Alizeh Shah’s ‘chador cladden’ pictures SCARES netizens  

By: Iqra Ejaz
Published: 11:12 AM, 16 Aug, 2021
Alizeh Shah’s ‘chador cladden’ pictures SCARES netizens  
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Actress Alizeh Shah is always judged for not following the norm and emerging on the internet with an unbothered, rebellious front.

The trolling targeted towards the 21-year-old mostly revolves around her wardrobe choices however the actress has now posted something on her Instagram handle which is in striking contrast to her routine wear and has attracted a stream of negative comments.

Miss Shah has posted chador cladden pictures of herself however the filter/effects applied on the snaps are not sitting right with the netizen community.

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While the pictures are black and white, Alizeh’s face looks EXTREMELY ‘shiny’ and the overall aura of the snapshots might not be giving off ‘impressive’ vibes.

Social media users fail to understand why Alizeh Shah has posted such a ‘scary’ picture on her social media account however some are speculating whether Alizeh has gotten ‘bald’ now which is why she decided to cover her head. 

As the nation celebrated its 75th Independence Day, Miss Shah took to her Instagram account and posted a video.

The Ehd-e-Wafa star stated: “Pakistan got its freedom on 14 August 1947 and as today is the 14th of August, I can’t seem to understand whom should I wish Jashne-Azadi. To those rapists roaming freely outside because they are the ones with freedom, and because of them, many girls cannot step outside of their houses or go to work. The inability to travel with your family on the highway. As well as the not getting the freedom to wear whatever they want not just to regular people but the celebrities as well.”

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Alizeh further mentioned: “So, the power of social media which we use so blatantly, why don’t we try to make a difference this time? What we can do is be kind, do charity. Even if we want to say something bad, refrain from doing so. So many people are killed because of social media, so many people suffer through depression. So please make sure to use social media in a manner that doesn’t hurt anyone. I have been through it, and I know how difficult it can be. Everybody has a right to live, not just you. Think about it.”