Thank you for being who you are and making us proud in so many ways: Meera to Mahira

It seems like the two stars have sorted out the beef between them!

Entertainment Desk February 22, 2019

A little over a year ago, a video of Meera Jee criticising her contemporary Mahira Khan went viral. From urging the public to "stop promoting" the Raees starlet to stating there are "better and more gorgeous" actors out there, we could sense quite a lot of tension between the two leading superstars.

However, in a recent turn of events, Meera seems to have come to terms with Mahira's fame, while the latter seems to have accepted the Nazar star for who she is. On the work front, Meera will next be seen in Parey Hut Love and Baaji. In Asim Raza's film, the actor will be seen making a cameo in a song.

Praising the song, Mahira tweeted, "I just saw a little preview of one of the songs of and the song and everyone in it is fantastic... but man you can’t look away from Meera Jee!! Owns every frame!"

An over the moon Meera responded saying, "Thankyou for such a loving tweet. I will always cherish the love and respect you have given me. Also, thankyou for being who you are and making all of us proud in so many ways. May God bless you forever."

In September last year, Meera also complimented Mahira for her humanitarian efforts. Speaking about the responsibilities that come with fame, Meera earlier tweeted, “One of the women I admire – Angelina Jolie –  said that when someone has a lot of fame, they also have a responsibility to give back to society. Otherwise, the popularity is of no use.”

She continued, “I applaud Mahira Khan and Aamina Sheikh for their initiatives and working with Afghan refugees. Especially children and more so, with girls.”

We hope the two leading ladies have put their differences aside!

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Bunny Rabbit | 2 years ago | Reply Meera is a very honest person . she never minces her words and tells what she feels . I have laways liked her .
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