Recently, veteran actress Bushra Ansari’s harsh comment about the review of her current drama serial ‘Zebaish’ had taken social media by storm.
An online TV show, ‘Amma TV Aur Main’, is quite popular for its drama reviews with some funny Punjabi accent. Lubna Faryad, along with her son Momin Ali Munshi reviews different dramas. Additionally, the idea behind the show is to review Pakistani dramas through the lens of an ordinary mom watching television.
Not so long ago, Bushra Ansari harshly bashed the latter for judging and disrespecting the actors. As you can see in the Instagram post above, she called Lubna Faryad a ‘cheap low-class person’ and her show a ‘cheap commentary’ with ‘paindu style’.
Reviews are supposed to be humorous, and blunt, however, the way Bushra reacted to one, took the Internet by storm. Twitterati demanded the actress to apologize to Lubna for bashing her unnecessarily.
Earlier today, the actress took it to her Instagram and apologized for the way she acted out.
“I realize that last week, I overreacted and wrote harsh words on Instagram. In a moment, I realized my mistake and deleted it, but in the time of social media, it became a tamasha and sadly, spread like fire.”
Bushra Ansari addresses her fans and the Munshi family and says she has no hard feelings for anyone. “I would like to clarify that being a proud Punjabi, I have always enjoyed bringing the colors of Punjabi humor in my roles. It is my mother tongue and some of my best roles are Punjabi characters.”
What did Lubna Faryad do?
Recently, she reviewed the drama serial ‘Zebaish’ of Zara Noor Abbas and Asma Abbas. Apparently, she made fun of their poor acting while reviewing the drama.
Although Bushra had deleted her comment a few hours later, it had already gone viral on social media. In fact, she ended up becoming a trend on Twitter for all the wrong reasons.
Netizens and all her fans were disappointed in her. However, seems like the actress has realized her mistake and has admitted that she overreacted.
Taking to Instagram to explain herself, Bushra says, “I believe that everyone has a right to like or dislike our work but the language is important.” Well, if we keep in mind the amount of hard work the actor put into their work, someone ridiculing their work is bound to make them upset.”
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