As tensions between India and Pakistan escalate, the entertainment industry has also fallen prey to the empty rhetoric of trolls, especially Pakistan's very own, Mahira Khan.
Civil rights activist, Jibran Nasir, took to Twitter condemning the brutal Quetta attack that left 61 Pakistani security personnel dead on Tuesday.
Following his tweet, a random Indian troll dragged Mahira into the equation, questioning why she had not spoken about the Uri attack despite being active on social media.
Mahira Khan breaks silence on India-Pakistan tensions
"The sad thing Mahiraji is you are active and vocal now, why not in case of URI,I as an Indian feel bad for Quetta why cant u?" the tweet said.
The sad thing Mahiraji is u r active &vocal now, y not in case of URI,I as INDIAN feel bad for Quetta y cant u?— World Peace (@peace_health_1) October 25, 2016
And what came next, blew everyone away. Mahira gave the stranger a befitting reply, schooling him for his snide remark.
"I am sorry for every life lost to terror, every single life..please stop making it about nationality. Enough," she tweeted.
I am sorry for every life lost to terror, every single life..please stop making it about nationality. Enough.— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) October 25, 2016
She went onto say that he should use his voice for something substantial.
What happens when you troll Mahira Khan for working in India
"This world is bleeding my friend, what are you doing trolling me? Raise your voice for something more meaningful," she added.
This world is bleeding my friend, what are you doing trolling me? Raise your voice for something more meaningful.— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) October 25, 2016
This is not the first time Mahira has slammed a troll on social media. Previously, another troll left a distasteful comment on a picture on Khan's Instagram, trolling her for working in India and she gave a perfect comeback that was lauded by her fans.
More power to you, Mahira!
Do we need any other reason to love this woman?
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