Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy Knocked Down Sonya Hussyn for Comments about Mahira Khan

 Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy Knocked Down Sonya Hussyn for Comments about Mahira Khan

Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy is famously known for her subjugating views that stand her out of the crowd. An old interview uploaded earlier was picked by the Oscar Winner in which Hussyn called Khan’s character in her movie Raees a “sidekick”. Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy Knocked Down Sonya Hussyn for Comments about Mahira Khan.

Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy doesn’t think actor Sonya Hussyn will ever be reached to the queen Mahira Khan, according to Chinoy if you cannot be over the hill do not crush your stars and co-actors to get into the limelight.

Chinoy, the Oscar-winning director, commented on an Instagram post by Grazia Pakistan

In the post, the magazine had recirculated comments Hussyn made in a 2018 interview. She appeared on the After Moon Show hosted by Yasir Hussain on August 12, 2018.

 

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According to the media leaks,

“Asim Azhar and Hussyn were the guests on the episode and in one segment, they were asked to answer a series of questions by hurriedly picking from the options presented to them. One of the questions Hussyn was asked was if she were Mahira Khan, which film would she not do: Verna, Raees or Ho Mann Jahaan.”

Hussyn chose Raees.

“Why, because you don’t want to work with Shah Rukh Khan?’

“No, never,” replied Hussyn. “It was never my dream to work with Shah Rukh Khan. I dream that your character should be such that you are seen and you’re not just a side character to a hero,” she explained.

Chinoy didn’t like the way Sonia handles the tricky question

“Don’t think you’ll ever be Mahirah Khan so you won’t ever get to say no – don’t diss other women in the industry, [it] reflects poorly on you and your upbringing,” she wrote.

Undoubtedly Chinoy has a point about pulling other women down, we wish our celebrities could use little brains while answering fiddly questions asked on shows. They’re often taken out of context and used to pit celebrities — most often women — against each other.

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