A combo image shows Pakistani actress Zara Noor Abbas.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Pakistan’s popular showbiz star Zara Noor Abbas shared a video on her Instagram for women’s basic rights. In her video message, the beautiful actress wants to spread awareness about rape, workplace harassment, and domestic violence.
The “Khamoshi” star said, “I can’t believe the ratio of rape increasing in our society every day and us still not talking about this out in the open.
“It has become highly important for us to educate each other on these matters and take the responsibility in our hands. #SexualViolence #workplaceharrassment #RapeCulture and #domesticviolence cannot be ignored and neither should it be," Zara added.
She further requested her fans and co-workers to raise their voices on the issue.
“Break the taboo and talk about this with your family and friends as much as you can to create awareness and a window of discussion for your loved ones to have their catharsis and feel heard and protected. Start today. Start now."
Zara Noor Abbas, a famous actress in Pakistan, has shown her acting skills in many television series.
She is the daughter of veteran actress Asma Abbas and niece of the legend Bushra Ansari.
Zara started her television career with the drama serial “Dharkan.” She has acted in many dramas such as “Ehd-e-Wafa,” “Khamoshi,” “Deewar-e-Shab,” and Zebaaish.
She has married Pakistani actor Asad Siddiqui in 2017. Asad is the nephew of talented actor Adnan Saddiqui. Zara made her film debut in 2019 in "Chhalawa” and later “Parey Hut Luv.”
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