Saba Qamar is sheer perfection in latest photo shoot

However, many don't agree...


Entertainment Desk August 26, 2019
PHOTO: SABA QAMAR/INSTAGRAM

Saba Qamar is a powerhouse of talent. There are no two ways about it. She's always been unapologetic - about almost everything. She's always been on top of her game - every time.

But being one of the biggest stars of the Pakistani entertainment industry, she often falls victim to unnecessary trolling.

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Recently, the Baaghi star shared a few pictures from her recent photo shoot. Captured by celebrity photographer Alee Hassan, the photos were nothing short of perfection. However, many wouldn't agree to the aforementioned statement.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B1lqWhLhpte/

A particular picture, Saba wearing a seamless white gown with sky high heels have gone viral for all the wrong reasons. Many called out the actor for portraying an 'un-Islamic' image of Pakistan.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B1gAY0vntSs/

Many came after the Cheekh actor.

https://twitter.com/itz_Farii/status/1165585520405229568

https://twitter.com/nagina_javed/status/1165777012629233665



However, soon after the trolling, a lot of social media users came forward to express support to Saba as well.





https://twitter.com/salma_b89/status/1165657355146551296





Meanwhile, here's to Saba living her best life!



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Shariq | 1 year ago | Reply Everyone has the right to do what they want or not want to do! The Islamic code of dressing is well defined for men and women alike and if someone wishes to follow it or not is their own decision and the matter is between them and Allah. We are no one to judge the PERSON! Having said that, we are an Islamic society (supposedly) and acts which propagate obscenity (beyhayai) in such a society then should be called out as such. But taking care that only the act can be called out, the person cannot and should not be judged. No one has the right to judge the person except Allah.
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