Nausheen Shah is one of the actors of Pakistan who are being gone through the tragic trauma episodes of depression over time. The Dugdagi actress spent the last few years deep in the trenches battling her anxiety and depression. Nausheen Shah’s Online Feud with Designer Umar Sayeed on Posting Frustrated Post.
Recently, she shared her one frustrated post, needless to say, the diction was inapt to enrage the audience. She made a statement of how family and society are freaking out over unmarried women, though they are happily single. The statement was quite OK, but what has infuriated the masses necessitates you to read and decide. Among haters to call out her harshly, there is a famous designer Umar Sayeed, who was brutally trolled by the actress for making a nasty statement.
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Single women in Pakistan often get a lot of aggravation from family and stranger’s gnomes for their single status and poking their noses where they shouldn’t. But when actor Nausheen Shah posted about not standing for it anymore, people became sensitive to her choice of words than what she was saying.
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In a recent outburst on social media, the Dugdugi actor posted about how it was only in Pakistan where women were constantly stressed out and strong armed to find a companion to become an honorable married woman.
Read of her post is.
“This happens only in this f****** country if you are not married your mother will remind you every day. Shaadi kerlo shaadi kerlo. Nahi kerne shaadi bhai maaf kerdo, jaan chordo [Get married, get married. I don’t want to get married, leave me alone]”
But her use of an invective word in her post fumed people, who began telling her to “leave the country”.
An actor named Aadi Adeal Amjad took her post very personally and told her to leave the country.
Nausheen Shah’s Online Feud with Designer Umar Sayeed on Posting Frustrated Post
Designer Umar Sayeed, who could (and should) have stayed silent and soft if he didn’t have anything fecund to contribute to the conversation, passed a sarcastic and deliberately personal remark about the actor. He said in a completely unnecessary and uncouth thing to say.
“Yeah when you’re unable to get married despite all the efforts, this is what you end up saying to save your reputation,”
Shah’s novel point seems to have been lost amid all the criticism she has been receiving. She was talking about how unmarried in Pakistan, your mother (and everyone else) will constantly push you to get married.
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Well…what would you contribute to the discussion that was holding a debatable point, a genuine point either. But the phrasal slipup has distracted the audience.