Javeria Abbasi trolled: ‘Gujranwala ka pehelwaan iftaari karne ke baad’
Pakistani film-television actress, model and host Javeria Abbasi without fail has always emerged as an actress who succeeds in dazzling the public with her enticing personality but this time her very ‘thoughtful’ attire landed her in trouble.
Javeria has appeared on the set of GMP Shan-e-Sahoor, a show which has recently stolen all the spotlight and is always making the headlines.
Though Javeria chose a very ‘modest’ and an ‘all-black’ attire with a black top, striped skirt and a gorgeous belt, netizens found her too ‘fat’ and they wondered that with a belt so tight, how did she manage to breathe?
Social media users also complained of her not donning a dupatta (scarf) with her outfit specially because it is the month of Ramazan.
It’s obvious to the eye that the social media users are so particular with the kind of content they want to see that even the slightest hindrance can cause them to turn their ‘troll-mode’ on.
Actress Javeria Abbasi lately has also dived deep into explaining the complexity of her ex-husband Shamoon Abbasi also being her step-brother.
Javeria’s mother decided to marry Shamoon’s father during Javeria’s engagement period.
Javeria declared, "People get really confused with this story. So I don't want to create any confusion. The rest of our siblings were from our mother and father. That's why people get really confused whether Anoushey Abbasi is my sister or Shamoon's. She's both of our sister."
She further added, "He was the first man so I thought I'd just hold onto him. But that's a big exaggeration. However, the idea was to bring the whole family together. We would live together, share a house, so it was a good idea and it worked."
"My mother was on a mission to prove how her daughter was the best. Apart from working 12 hours a day, I would do rest of the chores as well," Javeria confessed.
During a show Javeria revealed that her distinctive story has also been made into a serial known as ‘Hum Tum’ with an amazing cast: Atiqa Odho, Sajid Hassan, Aamina Sheikh and Mohib Mirza.