Urwa Hocane slams Reham Khan for ‘derogatory’ remarks against celebritie

In response, Urwa took to her Instagram Stories to address Reham’s statements. While she initially agreed with the notion of investing in local communities, Urwa expressed her dismay at the perceivably derogatory remarks made against celebrities. She stated, “I could have agreed with your statement about investing in ‘local communities’ until your derogatory remarks about ‘celebrities’. Just to expand your knowledge, most of us are self-made and started from scratch, just like myself, and we are still working very hard to get us the deserved recognition as an art industry that is representing our country, peacefully and earning all of us immense respect and love around the globe.”

Challenging Reham’s perceived prejudice against celebrities, Urwa pointed out that the former herself began her career as a child actor on Pakistan Television (PTV), indicating that she too was once associated with the entertainment world. “Your prejudice against celebrities doesn’t add up. Weren’t you kind of one as well? I recall you started as a child actor on PTV and I definitely don’t think that makes you a ‘pin-up boy’ and also doesn’t take away your ‘entitlement’ that you are any less of a Pakistani citizen to have an opinion on Pakistani politics. I surely could give other reasons why you definitely aren’t ‘statesman material’ but this would be mere weak finger-pointing.”

The actor went on to pen, “I do not appreciate you trying to point hate and judgment towards a growing small group of talented/ hardworking individuals to which I proudly belong. I would suggest you work on making a point without trying to put a group of respected, celebrated, and prominent individuals under the bus. P.S.: feel free to apologise, as us ‘celebrities,’ other than being self-made/hardworking, happen to be very forgiving, kindhearted, and peaceful as well.”

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