Sonya Hussyn talks about working with actors accused of domestic abuse
Recently, actress Sonya Hussyn appeared in an interview and talked about controversy related to the upcoming film Tich Button and also about working with Mohsin Abbas Haider and Feroze Khan.
Recently, the Saraab actress appeared on The Talk Talk Show in which she shared her views on working with actors who have been accused of domestic violence.
Being associated with both Mohsin Abbas Haider and Feroze Khan during their abuse cases, Hussyn had plenty to share with the audience.
Sonya called domestic violence “inhumane” but still does not believe in labelling victims or culprits in a subjudice matter. She said, “Some things are very personal, and I am against domestic violence, it is a very inhumane act. But, I don’t know their household matters personally, and many things can be exaggerated, therefore I can’t say anything about it from just looking at pictures and labelling someone as a victim or culprit. Until I talk to both parties, I can’t make any statement”.
While mentioning the ongoing alleged domestic abuse case against Feroze Khan, Sonya stated, “I am friends with Feroze, but not enough to ask anything [about the case]. I don’t feel good probing about someone else’s personal life”.
Sonya believed that taking away someone’s work amid accusations is the wrong reaction, “I noticed was he cancelled out from everywhere, was kicked out of projects and was not being hired. I don’t think this is the right approach. I have seen the time that Mohsin did not even have the money to feed himself, and that is not the right thing”.
“I understand if two people have issues in their marriage, and you can talk to them personally and take away their work. Until you talk to them, take them to therapy if the accusation is true. Have conservation with them, not pressure them, and isolate the person from society. These actions actually take a person towards more suicidal thoughts”, Sonya concluded.