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Nimra Khan breaks silence on 'drunk driving' allegations

By News Desk

November 29, 2023 11:11 AM


Pakistani actress Nimra Khan

Beautiful Pakistani actress Nimra Khan has appeared on FHM podcast where she finally opened up about the "drunk driving" allegations that had been circulating on social media.

The lady faced a tragic accident that almost killed her. She was in a coma for 19 days after the tragedy, and she still has metal rods in her leg as a result of it and called herself as ‘Iron Woman’.

The ‘Uraan’ actress was a fighter, though, and she recovered, although there were speculations and headlines at the time that she was supposedly drunk driving when she was in the accident.

During the span of the interview, the host Adnan Faisal asked her to clarify the incident and the allegation against her.

The lady said that she was not drunk as she is a Tahajjud guzar (a person who offers prayers after midnight) and she has never taken any alcohol in her life and shared that she was actually tested for intoxication after her accident and her reports were clear.

At that time the actress was driving at the speed of 180, she just got fainted and the accelerator continued to be pressed by her body’s weight. In the result her car badly got bumped in to army’s jeep.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lseMsmTi34&t=2207s

Steering was wedged in her liver and her liver and brain were completely damaged.

The ‘Meherbaan’ star further denied that her accident was caused by depression, claiming that she was not in a state of mental turmoil at the time. Instead, she revealed the genuine cause of the accident that it was a brief break in concentration while driving, swept up in the embrace of a song.

 Nimra Khan Clarifies Drunk Driving Rumours

Nimra Khan has gone through a lot in her life. The actress also shared the experience of her marriage full of violence and divorce.

Nimra Khan Openly Shares Experience Of Bad Marriage And Divorce

While sharing her point of view on this topic, she stated that parents have a greater role if something like this happens in their daughters’ lives.

They need to stand behind them and her parents standing behind her is what got her out of a bad relationship.

The lady still has the fear that if she gets marry again and it turns out to be a disaster, then what?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lseMsmTi34&t=196s

 She also talked about domestic violence and said that she will never take it again and she raises her voice for other oppressed women.

 
 
 
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