Meera Criticizes Mahira Khan

Everyone in Paris, Dubai, Toronto, London, Istanbul, and New York, knows that Meera frequently causes problems for other stars. In one way or the other, she tries to dominate the minds of public and for this she sometimes acts stupidly.

No one had the idea that Meera can cross all her limits for proving that actresses like Mahira Khan cannot act, but she did it and was highly criticized on social networks.

According to authorities, Meera recently told in an interview that Mahira does not know anything about acting. Her point of view is that Khan, Saba Qamar, Mehwish Hayat, Mawra Hocane, and other such females should quit because they have no spark at all to keep the people of Paris, Dubai, London, New York, Istanbul, and Toronto, intact.

Meera criticizes Mahira Khan

Saying something like this in front of her friends and family is okay but Meera shared the thoughts through her Twitter account, and that’s where she started receiving bad comments from the fans of Mahira.

Those who supported Mahira and disagreed with Meera’s thinking claim that Meera herself knows nothing about how to become a successful actress and how to maintain one’s repute in the showbiz industry. People even argued that Meera should amend her ways. She is not receiving any movie or drama offers; which is why she is jealous of the hot and beautiful Pakistani females including Khan, they added.

Meera Criticizes Mahira Khan

Her original name is Irtiza Rubab and she was born in May 1977. Meera is her stage name. Gone are the days when she used to be a prominent and well-versed Pakistani film actress. Meera also worked as a model and TV presenter. She began acting career in 1995 and earned nationwide acclaims during 1999 for her work in the movie named Khilona. To some extent, it is true that Meera used to give satisfactory performance. She has even brought home a couple of awards including the Nigar Award.

She rose to prominence when she played the influential roles in movies like Inteha, Salakhain, and others. The gorgeous female of Pakistan made debut in Bollywood from 2005’s Nazar.

Meera Criticizes Mahira Khan

In any of the ways, this lady has always tried to be in media eyes. It would not be wrong to say that Meera is one of the most controversial and good-for-nothing female celebrities of the country. She does not work finely but becomes the reason of issues for other male and female celebrities now and then.

It was announced in 2013 that Meera is interested in becoming a female politician, but later on, she changed her mind, and her mother was nominated as one for the candidates of national assembly reserved seat. Though Meera’s mom lost the seat by one hundred votes, still the two ladies often made the appearance in political conferences.

Meera Criticizes Mahira Khan

Nazar was the direction of Soni Razdan and it was the first Indo-Pakistani joint film venture. Here Meera was the co-star with Ashmit Patel. Then she was seen in another Indian movie titled Kasak where she worked alongside Lucky Ali. Her third B-Town project was Paanch Ghantey Mien Paanch Crore that grossed averagely at the Box Office.

Meera criticizes Mahira Khan

After a series of flop movies, the Bollywood directors of producers decided not to sign Meera for further films. Now she should take a look at her acting career before putting idiotic blames on other. If we talk about Mahira, her first Bollywood movie is going to be Raees opposite Shah Rukh Khan.

Besides this, Mahira has many other movie offers in the queue and soon she would co-star Ranveer Singh, Salman Khan, and other big B-Town actors.

By the whole, Khan is a lot more talented, successful, and dedicated than Meera. Over the years, Meera has been unable to impress her fans across Paris, Dubai, New York, Istanbul, Toronto, Pakistan, and London. Our recommendation to the so-called entertaining Lollywood star Meera is that she focuses on improving her own skills rather than criticizing the successful actors and actress of the entertainment industry of our country. What do you feel about it?

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