarsays and my family have gone through at the hands of such criminal cruelty can never be explained in words. The cyber bullying & betrayal by friend(s) has been a big eye opener. Even if Ali lets it go, I will see through it. #FaceTheCourtMeeshaShafi https://t.co/GQ9DtKnwI3
— Ayesha (@AyeshaFazli) April 28, 2019
Similarly, the public also seems to have mixed opinions regarding the case.
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