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Hungama on spot! Khalil in trouble for defending Adnan Siddiqui

By News Desk

April 17, 2024 03:59 PM


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Critical media person and drama writer Khalil ur Rehman Qamar has found himself in the center of controversy for his latest ‘unprecedented’ action of defending popular Pakistani actor Adnan Siddiqui’s weird and insulting comment comparing women to ‘flies.’

In case the readers are not aware, a few ago Adnan Siddiqui has made an appearance in a live TV show hosted by famous host Nida Yasir, during which he offered a questionable statement with submitting a protective apology first, which has managed to provoke huge criticism, He said, “A fly and a woman are kind of the same examples."

However, in the latest turns of events, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar has engaged in a candid session with a female host during which he has been inquired regarding his stance on Adnan Siddiqui’s disputed statement.

In response to the query or even before putting forward his ‘heavy’ words, Khalil rapidly took Adnan Sidiqui on a live call and asked for the clarification but with supportive manners, which has effortlessly invited fans irk.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lM8_ZVfeybM&t=32s

Let us first provide you with the exact conversation held between Adnan and Khalil during a phone call in the show:

Host: What would you say on Adnan Siddiqui comparison of women with flies?

Khalil: He maybe misoncepted with words. Let me investigate him. He is a decent man, I know him. He’s a friend. He respects women like anything. What happens is that sometimes, when you’re searching for the right words, you inadvertently end up saying something you don’t mean.

Khalil after dialing a phone call: Adnan I have been asked about your fly statement. Can you emphasize it?

 
 
 
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Adnan: Let me tell you what happened. “I was on Nida’s show, and a fly kept coming on my hand. I wasn’t comparing women to flies. I just used the fly as an example to show that when you chase women, they run from you. Actually, the humour has vanished in our country. You can’t call someone black, deaf, or fat anymore without being criticized for it. Being a Pathan myself, I can’t even play the role of a Pathan without people questioning if I am making fun of all Pathans.”

“Agreed, agreed," concurred KRQ.

Khalil, while supporting Adnan’s words said: “A joke is meant to catalyse laughter, nothing else.”

The feedback is here on Khalil’s comments:

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