This year’s HUM Awards have been the talk of town after celebrities flocked to Canada to attend the award show. But some of those who didn’t attend attracted rumours stating that they were being snubbed by the channel. Hadiqa Kiani took to Instagram and shared that HUM TV did not “discriminate” against her for not attending and felt like it was her duty to clear it out as we “don’t need more rumours in this world”. On Monday, the Dobara actor shared a video from the award show and wrote that she had been away from social media as she was busy sharing information regarding floods in Pakistan but was made aware by friends and family about the “controversies” around those in attendance. “My social media accounts have received countless messages, tweets, TikToks and YouTube videos where people are very upset that I didn’t win an award because I did not attend. Although I do not think I was worthy of winning an award this year, I want to make it clear that I was presented with Best New Sensation award this year for my performance in Raqeeb Se,” she wrote. Kiani credited costar Iqra Aziz for messaging her about the win as well as Ammar Kashif, wife of director Kashif Nisar, who first congratulated the actor via call about the award and sent her the video. She added, “Like I said, I don’t believe I deserve the award but I want to make clear that HUM TV did not discriminate against me because I did not attend. They are not asking me to post this but I feel it my duty to make that clear. We don’t need more rumours in this world.” The ‘Boohey Barian’ singer thanked the cast and crew of Raqeeb Se and congratulated them for the awards their drama got at the event. In her note of appreciation she said the drama was a “labour of love” and thanked drama writer Bee Gul for her “excellent writing”. She also addressed people who are upset and have their reasons by saying that instead of getting anger at others or the situation itself, people should find solutions and help each other. “This doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate the good or do our jobs, this just means that we have to continue to do our part in making the world just a little bit better. One step at a time,” wrote Kiani. On Friday, Mahira Khan responded to criticism for attending the award show and the “unkind commentary” she faced for not doing “enough” for the flood relief efforts. While assuring the netizen who criticised her that she was doing her part, she retorted that if it makes anyone happy, she could take photos but then it would be “showing off doing charity”. Before the Superstar actor, actors Ushna Shah, Ahmed Ali Butt, Zhalay Sarhadi, Mariyam Nafees and model Nadia Hussain defended the entertainment fraternity against criticism for attending the show abroad at a time when Pakistan has been hit by widespread and devastating floods.
Pakistani celebrities have been making waves for their red carpet looks at the annual HUM Awards but some faces missing at the event were Hira Mani and her husband Mani. The actors have been on a US tour in collaboration with the Indus Hospital in an effort to raise funds for victims of the floods in Pakistan. On September 6, Hira shared a clip of herself on Instagram where she highlighted that Pakistan is going through the “worst humanitarian crisis that it has seen in the past decade” and how everyone has the responsibility to help during this trial of “epic proportions”. “Right now we have to embrace the flood affectees the same way all us Pakistanis came together at the time of earthquake and we went above and beyond in helping each other out,” she said. After her mission to collect funds in the US, the Ibn-e-Hawwa actor told Images that they collected more than $2 million from eight cities and there are still eight more to visit as part of their campaign. The money is being collected to set up medical relief camps. While thanking God for the opportunity she and her husband Mani got, the actor said, “This is my reward that I got from the people sitting in front of me, the overseas Pakistanis, and I will take this reward for the people of Pakistan who are currently going through a difficult time.” Her effort was also appreciated by actor Nadia Afgan who shared a post highlighting her collection from each city. The Suno Chanda star wrote that she’s proud of Hira and said people often spread news of her mistakes and slip-ups but very few people know what a simple and good person she is. “This was not an easy task but you did it,” Afgan said, with a prayer for her. On August 26, the hospital’s official YouTube account shared the video announcing that the celebrities would be visiting 21 cities in the US for fundraising efforts. They have collected funds from Detroit, San Antonio, Minneapolis, Atlanta, St.Louis, North Carolina, Austin and Chicago. Now they will be heading to Dallas on Saturday and Columbus on Sunday. After that they will be heading to New Jersey, Santa Calrita, Portland, Tampa, Orlando and Boston as their last stop.
