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Ken Doll's powerful response to Khalil Ur Rehman’s abusive remark

By News Desk

April 18, 2024 11:34 AM


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Ken Doll aka Adnan Zafar, has responded to Khalil-Ur-Rehman Qamar's disrespectful comment by emphasizing that what an individual perceives in others frequently mirrors their own self.

Adnan Siddiqui’s ‘Makhi’ controversy has resurfaced as it became a topic of conversation among various well-known Pakistani stars, and social media influencer Ken Doll also expressed disapproval of it.

Here is the video of Ken raising voice for women:

 
 
 
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Recently, Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar called Ken Doll “Beghairat” in a show after Adnan Siddiqui discussed Ken’s statement with KRQ.

Talking about it further, the writer said:

“well, such people are shameless (Beghairat ). Leave them to me; I will see them.”

 
 
 
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In response to the writer's derogatory comment, Ken couldn't resist and retaliated against Khalil by posting a video on his Instagram handle in which he advised Khalil to mind his own business and learn to keep his mouth shut if he couldn’t say something good.

Here are the exact words Ken used about the ongoing debate:

“Well, I am living a lavish life abroad as an influencer, I am usually asked one question about Pakistan: why people are judged there on the basis of characters? Why do people do character assassination after getting famous? I often say to them, “there is no solution to it" Here,  women are called houseflies and if you raise voice against such people, you are called “Beghairat”.

Actors who got work Internationally are also called out in this country. This is how we tarnish our image; at least, I am an influencer who has his own recognition. I am known by my own personality, not for acting; I do party; I meet with people. I am picturing a softer image of Pakistan internationally.”

 
 
 
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Ken further quoted an example of Mian Muhammad Bakhsh writing for Khalil:

"Sheesh mehal vich kutaa veryaaa .. us nu hr pasay kuttaa nazar away."

The influencer wrapped it up by stating that what one observes in others is often a reflection of their own character, which is why he perceives everything positively.

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