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Dananeer Mobeen claims she is losing work for supporting Palestine cause

By News Desk

November 27, 2023 11:21 AM


Pakistani actress Dananeer Mobeen.

Pakistani content creator and actress Dananeer Mobeen took to her Instagram handle and posted a story in which she stated that she is losing work because of speaking in favor of Palestine but has no regrets.

The ‘Pawry girl’ story reads:

“The amount of work I’ve lost because of standing with Falasteen and have zero regrets.”

 
 
 
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It is pertinent to mention here that Western artists, such as Susan Sarandon and Bella Hadid, are experiencing repercussions for their support for Palestine, while those in Pakistani entertainment, who benefit from the country's pro-Palestine position, have not faced comparable censure.

However, this statement became a trouble for Dananeer as celebrities and netizens started trolling her for being an ‘attention seeker’ and called her ‘Dananeer Hadid’ as she is trying to copy supermodels Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid.

People disagreed with her remark, claiming that she is a Pakistani actress and that no Pakistani actress will be refused to work for supporting Palestine.

Renowned Pakistani actress Mathira commented:
“The whole Pakistan supports Falastin, I wonder which Hollywood film said NO to her after her statement… LOL

The famous influencer Ken Doll also penned:

“Yeah seems lot collab with LV, Dior or Dolce & Gabana, Nars!!”

The ‘Muhabbat Gumshuda Meri’ star later posted a video of herself in tears of pain and expressing her grief and sorrow for Palestinians.

The lady penned in the story:

“Every day I wake up and think it’ll get easier. But how does looking at torn-apart bodies of children become easier?” “Fathers holding their dead children in their arms? How does it get easier?”

Further, the ‘Sinf e Aahan” actress went on to urge people to continue to express their support for Palestine.

“It doesn’t. And it shouldn’t. And this feeling should be our sole motivation to keep talking about it.”

Dananeer became famous as "Pawri girl" after posting a five-second video on social media, which went viral

Many versions of her monologue, in which she mistakes the English word ‘party’ for ‘pawri’ to make fun.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjgg2pMKilE&t=1s

recently fans praised and loved her acting in ‘Muhabbat Gumshuda Meri’.

 
 
 
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