Emotional highs and lows are all captured by celebs on their social media platforms!
When Sana Javed discovered a fake account that claimed to be hers, she was quick to shut down the rumours. Taking to Instagram with pictures of the political tweeter, she wrote: “Guys, please report this account. It is not me. Someone is using my name and tweeting political stuff.” she wrote.
As Pakistan reels from its second bout of coronavirus, people continue to shrug off the measures in place for their safety. Actor Armeena Rana Khan is none to amused at the shirkers. She tweeted: “Okay, I literally had to yell at these guys (five of them) who tried getting into the elevator with me without masks,” Khan wrote on Twitter. “I left the space myself, told them off (much to my surprise) and took the stairs instead. Such people can end up killing others if asymptomatic.”
Maya Ali is feeling emotional. She recently took to social media with a letter she wrote for her late father expressing her sadness at not having spent more time with him. She also advised others to spend more time with theirs. “It’s been four years since you left us. People say time is a great healer but the reality is not the same always,” she wrote on Instagram. “I miss you baba jaan on every small moment…I am still saying and I always will, please spend as much time as possible with your parents. Once they are gone they won’t come back. Please recite Surah Fateha for my baba..????’’.