Rehmat Ajmal Separation From Khalil Ur Rehman’s Meray Paas Tum Ho

In a general public profoundly dug in with inconsistent gender relations, the show portrays disloyalty, second relationships and sustains the job of ‘awful’ ladies in our general public by unobtrusively moving the fault on them. Its famously known author, Khalil ur Rehman Qamar, notoriously proclaimed that a man can’t avoid a lady enticing him.

Model turned entertainer, Rehmant Ajmal, who assumes the job of Ayesha [the heroes’ friend] has now turned out publicly removing herself away from the debate by disclosing her underlying decision to work with Rehman and be related with the show.

Taking to Instagram, she expressed, “I comprehend that we as specialists have a social obligation as far as the substance we produce and the messages we set forward—and that I assume the liability with a great deal of earnestness and poise.”

“I’ve been getting a ton of concerned, contemptuous and befuddled messages since the previous, not many months and as much as I need to address them independently, I think I’ll simply give an outline of my point of view until further notice.”

She proceeded, “I totally don’t embrace the ideas and perspectives of Mr. Khalil Ur Rehman. I viewed Khalil Ur Rehman’s meeting and found a good pace his risky perspectives on a lot of things WAY after the task was finished. I am not pleased to be a piece of something that is so bargaining and poorly educated.”

“Be that as it may, I (in the same way as other others) didn’t know about the whole storyline on Mr. Khalil Ur Rehman’s belief system at the time this undertaking was shot—which was a year prior. My job in this venture is constrained so I didn’t get an opportunity to perceive how it’ll meet up or how it’ll inevitably unroll on TV and that is the place I think I slipped a bit. It was my first historically speaking telecom undertaking and I am learning — I have figured out how to be mindful and increasingly cognizant with my innovative decisions.” Ajmal completed with a solicitation to broaden new, battling craftsmen some room as they are learning.