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Alizeh Shah claps back at critics over the awards ceremony. | Entertainment news, international news, breaking news

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Alizeh Shah, the Pakistani actor, sparked a lot of discussion about her recent choice of clothing at an awards ceremony. Shah wore a daring short black dress adorned with faux fur and faced a barrage of online criticism. Despite the negativity, the Ehd-e-Wafa star refused to let detractors dampen her mood.

In a bold move, Alizeh took to social media and fired back at haters with a confident statement: “Still looking better than the people sitting at home typing nonsense,” shared via Instagram Story.

Before Shah’s rebuttal, the reaction was harsh, drawing comparisons to Indian actor Uorfi Javed, known for her daring fashion sense. Social media platforms were abuzz with negative comments and harsh judgments.

Commenters on Instagram noted: “She just got inspired by Urfi,” while another wrote: “You just lost your attractiveness.”

This is not the first time, and probably not the last, that the Ishq Tamasha actor has faced cyberbullying on social media. Previously, Shah was criticized for sharing K-pop-inspired looks and experimenting with colorful wigs, leading to an onslaught of negativity. One commenter even said, “I’m going to have nightmares now.”

Shah’s experiences battling trolls shed light on the societal double standards that celebrities often face. They are expected to strike a balance between conservatism and fashion-consciousness, but they are criticized regardless of their choices. Alizeh’s firm response reminds us that celebrities, like everyone else, deserve autonomy and respect.

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