Zarnish Khan is a brilliant and talented Pakistani television actress who is admired by millions of followers and fans. Zarnish Khan has acted in numerous popular Pakistani drama serials which include Sun Yara, Jo Tu Chahay and Ishq Zahe Naseeb. Zarnish is a travel lover and she loves to post different pictures for fans on her social media accounts. Lately, Zarnish Khan has chosen to stay away from the showbiz industry. She has also started taking the Hijab. Fans are loving this positive change in Zarnish Khan. Zarnish Khan is quite a vocal Pakistani celebrity. She often expresses her views on different issues and opinions.
Today, Zarnish Khan shared a clip of Juggun Kazim on her official Instagram with a disagreement on her statement regarding on-screen romance, in the video clip, Juggun Kazim said, “If I will be in Pemra, I will allow to show the romance between husband and wife on screen”
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Zarnish Khan strongly disagreed with Juggun Kazim’s opinion of showing romance on television. She criticized Juggun Kazim and said that religion should not be mixed with baseless opinions. She wrote,”I intend no hatred, only genuine concern. Please refrain from bringing religion into your comments just to convince people that what you’re saying makes sense, especially by using the term ‘sharai taluqaat.’ When addressing our nation or speaking on a public platform, it is our social responsibility to think before we speak. This is not a casual conversation one might have in a drawing room. While, I don’t agree with the entire argument, the true problem lies in expressing it publicly and exacerbating the situation by incorporating religious terms. Religion should not be mixed with baseless opinions. Not to sound rude or condescending, but logically speaking, just because your job involves acting, does that mean anything should be allowed? Pornography is a form of acting too, which is why this statement is concerning, Cause, feelings Tu nai hein, real tu nai hai” see what she posted:
Fans are agreeing with Zarnish Khan. They are loving the way she has matured after becoming a practicing Muslimah. They are praising her clear stance about Pardah and Hadood. They are also liking the way she captioned her post: