Pak Actors Sajal Ali, Kubra Khan Respond To 'Honey Trap' Allegations

Sajal Ali made her Bollywood debut within the 2017 Sridevi movie ‘Mother’.

New Delhi:

Pakistan actors Sajal Ali and Kubra Khan shot down the allegations that they had been getting used as ‘honey traps’ by the nation’s military. Sajal Ali, who featured reverse Sridevi within the Bollywood movie ‘Mother’, mentioned that character assassination is the worst type of humanity and sin.

“It is rather unhappy that our nation is changing into morally debased and ugly; character assassination is the worst type of humanity and sin,” the 28-year-old actor tweeted.

Her assertion comes after a retired Pakistan Military officer, Adil Raja, claimed in a YouTube video that a number of the nation’s feminine actors had been utilized by the army to lure politicians. He doesn’t title the actors within the video however did give out their initials.

Web sleuths had been fast to the conclusion that the actors in query could possibly be Sajal Ali, Mahira Khan, Kubra Khan, and Mehwish Hayat.

Kubra Khan additionally responded to the ex-military officer’s allegations saying that she is going to take motion in opposition to him. In an Instagram story, she wrote “I stayed quiet initially as a result of clearly a faux video is not going to take over my existence However ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.”

“Apko lagta hai ke koi random log Mujhe pe behte bithaye ungli uthayenge Aur predominant chup behtoongi toh apki soch hai. So Mr Adil Raja earlier than you begin to heap allegations upon individuals have some proof first.”

She requested Adil Raja to give you proof inside three days or apologise publicly.


Actors Mahira Khan and Mehwish Hayat have avoided reacting to the continued controversy.

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