I’ve learned to consider before I speak. Hira Mani talks feminism and trolls.


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Hira Mani, an actress who is renowned for making provocative views, is open in an interview on internet harassment, feminism, and expressing one’s mind. She mentioned that she had to “think before speaking” as a result of online trolls making fun of her for having opinions on numerous subjects.

The actress has previously repeatedly made the rounds on social media for the incorrect reasons. The Dua Zehra case, which involved the subject of child marriage and potential abduction, was one of the situations where her comments on women’s concerns got her into trouble. After receiving criticism on social media, Hira subsequently expressed her regret for her opinions and said that she did not completely understand the circumstances.

Hira, who is adapting to the shifting social media landscape and positively developing as a person, said with elegance, “There is a lot of disruption [caused by debates]. Commenting exclusively to Arab News, he said, “One should consider before commenting [and] there is no wrong in it.

The “Do Bol” actress was asked about feminism and stated, “For me, feminism means, if there is a woman with you on the set who is new and doesn’t know the industry, you should guide her.” “We do declare ourselves to be feminists, but somewhere along the line the actress or actor inside us emerges, leaving the feminist behind. One’s attitude and actions should also demonstrate their commitment to feminism; it is not enough to just claim this.

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