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Abrar-ul-Haq, Mishi Khan continue wit their online spat

Taking to her Instagram handle, Mishi Khan uploaded a second video with a caption, “If you are such a philanthropist and humanitarian, why go into the details of a project offered to you 12 years back?” questioned Mishi. “Why mention it when it’s stale and not relevant anymore?” 

Actress Mishi Khan and singer Abrar-ul-Haq continue with their spat on social media. Khan again hit back at the singer when the latter responded to her criticism.

Taking to her Instagram handle, Mishi Khan uploaded a second video with a caption, “If you are such a philanthropist and humanitarian, why go into the details of a project offered to you 12 years back?” questioned Mishi. “Why mention it when it’s stale and not relevant anymore?”

She lambasted Abrar-ul-Haq for forgetting her name. Mishi Khan reminded him of their previous interactions. Defending her statements, she said: . “Yes, I laughed at you, and I own that,” she said. “But have you forgotten when I encouraged you back when you were a teacher? No one knew you back then! You once appeared on my channel as well!”

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Venting out in her caption, Mishi added, “Stick to the point and don’t pretend you don’t know me. Whoever gave you the script has done a lousy job. Yes, I mocked it because I found it funny. Being in the same industry does not mean that I have to say yes or agree to everything. I was never a khushamdee.” Rounding off her post, Mishi added, “For me, it [Bollywood offer] was the latest news as I am not your crazy fan to keep a record of your offers. Hope you will remember my name. It’s not Mushy, it’s Mishi.”

In one of the recent interviews, Abrar-ul-Haq mentioned that he had denied the Bollywood offer of working alongside Katrina Kaif as it did not match with his ethical values. Uploading his video, the singer questioned the moral values of people who consider the Bollywood offer as a matter of pride. He said that people should regard him for his services and philanthropy.