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Mahira’s Point of View on Harassment Angered Sana Bucha
Sana Bucha calls Mahira’s Attitude towards Harassment as Non-Serious
Harassment, either at home, office or outdoors is not bearable in any form. Many women get harassed but cannot say anything about it because they feel that they would be left alone in this situation and no one will defend them and take their side.
Harassment at work is very common in today’s world and even independent working women cannot say anything about it or protest against it. Hollywood is also going through a trend of showing how much any person or even a celebrity has gone through sexual harassment at work. And man a lot of celebrities has faced it.
Recently, Mahira Khan gave an interview to BBC and was asked several questions on harassment which is the major topic of her upcoming movie Verna. Mahira answered the questions in Avery comfortable and confident style.
She was asked about harassment in her personal life and work. She replied that she had never gone through such a situation in her life and had never witnessed harassment at work. The interviewer asked
Mahira Khan answered,
she entered the industry after motherhood and such a behavior does not depend on your conduct as no one has the right to take advantage of someone due to the person’s representation of themselves.
Here is Mahira’s full interview to the channel BBC News
But such an interview intrigued Sana Bucha who without taking the Khan’s name considered her behavior towards harassment as non-serious.
Up to some extent, I agree with Sana Bucha. I do not deny the fact the everyone in the society is a victim of harassment but it may be the truth that someones are lucky that they had not faced harassment at all. Mahira could be one of them. But as Mahira said in her interview that she had to research for her character in Verna to give the best performance, how did she not come across any harassment case at work in Pakistan. That’s really astonishing.
I think Bucha should be more elaborated in her tweet to validify her point.
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