Khalil-Ur-Rehman Explains Concept Of Mere Paas Tum Ho

Khalil-Ur-Rehman Explains Concept Of Mere Paas Tum Ho
Khalil-Ur-Rehman Explains Concept Of Mere Paas Tum Ho
The star-studded drama serial Mere Paas Tum Ho has been the talk of the town. The writer Khalil-ur-Rehman in an interview explained the concept behind the story of Mere Paas Tum Ho.

Khalil-Ur-Rehman Explains Concept Of Mere Paas Tum HoHe talked about how he got to know about feminism a few years ago and he realized it was cancer for the society and he needs to do something to show that men are innocent creatures.

“Around eight years ago I got to know there is something like feminism and I knew its dangerous. There are 35-36 women who are trying to capture women through their ulterior motives,” Qamar said.

Khalil-Ur-Rehman Explains Concept Of Mere Paas Tum Ho

He further added, “We have our own religious and social norms and by reading a few books you (feminists) are challenging religious and social norms. Nobody will allow them to do this.”

He criticized the famous slogan Mera Jism Meri Marzi and said, “What is this? If you believe in this then go back to ancient times where women who believed in this were used to capture in bazaar-e-husn. You are ruining our society by abusing men.”

Khalil-Ur-Rehman Explains Concept Of Mere Paas Tum Ho

He explained how men respect women. “In every drama, every man is shown beating woman, man is being abused, are they crazy?  Since the day man is born, he cares for a woman. He advocated how men suffer in his whole life, respect his mothers, sisters, wife, and daughter.”

ہاتھ چوم لیں تیرے خلیل الرحمان قمر ۔پرخچے اڑا دئیے میرا جسم میری مرضی والوں کے۔سلام سر‍♂️‍♂️

Gepostet von Nooran Shah am Mittwoch, 22. Januar 2020

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar has serious issues with women and seems like he will not stop showing women in evil roles in the future as well. What do you think about his statement? Share with us in the comments section below.

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