Celebs slam online publication for sensationalizing actor Nimra Khan’s divorce matter!
Making a mountain out of a molehill of non-serious matter and creating sensualization over issues and personal matters is now the trade trait associated with online publications and content creators aka bloggers.
Well in every part of the world public figures’ private life is always a matter of interest for showbiz news. But if the person in discussion asks to keep the personal matter out of the limelight that needs to be respected.
The same occurred in the case of popular actor Nimra Khan’s divorce matter, who does not want to talk about the issue anymore and needs space for her private life and that should be considered while filing news stories.
Unfortunately, a local online publication did not keep the matter into consideration and published a masala story along with Nimra Khan and her former spouse.
After reading the sensational headline on an Instagram Post number of celebrities came forward calling out the publication for being irresponsible over a sensitive matter.
Calling out Galaxy Lollywood, Zara Noor Abbas said, “What a ridiculous post! She is an actress in our country, formerly married to a nobody! Let’s respect her and not make headlines that come out of a sick man who is cashing on the fact that he got married to her and now talks about her in a live session. Please! @galaxylollywood This is no NEWS!!”
Minal Khan also showed her disgust over the post, replying, “This is so disrespectful! She’s our colleague and this is not a highlight! Stopping giving attention to this ridiculous man just for the sake of your likes and engagement! Shameful.”
While Zoya Nasir said, “This is definitely an insensitive post especially after she asked for privacy. However, it’s ironic that Ms. Nimrah commented,👏👏👏👏 under a similar insensitive post that went viral made by my ex-fiance. We always need to be mindful of each other and women should always stand up for each other in their moment of vulnerability because you may never know when you can be on the receiving end.”
It’s irony that for the sake of getting views, likes, and hitting trending spots, many online publications want to sensationalize the tragedy that a celebrity might have suffered from.