Thursday, February 2, 2023

Reproductive weakness in men/women is not shameful cause, says Hania Aamir

It is unclear to actress Hania Aamir why reproductive weakness in men and women has connected with dignity and self-esteem. She recently appeared in an interview with media website.

The actress said that her film ‘Parde Mein Rehne Do’ will release on Eid-ul-Fitr. It deals with the social stigma attached to men’s reproductive inadequacy. A lot of things in our culture have incorrectly labelled as flawed or shameful, even when they aren’t.

Hania Aamir stated that reproductive health issues or weakness in both men and women should not equated with shame. She claimed that she made the video so that people would be able to discuss and reflect on it.

It was also during the interview that she talked about her film career. Whereas, she revealed that she is looking forward to returning to the big screen after a few years. Ali Rehman was Hania Aamir’s worked as cousin in the movie, but he became her spouse in ‘Parde Mein Rehne Do’.

The actress described Ali Rehman as a buddy with whom she enjoyed working. Furthermore, it has two years and four Eids since Pakistan has seen the release of a film at the box office.

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