With trolls, Hania Aamir had it and rightfully so. Often in a good mood, the Dilruba actor takes jibes aimed at her. But yesterday, after pouring two tears at those distasteful remarks, she called a spade a spade on her Instagram.
After crying two tears over three rude comments, this was me trying to keep myself together. Words are strong,”This was me trying to get myself together after shedding two tears over three mean comments. Words are powerful,” They can make and kill. Why use them to knock down people when you can use them to lift each other up?”They can create and destroy. Why use them to knock people down when you can use them to lift each other up?”
She proceeded to express that being kind is beautiful by discussing how being mean is easy and weak and projection of your own fears and insecurities,” It’s power. Let’s be beautiful and powerful together It is strength. Let’s be beautiful and strong together. Use your words wisely”Use your words wisely.
In order to share her disdain, Aamir also took to her Insta post, but she did not clarify whether she was again referring to the trolls. “Sometimes the smallest tasks can become the most difficult and picking yourself up and stepping out to do something for your own happiness becomes burdensome,” wrote the star. And it’s not exactly easy to describe. I have stepped out for those who get it, hope it’s going well,”And it’s not exactly easy to explain. For those who get it I have finally stepped out, hope it goes well.”
Earlier in July, when she opened up about not being in a relationship with singer Asim Azhar, Aamir had spoken up against users tweeting about her. “Hania Aamir showing the lowest level of her personality. These kinds of comments don’t suit the celebrities like her. I believe this is another cheap publicity stunt,” a Twitter user wrote at the time.
“The lowest level of cheap would be not standing up against the evil you see. Violence, abuse, bullying, child marriage, animal abuse, inequality, catcalling, having a public opinion about somebody’s personal life which you know nothing about But NOT my humour.”The cheapest level would not stand up against the evil you see. Aggression, abuse, discrimination, child marriage, animal abuse, inequality, catcalling, having a public opinion about the personal life of somebody who you know nothing about But my comedy is NOT.
A person cited Azhar’s tweet in another tweet and said What did you do to provoke him for suicide,” with laughing emojis. This is not a word to be laughed about You’re not funny. I’m not kidding,”This is not a word to be joked about You’re not funny. I’m not laughing.”