Actress Anam Tanveer’s TikTok videos are worth watching
TikTok is a quick expanding and growing application all over the globe. There are several actors from the film and TV industry who upload their videos and do popular dub smashes to keep the fans and followers engaged.
It is yet another successful way of social media promotion for the celebrities using which they can popularize their screen presence, create a brand image and present their self to the public.
However, television actress Anam Tanveer is currently gaining massive popularity through her TikTok videos and acting in drama serials. The actress has proven that she can do all types of roles in several dramas.
Currently, Anam Tanveer is playing two entirely different types of characters, one in a sit-com Jalebi, and other, in a family play Mera Dil Mera Dushman and is winning hearts with her absolute fine acting.
Earlier, Anam Tanveer had shared her transformation with a seven-year-old picture with a social message.
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From 2012 to 2019 This post is for every women and men who ‘ve gone through with body shaming stigma. As said in earlier post body shaming can be stressful and leads to disorders, you don’t know their journey, and you DONT know their struggle! 2019 is almost gone, people! we should celebrate women’s diversity in arts and not shaming them. We should value people as they, how loyal they are with each other, how talented they appear, how mindful they are! and probably minus everything else thus should be the sole reason to b in their lives — But.. but it’s more important to be healthy in whatever the shape you are, how do you see yourself and how do you value yourself! Before you use social media to tell a stranger how fat he or shes, ask yourself could my time be better spent lighting myself on fire ? Here’s to two amazing people Anas Ispahan shot the left, and Raza Jaffri the right. 😍 #bodyshamingsucks #heathers #anamtanveer
Taking to Instagram, she uploaded a picture and wrote: “This post is for every women and man who have gone through with body-shaming stigma. Body shaming can be stressful and leads to disorders, you don’t know their journey, and you DONT know their struggle. 2019 is almost gone, people! We should celebrate women’s diversity in arts and not shaming them,” wrote Anam Tanveer.