Meesha Shafi offers peace with Ali Zafar
In reply to a tweet by a user @roxmiaen proposing reconciliation between the two singers, Meesha said “many have tried to mediate. I am all for peace.”
The Aaya Laariye singer claimed that “there certainly has been a lot of abuse. And it isn’t healthy at all. I’ve done nothing since speaking up though. Other than defending myself against the weaponization of the defamation laws.”
Twitter account @roxmiaen wrote, “please use this hashtag #AliAndMeeshaPLSreconcile and request Ali and Meesha to forgive each other.”
Please use this hashtag #AliAndMeeshaPLSreconcile and request Ali and Meesha to forgive eachother.— roxana (@roxmiaen) March 24, 2021
For the sake of us - Because we love them both❤️
I've requested @AzamJamil53 to mediate 🙏@AliZafarsays @itsmeeshashafi #MeeshaShafi #AliZafar pic.twitter.com/LLFohsWzhV
A Twitter user requested Azam Jamil to mediate (between Meesha and Ali Zafar).
Meesha Shafi is currently in Canada and due to appear in a defamation suit filed by Ali Zafar. Her mother Saba Hameed in an interview said Meesha could not come to Pakistan due to a big lockdown in Canada.
However, a news report suggests that there have been no travel restrictions; you can travel from Canada to Pakistan with a negative COVID test and people are coming and going to Canada at will.
On March 27, 2021, a judicial magistrate gave one more opportunity to singer Meesha Shafi to attend proceedings of a criminal case registered under the cybercrime law against the singer on the complaint of actor-cum-singer Ali Zafar.
Meesha is also yet to appear for a cross-examination in rupees one billion defamation suit filed against her by Ali Zafar. A court was requested to permit cross-examination of singer Meesha Shafi and her husband through a video link from Canada.
In an interview given to a web portal in late 2019, Ali Zafar had also spoken about how he and his team were approached for settlement and apologies.