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Netizens unimpressed by Sarwat Gillani’s parenting perspective

By News Desk

November 8, 2023 11:52 AM


Netizens unimpressed by Sarwat Gillani’s parenting perspective

Sarwat Gilani

Gorgeous Pakistani actress Sarwat Gillani took to her Instagram handle and shared her views on parenting which sparked a lot of discussion and disagreement among netizens.

In the shared story, the lady discussed the value of manners in children and the critical role that parents play in shaping them.

The actress’s statement emphasised the idea that a kid reflects the kind of parenting they get by being courteous and respectful to others.

She advised parents to prioritizes teaching their children important social skills such as empathy and respect.

Here are the exact words of her.

“Your child’s manners say more about you as a parent than how fly you dress them.”

 
 
 
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The ‘Churails’ actress underlined that although fashionable apparel is tempting but the fundamental principles taught to children and how they behave with others ang give them respect are far more important.

However, netizens did not agree with her statement.

One of the social media users commented:
“Nopee teacher sarwattt.”

Another user wrote:

“Noo...not at all..pher tu khud he yeh theak hai .stop judging children..”

Recently Sarwant Gillani has been severely criticized for announcing her pregnancy in a controversial way.

“Couldn’t think of a better picture to announce our new arrival! Celebrating together the biggest joy of now and the future.”, she captioned.

The ‘Joyland’ actress is expecting her third child. The diva has lately announced her good news through sharing a picture on her social media handle in which the lady can be seen passionately flaunting her baby bump along with her female and male pals who are seen putting hands upon her tummy area which has apparently agitated the public quite a lot.

 
 
 
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It is pertinent to mention here that Sarwat Gilani is a Pakistani model, film, television and voice actress.

She got married second time with Fahad Mirza in 2014, who is a Pakistani actor, model, plastic surgeon and sculptor.

The couple blessed with two adorable kids.

 
 
 
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