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Zara Peerzada’s strong reaction on being approached for “Sex Work”

When we say we’re progressing, perhaps we’re being more sarcastic than ever. There is absolutely nothing about this society that is progressing when it comes to mannerism and conduct. Civility and respect is entirely dead.

Ever since the #MeToo has trended, at least we are now getting to see the ugly face of the society that was hidden before. People, especially celebs from within our industry are opening up about incidents of sexual harassment that they have had to face at the hands of their own peers.

Zara Peerzada, one of the leading models of Pakistan and the brand MANGO’s Pakistani spokesperson recently shared her harassment experience on her Instagram. She shares that she was approached for “Sex work” by a Celebrity PR agency and  she breaks all her silence and stood against it by sharing all the screenshots of  her conversion with that agency.

The Top Celebrity Services DM says, “Hi we will pay u 200k for work. We deal only in celebrities, models, news anchor. We have high profile clients from abroad and Pakistan. If u will work with us we will surely prefer your privacy and dignity. We don’t do work like third class agencies. We deal in corporate side as well. If you have any query feel free to contacts us. Thanks.”

According to Zara, women face abuse and threats because the reason is the cultural and  natural perspective of women in entertainment industry. Zara stated, “Telling woman to ignore their reality is never the answer, it is not the job of women to ignore the evil in the world and to turn a blind eye to cultural and global offenses to us. It is our job to collectively call them out and rectify them.”

It is all very disturbing to see that there are people out there in the industry who are exploiting women and men alike but the positive part is that celebrities are breaking the silence and are coming up with their #MeToo experiences, bringing those who hide behind their dirty veils in the society on the forefront.


Rameeza Nasim

Rameeza Nasim, a Paralian, passionate about poetry, drama and fiction. By giving drama critiques I feel like I am endorsing the writer's message to the audiences, I love my job. Being a critic responsibility lies on my shoulders to point out the flaws and shortcomings of the play be it on writer's , performers or director's end . I did my Masters in English Literature and Linguistics .

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