Recently, Mahira Khan appeared on Mira Sethi’s web show, where she addressed the host’s questions and spoke about going to the Women’s March every year and describing the real significance of the phrase, “Mera Jism Meri Merzi.”
Mahira Khan said, “Mera Jism Meri Merzi, the slogan doesn’t mean that I’m sitting with my clothes ripped, it means that I’m a complete human being, it’s my body and it’s my will if you look at me. And I feel terrible, it’s my will to prohibit you gazing at me.”
“If you want to touch me, I’m going to report it to the police because it’s my body and my will. If I don’t have a problem, I will grant you permission, “She said that.
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Contrary to expectations, she was criticized by fans for believing that it was in fact the ideology of a foreign organization that was being spread rapidly in Pakistan by actresses.
A viewer named Sardar Khan criticising Mahira said, that a divorced and tainted woman does not have the right to talk about promoting morality.
Another viewer wrote, adding Mahira to the women who founded the slogan ” Mera Jism Meri Merzi”, that she belongs to Canada, whose interpretation and meaning is something else, google it.