Afghanistan belongs to the Taliban: Veena Malik

In a current look on an interview with DW Urdu, actor Veena Malik elaborated on her controversial stance on the Taliban authorities in Afghanistan. The actor, who has made her assist for the Taliban in Afghanistan public, shared in the course of the interview that she believes the nation “belongs to the Taliban.” 

Veena asserted, “You mentioned that the Taliban have ‘captured’ Afghanistan when in actuality they’ve fashioned a authorities within the nation. And I feel Afghanistan belongs to the Taliban. That is their land which they’ve fought such a protracted warfare for.” 

The actor not too long ago posted an image of herself absolutely clad in a burkha. When requested about whether or not she had plans to maneuver to Afghanistan, Veena revealed that the burkha has been part of her life for a few years and that she was not compelled by anybody to put on it.  “I like Kandahar, and I’d like to go there, however so far as the burkha is worried, it has been part of my life since I used to be 13-years-old. I nonetheless put on a burkha after I exit, not as a result of somebody has imposed it on me, however as a result of it’s my selection and I really feel very safe and secure since I’m an introvert and I’m very shy. It’s very tough for me to cope with folks, so I’m very snug within the burkha.”

When requested about how the Taliban forces girls to decorate a sure method, no matter their selection or consolation, Veena mentioned, “The Taliban have arrange their authorities in Afghanistan, and no matter societal codes they want to implement, I really feel like [the people of Afghanistan] will fortunately observe them, as a result of they know their tradition and traditions very nicely. I feel the folks on the market are very blissful. I don’t see any resistance, so allow them to be blissful please.” 

After the interviewer requested the actor whether or not the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan could have an effect on Pakistan, Veena mentioned, “Pakistan is an impartial nation and right here folks put on all types of garments. In actual fact, I feel we must always have a costume code in showbiz. The federal government ought to implement a costume code letting us know the boundaries we’re supposed to remain in.”

When requested to mirror on how the Taliban authorities has handled artists in Afghanistan, Veena confused that she was extra frightened about girls who’re compelled to put on “skimpy” garments. “I feel I ought to have extra sympathy for girls in industries all over the world who’re compelled to put on skimpy garments. Girls are extra uncomfortable there, slightly than when artists are given a correct costume code to observe. What I really feel is, how the federal government and other people in Afghanistan deal with its artists ought to be left as much as them. We’ve got nothing to do with the Afghanistan authorities.” 

She elaborated additional, “I’m frightened about industries the place there isn’t any code of conduct and celebrities are free to do something and every little thing. That’s scary. Individuals entering into bizarre issues. Individuals ought to draw the road someplace.”

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