Hum TV drama Badshah Begum is currently causing a stir on social media. Momina Duraid and Rafay Rashdi produced the show. The cast features Yasir Hussain, Farhan Saeed, Abbas, Ali Rehman, Komal Meer, and Shahzad Nawaz are in a superb line-up of actors. Saji Gul wrote the script, while Khizer Idrees, who directed Laapata, is the director. As Zara Noor Abbas portrays Jahan Ara, the protagonist of the Badshah Begum television series, the tale focuses on her.
Badshah Begum Viral Scene of Milk Bath is getting hard Criticism
An over-the-top representation of an aristocratic and powerful Peer’s family is the focus of Badshah Begum. Previously, the scenario in which the daughters of the devout and important Peer’s (religious cleric) family went to a bar with their classmates and danced and drank was the subject of much criticism. A new viral milk bath image has sparked outrage.
In a contentious scene from the show, Zara Noor Abbas and Komal Meer were dragged to the pool and given a milk bath as the pool was filled with milk. Here’s a quick glance at the setting.
As soon as the contentious and fictional event was seen, netizens began slamming the creators of the Pakistani drama for depicting Hindu culture in Pakistani films and shows. Many people called “Rizq” a disgrace to milk, and fans were outraged to witness the “Milk Bath” performed publicly. I
ndian plays are known for their depiction of Hinduism, and the public believes this to be the case with the producers of the new program. This is often described as being a “third-class play” with poor writing. Fans have compared the show to Indian television channels COLORS and StarPlus, which are popular in India.
The general consensus was that Pakistani dramatists are increasingly embracing Hinduism in an effort to boost their ratings. All of the attendees voiced their disapproval of the scenario. Many admirers were outraged by the inclusion of this absurdity in the play, and many expressed their gratitude that they hadn’t even started it. The public also questioned the region in these shows, since according to them, such things never happen in Pakistan, or at least they haven’t seen it before.
Here are the comments.