Pakistani actress, Mahira Khan, clapped back at social media troll abusing Pakistan in her comments section on Twitter on Friday.
The incident happened during her ‘Question & Answer’ session on Twitter with her fans and followers. Khan in her tweet said, “Will be answering all your questions.. 230 pm! Don’t forget to write #askmahira and #baarwankhiladi. Let’s do thisssss.”
A Twitter user wrote, “Bhikhari (Beggar) Pakistani, focus on your country. Aaatanki mulk, aaatanki religion (Terrorist country, terrorist religion).” The post was later deleted. Mahira Khan also replied and said: “Betay, you’re the one focusing on me now bugger off.”
Mahira Khan’s hilarious response!
In another post, a user asked her if he can propose to her. “Mahira ji can I propose to you please once, beautiful? #askmahira,” said the user. She responded, “Propose na yaar. What’s stopping you? Just know that my answer has been pretty consistent through the years.”
Another used asked her about her telefilm ‘Aik Hai Nigar’. A fan asked her how did Pakistan’s General Nigar react to the telefilm based on her life featuring Mahira Khan in a titular role.
“How did G. Nigar react after watching Nigar? @TheMahiraKhan #AskMahira.” Asked a user. To which she replied: “Tears… watched it together. Holding hands.”
Tears… watched it together. Holding hands. 🕊 https://t.co/pEsWbLNzVw
— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) February 11, 2022
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In an answer to another question, she said she would like to marry Hollywood actor, Leonardo Di Caprio if given a chance.
On the work front, Mahira Khan was last seen in the serial, ‘Hum Kahan kay Sachay Thay’ alongside Kubra Khan and Usman Mukhtiar. She is set to release her debut directorial movie, ‘Barwaan Khiladi’. She will also be appearing opposite Fahad Mustafa in the upcoming movie, ‘Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad’.
Mahira Khan is a phenomenal and versatile Pakistani actress. She is best known for portraying the role of Khirad Ashar Hussain in Momina Duraid’s Humsafar for which she received numerous awards, including the Lux Style Award for Best Television Actress.