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Mahira Khan trolling: Zareen Khan comes down heavily on abusers, asks them to look within

Zareen said that it would be wonderful if people would just concentrate on their own lives rather than worrying about playing moral police and protector of mankind.


By   |  Updated On : September 24, 2017 08:29 PM
Zareen said that it’s time people started being less judgmental (Agency)

Zareen said that it’s time people started being less judgmental (Agency)

New Delhi :  

Even as Twitterati started to troll Pakistani actor Mahira Khan after her picture appeared online in which she is seen smoking along with Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor, Bollywood actor Zareen Khan while interacting with indianexpress.com said that it’s time people started being less judgmental and let others be. 

Zareen said that it would be wonderful if people would just concentrate on their own lives rather than worrying about playing moral police and protector of mankind.

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“Oh! She is a girl, she is wearing a short dress and she is a Muslim, she is from Pakistan… I know all these things. But I think people should understand that everybody is an individual and rather than judging other people, you should take care of yours. If you like something, watch it. If you don’t, then don’t watch it. Everybody has an opinion, everyone behaves as if they are out to take over the world and correct the world, they give out these statements thinking this is how they are contributing to correcting the world by catching hold of a particular human being and trying to make them feel bad,” said Zareen.

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“That’s not how to take care of the world. First, take care of your life, correct yourself. There must be a lot of things going wrong in your life. So, I don’t think anyone should judge or point fingers at anybody else till they, themselves, are not perfect,” Zareen concluded.

First Published: Sunday, September 24, 2017 08:17 PM


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