Government should give showbiz a dresscode, says Veena Malik
Pakistani actress, Veena Malik believes that government should give a dresscode to the members of the showbiz for keeping them in limits.
Recently, the actress gave an interview to a German broadcaster’s Urdu service in which she talked about women’s clothing and the Taliban’s rule over Afghanistan.
The actress said that the Taliban have established their government in Afghanistan, Afghanistan is connected with the Taliban and this is their land and place for which they fought a long war.
The host asked Veena, “do you intend to go to Afghanistan?” as she posted a picture wearing Burqa. The actress replied with a smile that I would go to Kandahar.
While speaking about Burqa, Veena stated “abaya has been a part of my life since I was 13 years old. I still wear burqa when I go out, not because someone forced me to do so. It is my personal choice. I feel safe in burqa.”
“I think people there will be happy to adopt a dress code imposed by Taliban in Afghanistan because they are well aware of their traditions,” she said.
Moreover, the actress also talked about Pakistan that our country is an independent country, people here wear all kinds of clothes and I think showbiz also should have a dress code, the government should give us a dress code, that you have to live within these limits.
“We should not think too much about the government of Afghanistan. I sympathize with those industries where there are no restrictions and artists are able to do whatever they want,” she added.
Earlier in June, Malala Yousuf Zai’s remarks regarding marriage has brought her immense backlash and Pakistani former actress Veena Malik came forward and shared some words for Malala condemning her statement.