Pakistanis have distinct religions and cultures. Stop attempting to bring Indian traditions into Pakistan. We are Muslims, and our faith forbids us from putting on such attire. Ushna Shah, a Pakistani actor known for her roles in shows like Parizaad, Balaa, and Cheekh, tied the knot with professional golfer Hamza Amin on Sunday. “Stop spreading negativity,” a user tweeted, criticizing Ushna’s choice of wedding ensemble. Shah chose a stunning red bridal lehenga by renowned designer Wardha Saleem for her wedding day. married to Maharaja, my nainonwala. She wrote, “I love you, husband,” and shared a beautiful ceremony video.
Soon after the actor shared a picture of her wedding on Instagram, a number of people complained about Shah’s choice to wear a red “Indian-style” lehenga rather than a traditional Pakistani outfit.
One user wrote, “India walo ki copy karna chod do,” while another posed the question, ” Why did an Indian rise?
Pakistanis have distinct religions and cultures. Stop attempting to bring Indian traditions into Pakistan. We are Muslims, and our faith forbids us from putting on such attire. A user tweeted, “Stop spreading negativity.”
Shah took to Instagram Stories to slam these critics, writing, “To those who have a problem with my dress: You weren’t invited, and you didn’t pay for my red shade. My jora and jewelry: exclusively Pakistani However, my heart is half Austrian. Allah be with you, Khush Rakhey! Aameen.
Ushna also criticized a blogger on Monday for bringing a drone and a photographer to her wedding without permission. I feel violated and disgusted. I was forced to invite AB Lakhany of Moovyshoovy because I have known him for a long time and he happened to be at the office where we were making invitations. She continued, “He was then sent a memo along with other guests to not record personal moments, especially the nikah.” “His invite said strictly no plus one,” she wrote. He not only brought a companion, but he also brought a photographer without my permission, and he lied to my family that I had given him permission. After that, that photographer sent exclusive, unapproved photos to a number of media outlets.