Pakistani actress Mahira Khan Speaks Out After Object Thrown at Her During Event: ‘Unacceptable’

Mahira Khan’s Stand Against Misbehavior: Incident at Pakistan Literature Festival”

Pakistani actress Mahira Khan faced an unpleasant situation when an audience member threw an object onto the stage during her appearance at the Pakistan Literature Festival in Quetta

The actress, known for her strong presence and performances, did not take the act lightly and promptly addressed the misconduct from the stage. She expressed her shock and disapproval, emphasizing that such behavior sets a dangerous precedent and is unacceptable, regardless of whether the object thrown was a flower wrapped in a paper plane.

Mahira Khan took to social media to further condemn the act, sharing a video of the event and a detailed note expressing her concerns. She highlighted the importance of maintaining respect and decorum during public events and urged that no one should feel it is permissible to throw objects at performers.

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Mahira wrote, “What happened in the program was not okay. No one should think that it is okay to throw something on the stage, even if it is a flower wrapped in a paper plane. This sets a wrong precedent. This is not acceptable.” “Sometimes I get scared, not only for myself but also for others who may get caught in a crowd situation.”

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Focus on love

Mahira further wrote, “When we were coming back, someone said ‘After this we will not hold any program here’. I completely disagreed. This is not the solution. There was a crowd of 10,000 or more here… which was our Showing love and excitement the way they know best. I could see that they didn’t know how to express their excitement, that’s out of 10,000. The Humsafar actress further said, “Maybe I should have got up and left, maybe the crowd could have been checked, maybe I should not have been kept at the spot… a lot could have happened and should have happened.”

Despite the incident, Khan focused on the positive aspects, acknowledging the love and excitement of the 10,000-strong crowd, and advocated for continued cultural programs in the region, suggesting that avoiding such events is not a solution to isolated acts of misbehavior. The actress’s stance on the issue has been met with support from fans and fellow artists.

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