Hina Altaf And Nimra Khan Debate On Mera Jism Meri Marzi

Actress Nimra Khan and Hina Altaf talked about much controversial slogan from Aurat March which is ‘Mera Jism Meri Marzi’. Both the actresses shared their opinion on this slogan.

Hina Altaf And Nimra Khan Debate On Mera Jism Meri Marzi

Nimra Khan clarified the meaning of the slogan and said, “I think people have misunderstood this slogan. It is for girls who are being raped at such a young age and we don’t have a platform where they can raise voice to get justice. This slogan simply means that women must have the authority to make their own decisions.”

Hina Altaf And Nimra Khan Debate On Mera Jism Meri Marzi

“I don’t know why it got so much hype and I have no point of view on this,” she added.

Hina Altaf And Nimra Khan Debate On Mera Jism Meri Marzi

Hina Khan jumped in the conversation and said, “Mera jism meri marzi means if I don’t want to talk to any person I will not. If I am not saying yes for any work it’s my own choice, nobody can force it.”

Hina Altaf And Nimra Khan Debate On Mera Jism Meri Marzi

She further added and said, “I think its a long debate and it will go on.”

Hina Altaf And Nimra Khan Debate On Mera Jism Meri Marzi

Nimra Khan added another point in the debate and said, “I think its fight for equality and women have the option to go out or not to earn money but it is compulsory for men to earn. So, they are struggling and they have their journey.”

Hina Altaf And Nimra Khan Debate On Mera Jism Meri Marzi

Watch Hina Altaf and Nimra Khan’s debate:

میرا جسم میری مرضی نمرہ خان اور حنا الطاف نے لی کس کی سائیڈ ؟

میرا جسم میری مرضی نمرہ خان اور حنا الطاف نے لی کس کی سائیڈ ؟دیکھیئے بول نائٹس ود احسن خان کی مکمل قسط:https://www.bolentertainment.com/episodes/hina-altaf-nimra-khan-in-bol-nights/#BOLEntertainment #BOLNights #BOLNightWithAhsanKhan #AhsanKhan #HinaAltaf #NimraKhan

Gepostet von BOL am Sonntag, 12. April 2020

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  • humara too bus aik sawal hay … agar aysa slogan bana lytay too zada behtar hota “Mera Kaam/amaal meri murzi” too shayeed “AZAAD” khawateen ko itni is jumla ki tashreeh nahin kurni purti… slogan na hoa Iqbal ka shair ho gaya k tashreeh k bagyr samjh hi nahin araha oor bichari AZAAD khawateen lagi hoye hein.. Waysay ajj kul too Allah swt nay aik chotay si makhlooq say sari dunya ko naqaab pehnwa dye hein… abb to yeah slogan zada acha lug raha hay “kis ka jism kis ki marzi” ;-)

  • میں حیران ہوں یہ گشتیاں ،رنڈیاں جو اس پیشہ میں آنے سے پہلے اپنے جسم کی نمائش کر کے اسکو استعمال کرکے اس بدنما مقام پر پہنچتی ہیں اور فخر سے اپنے جسم کی جنسی دعوت نظارہ دے کر اپنے جسم و روح کی تسکین محسوس کرنے میں فخریہ انداز اپناتی ہیں بیشک یہ اس نعرے کے علاوہ منصور ،ودیگر اینکرز کی مائیں بہنیں ،بیٹیاں کپڑے اتار کر سڑکوں پر نکلیں ناچیں کودیں جشن منائیں ان ٹی ۔وی۔فلم والوں اور سکسی جسموں پر گندی اور ہوسناک نظریں ڈالنے والوں اور انکے جسم ان کی مرضی سے استعمال کریں اپنی عزتوں کا جنازہ نکالیں اپنی سیکسی موویز اپ لوڈ کرکے دنیا میں پھیلا ئیں اور پیسہ کمائیں لیکن اپنے “سلوگنز” کے بارے میں اگر مگر نہ کریں

  • If a slogan is so controversial that it is posing difficulties in the way to success of their agendas then why do its supporters insist to retain it? Logically, if a thing is doing more harm than good they should quit it! An illiterate poor person will watch women holding such placards thinking high education will make his daughter vulgar just like these aunties and will deny her the right to education. And these aunties won’t do a thing for her. They are there just to raise voice. Most of them even have underage female house workers at their houses workibg at low wages.

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