- Pakistani actresses face relentless online trolling, including rude comments on their appearance, clothing, and personal lives. Mariam Ansari receives backlash for uploading pregnancy photoshoot on social media.
- Actress Marium Ansari recently endured criticism for sharing her maternity shoot photos, with some condemning her attire and labeling it as un-Islamic.
- Marium Ansari responded, defending her right to post what she chooses on her profile and challenging societal stigmas surrounding pregnancy, emphasizing that it’s a natural and beautiful aspect of life.
Pakistani actresses are often easy targets for online trolling. Rude comments and vindictive remarks are passed on them for their looks, clothing, professional and personal lives. The keyboard warriors do not let go of any opportunity to bash celebrities on social media. One such victim of social media bashing was actress Marium Ansari.
The new mother had recently put up her maternity shoot pictures on her Instagram account and while others had appreciated her and wished her well there was a string of comments bashing her and trolling her. Some rudely commented on her clothes and said they were too revealing while other commenters believed it was un-islamic to post such content online on a public platform.
Mariam Ansari is married to ace legendary cricketer Moin Khan’s son Ovais Khan and announced her pregnancy after uploading their couple shoot together. Mariam donned a sleek body hugging black dress in the pictures.
After receiving numerous comments and immense backlash, she took to Instagram stories to express her thoughts on this. A frustrated new mom was seen feeding her child and talking sending out a message to her followers where she said,
“Oh my god, the amount of hate I have received on my pregnancy pictures just shows…what do I even say? What do I say?”
She further added that it was her choice on what kind of content she should upload on her account and it was nobody’s business to say otherwise.
“It’s my profile, my choice. I’ve even had my child. It’s my choice whatever I post. If you don’t like it, you shouldn’t follow me.
Another important point raised by Mariam was why showing of a baby bump is called out in the Pakistani society.
“I don’t understand, since when is being pregnant some sort of badtameezi (rudeness) or behayai (vulgarity). You too were born just like this, so what?”
In a recent development it seems like the actress has decided to take a break from social media by deactivating her profile on Instagram as the account is unreachable at the moment.
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