Kubra Khan has a ‘jaw drop’ at Gohar Rasheed’s ‘Laapata’ acting skills 

By: News Desk      Published: 02:37 PM, 18 Sep, 2021
Kubra Khan has a ‘jaw drop’ at Gohar Rasheed’s ‘Laapata’ acting skills 

One of Pakistan’s finest actresses Kubra Khan couldn’t contain herself from praising actor Gohar Rasheed on his brilliant character depiction in the drama serial ‘Laapata’.

Kubra Khan and Gohar Rasheed enjoy a fast friendship and for our friends to take out time in order to assess our efforts and then appreciate them well that’s quite an accomplishment.

Laapata stars Ali Rehman Khan, Gohar Rasheed, Sarah Khan and Ayeza Khan in lead roles.

Actor Gohar Rasheed is depicting the role of ‘Daniyal’ in the chart-topping play.

So let’s discuss the interesting details regarding Kubra’s praise to Gohar: So Miss Khan took to her Instagram handle in order to pen down a congratulatory note for her friend, Rasheed.

Kubra stated: “Woah Woah Woah! Koi tou rok lo! Dude! I literally had a jaw drop! Slow claps.”

In the comment section, social media users also expressed their delight at how Gohar Rasheed’s acting in the serial is very entertaining and many labelled the showbiz personality a ‘wonderful artist’.

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In a post shared by Gohar Rasheed on his Instagram handle, he has talked about his character Daniyal from the drama serial with a sense of contempt and disgust.

Mr. Rasheed stated how he is totally against the display of physical abuse on television and the slap scene in ‘Laapata’ was the only reason why he chose the project in order to prove that oppression is a choice.

Furthermore, Gohar urges each woman to make the choice Sarah Khan (Falak) opted for in the scene which was return the slap with another slap.

In the conclusion of his caption, Gohar mentioned how girls like Falak rock while men like Daniyal are a shock.

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Here is Gohar Rasheed’s caption for you: “I hate the display of physical abuse on television. This is why I have always refrained from doing it in at least my own characters. It’s unfortunate but it has been done so frequently on our television that it’s almost become a subconscious reality for us. Apparently, physically abusing women is “fine” and any misogynistic, spineless man can get away with it, just like #Daniyal thought in yesterday’s episode of #Laapata. It may sound strange but the #Thappad scene was the only reason as to why I took up the character of #Daniyal, to prove that oppression is a choice. If any insecure man with his fragile ego tries his “so called” muscles on you, make the choice that #Falak did, Without any fear! One tight slap back from a brave woman to such weak man in our society WOULD be a giant leap for women kind. We NEED such examples to be made by such women of strength.. to empower women for their own safety.. Their wellbeing.. Self-respect. A scene that is so powerful.. I hope that its effect is even more impactful on our women.

Girls like #Falak rock

Men like #Daniyal shock.”