Mahira Khan Explains “Mera Jism Meri Marzi”

The actress Pakistani Mahira Khan explained about “Mera Jism Meri Marzi” during an interview.

Mera Jism Meri Marzi is a feminist slogan posed by feminists in Pakistan and India, demanding women’s right to body autonomy, abortion and gender violence.

The retactor actress revealed why she attends the progress of Aurat every year.

“I think it’s necessary for me to [go to aurat March] because I think that when I do something, no matter how small it is, leaves an impact,” said the actor. “Then, when I go to Auterat March, what I’m really trying to say is’ Look, if you like and if you think what I say means something if you think I’m on the right side of the story, or what you think about me, This is also what I think, that’s why I’m here. ”

“Honestly, Mere Aurat March Jaane was Ziada Kuch Nae Rated Siwaye Iske Ke creates an impact,” Mahira added.

The actress superstar during the interview also shared her opinion about the Slogan Mera Jism Meri Meri Marzi.

“It’s [the slogan] does not mean that I want to tear my clothes. It means that I am a whole person. This is my body, and if you look at me and I do not feel comfortable about it, I have the right to say that you do not look at me. Or if it is Trying to touch me, I can inform you, because Yeh Mera Jism Hai, Aur Ye Meri Marzi Hai [is my body, and I have completed just about it] “.

Mahira Khan also shared the three things that she finds attractive in a man. While she answers the host question, she said,

“I find attractive men and women when they are in total peace with themselves.”

“Second, I love a sense of humor,” said Mahira. “I like someone who makes me laugh and if someone is not laughing, I make them laugh.”

“Third, I like it when a man really respects a woman,” added the actor.

Mahira Khan has entered the production with a web series titled Baarwan Khiladi. He has begun his production from the Souldfry Films house with the friend of him and producer Nina Kashif.