When it comes to clapping back, Yasir Hussain is not one to hold back. When celebrities were heavily criticised by other public figures and netizens for going to this year’s Hum Awards despite the recent floods that ravaged the country, the Javed Iqbal actor shut them down — but not without throwing some shade. Responding to a comment accusing him of hypocrisy, he said, “I’m here because of work, the same way you must go to work. The way the cricket team is playing the match. The way the ticket seller at a cinema is doing their job and everyone else too. By the way, you should mind your own business,” he said. Actor Sajal Aly, who wasn’t present at the event, re-shared a post about him shutting down a troll, expressing full agreement. The Badshah Begum actor was not done though. Continuing in an Instagram story, he questioned, “When our politicians can idly sip on coffee and roam in New York, then can’t I go to Canada for work to make money to pay my electricity bill?” Going out with a bang, he threw shade at those who spoke out against the awards. “And by the way, the actors spewing nonsense about not attending it weren’t given business class tickets. I’ve read the chat, son.” This year’s awards were tinged with controversy due to the timing overlapping with one of the biggest calamities the country has faced. PPP leader Sharmila Faruqi was among those who went after celebrities (with the noted exception of Hadiqa Kiani) for not doing enough for flood relief. In an Instagram post, she shared pictures of several celebrities in Canada for the Hum TV Awards juxtaposed with photos of Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie in Pakistan. Celebs were quick to defend their stance — they stood their ground and explained proceeds from the show will be donated to flood relief efforts. The event took place as scheduled on Saturday in Ontario.
Actor Arisha Razi has called out a Karachi-based photography studio, Studio86, for sharing her nikah photos without her consent. The studio, on the other hand, claims that they had a deal that the photos could be shared three months after the event. Taking to Instagram, Razi wrote, “As you guys may have already seen my viral nikkah ceremony video, it was a very private event. It’s very shameful, hurtful that a company like Studio86 have no sense of privacy.” She went on to say that her pictures and videos have been used without her permission and that the page knew very well how private the event was. “Sirf thodi publicity and views k liay meray family moments viral kerhdiye [for the sake of publicity and views they made my family moments viral]. Just for the sake of followers,” she wrote, urging her followers not to hire the studio as they would share photos of their private events without consent. In another Instagram story, she said that while she might share these “happy moments” of her life, it is her call to make and nobody has the right to do it without her permission. In response to her claims, Studio86 issued a statement on Instagram saying that the day they were hired it was decided by both the parties that the videos and photos will be shared online after three months. According to their Instagram stories, the page approached Razi for approval before posting the videos and photos but she did not reply to their messages. A lot of people showed support for Razi in the comment section of the photographer’s statement. “Shame on you [for sharing] someone’s special moments without their consent,” wrote one user under the post. Another wrote that it’s the photographer’s mistake and they must accept it even if Razi hadn’t responded to their messages. Razi has been involved in many projects and has often appeared in shows along with her sister Sara. Razi has worked in shows such as Chupke Chupke, Mr. Shamim, Raaz-e-Ulfat and Sadqay Tumhare. The 22-year-old has also worked in films such as the 3 Bahadur franchise and Sacch.
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Junaid Khan and Mansha Pasha are bringing the magic back onscreen in an upcoming drama called Adan, which is expected to release in September. Khan spoke to Images and revealed some details about the new project and why the audience enjoys their chemistry so much. “My character is a journalist — the kind that writes blogs and is very active on social media. Basically, he has the fire to change the system and eliminate corruption from [it]. He tries to highlight the wrongs in society — taken from current situations — in his blogs. So he is a digital journalist,” said Khan, filling the blanks about his character.
He said the story revolves around three characters one of which is his, Zaid, Mansha Pasha’s character Adan and Azfar Rehman’s character Faraz. “Me and Faraz are very close friends, best friends, and Adan is my love interest. These are the three characters shown in a broad perspective, there are many other characters who play an integral part in between but the main story revolves around these three,” he revealed.
The screenwriter for the romance-filled plot is Atique Inayat, the story is Shagufta Bhatti’s. The show is being produced by Wajahat Rauf and Shazia Wajahat’s Showcase Productions. It will air on new channel Aan TV which, according to Khan, is probably launching in August. On working with Pasha again, he said, “Working space with Mansha, of course, has always been wonderful. I’ve done four serials [and] one film with her, commercials too, so me and Mansha have known each other for a while. [She is] very comfortable to work with, very professional.”
He also revealed the secret behind their well-received chemistry. “Whenever we’re working on scenes, we’re always trying to bring the best out in each other and complement each other in each scene. That is why people like seeing us together,” he said. “Mansha has always been fun to work with, she’s always a fun person to converse with — other than work, our offscreen conversations are very interesting. We talk about everything from politics and world issues to life — so it’s always a delight to work with her,” he added.
The duo have starred in dramas such as Dil-e-Beqarar, Madiha Maliha and Zara Aur Mehrunnisa together.