Life is not stagnant it is all the time a moving process like the famous hur arooj ko zavaal ha. But it is observed people used to be frightened of fading youth and its transitioning to the last phase of life. Getting older is not a shame but a pride to reach the prime of life. Ayesha Omar and other star Pakistani women eloquently communicated that message, when a group of happy souls posted on social media. ‘Shaitan Buddhiyan’ is an Extremely Rude Comment that Triggered Social Media.
Why keyboard warriors are usually apprehensive?
People on the internet are often susceptible to making discourteous comments about vulnerable others because they feel entitled to do so. Social media accounts, who troll, make deliberately foul and aberrant comments to get a response from the public figure. However, these people in the entertainment industry are opting for a sound hush instead to clap back.
On Friday, Iffat Omar took to Instagram to share a picture with her girlfriends from the night of celebrating the renowned director Angeline Malik’s birthday. Iffat invited Bushra Ansari, Samina Ahmad, Angeline Malik, Arjumand Rahim, Saba Hameed, and Ayesha.
Take a look at it!
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‘Shaitan Buddhiyan’ is an Extremely Rude Comment that Triggered Social Media
Everybody looks super contented and elegant in the picture. But obviously, a keyboard warrior could not hold back to do something lewd making some attention-seeking comment and called them,”Shaitan buddyan.”
Having none of it, Iffat hit back at the troll. The Mohabbat Aag Si actor replied,
“Obviously someone with no id and followers can’t utter shit like this.”
Later, Ayesha also shared her two cents on the troll’s ageist comment. While there are many comebacks the Bulbulay actor used the weapon so tightly and in a classy manner and give a slap. She wrote,
‘But most humans will get budha in their lives’. But most humans will get ‘budha’ [old] in their lives. If Allah wills and they reach that age. It’s a natural process. In fact, it’s a blessing to be alive and healthy in the latter part of your life.”
“Why do people use ‘age’ as an insult or in a derogatory way?” she asked. “Aren’t your parents old, Mr. Troll? Or your grandparents? Do you insult them for their age too?…”
Her response obviously reverberated with her fans, too.
Nausheen Shah & Mathira also give their two cents
“We should be thankful for being alive and aging gracefully rather than being negative,” Shah wrote.
Another actor Sheheryar Munawar gave an apt response to a troll who told him to,
“Pray before he is preyed upon”. But that was not the only time. You will also love how he schooled a troll who called him ‘Ghareebon k Bradley Cooper’.
We hope that people would even try to GROW UP….