Anyone who is under the limelight be it singers, politicians, actors and what not has admirers and haters; they get the full experience. With social media, people can reach out to their targets and say whatever they want and we often forget that these people with a mega following on these social platforms are actual people with actual feelings.
There have been several cases recently, where Pakistani celebrities faced all sorts of negativity – Mehwish Hayat was one. Although they are expected to be used to it and not be bothered as I said, they are humans and sometimes it gets enough. Anyone on the receiving end has to put their foot down at some point.
Iqra Aziz who just like any other celebrity, female at that, faces all sorts of haters. She posted an insta story and took a nice spin at schooling them. What’s the best way then take a nice comment, praise it and make a good example out if it with an added positive wisdom.
If you don’t know already about her projects, she is currently acting in a famous drama called Ranjha Ranjha Kardi and is about to give us Suno Chanda Season 2– Which a lot of people are excited about. If you are a fan or not, you might also know that she like every other person these days, faces depression and mentioned how Yasir Hussain helps her throughout it all. So what went down?
So someone asked her about the filter she might have used and Iqra Aziz pointed out how there are people who are so busy criticizing and bashing her and then there are innocent people like her who just want to know which filter she used.
She continued on telling how becoming positive should be taught in schools so that they won’t turn into bitter haters later in their lives. That’s hilarious and witty of her. Hey! There’s a nice message at the end.
An Indian publication posted this saying she knows how to deal with her haters and the comment section is hilarious or confused. You decide.
This user just asked Iqra to get a life and it’s funny because she was praising her innocence.
She went all out. Positivity, remember? According to her, Iqra Aziz bullied the girl asking about the app and she should consider her actions and words being a celebrity.
Being a celebrity doesn’t automatically gives one a thick skin, that you would stop considering them people. They too face mental illnesses and have there fair share of trials and hard times. We need to stop ridiculing them, throwing harsh criticism around, behind our keyboards and smartphones. Think for once, if you were in there position and had to go through such hate from total strangers that do not know you on a personal level, how’d you feel? Trust me, it will get to you.