Mansha Pasha calls for mutual respect among artists and cricketers

Web Desk 12:42 PM | 15 Mar, 2023
Mansha Pasha calls for mutual respect among artists and cricketers
Source: Mansha Pasha (Instagram)

Although we're only three months into 2023, the entertainment industry has been rife with controversies. Some actors have been ridiculed on talk shows, leading to unnecessary conflicts.

Recently, actor Mohib Mirza and cricket legend Younis Khan were embroiled in a war of words on a local talk show. While the duo resolved their differences amicably, many were left bewildered by their argument.

In another incident, last month, Sami Khan, Pasha's co-star from Khudgarz, was subjected to disrespectful treatment on a local talk show, where he was asked supposedly "funny" questions that insinuated he had an unsuccessful career. The incident garnered widespread criticism, with actors such as Ayesha Omar, Muneeb Butt, Armeena Khan, and Ghana Ali coming to his defence.

Although Khan later urged his followers to move on from the incident, the issue of respect and the ongoing animosity among members of the entertainment fraternity remains a topic of concern.

Amidst the chaos, Lollywood diva, Mansha Pasha has taken to social media to offer a piece of advice to her colleagues.

In an Instagram Story, she addressed "Dear Pakistani artists, cricketers, hosts, etc," and urged them to prioritize respect for one another if they want to earn the world's respect for their work and their country. Pasha further implored them to "Take it easy on each other for God's sake!" 

The Koyal star shared a separate Instagram Story in which she made an impassioned plea to her colleagues. She implored them to refrain from putting each other down and to stop diminishing each other's contributions. "Belittling and demeaning one another does not make you greater," she emphasized.

On the work front, Pasha was recently seen in Surkh Chandni, Haqeeqat, Mohabbat Tujhe Alvida and Dikhawa.

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USD to PKR: Pakistani rupee remains stable against dollar amid ongoing talks with IMF

KARACHI – Pakistani rupee, which is facing blows in the open market, remained stable against the US dollar, in the inter-bank market on Wednesday.

The local currency moved slightly upward during the opening hours of trading in the inter-bank market. Before noon, PKR was hovering around 285.22, with a slight increase of Rs0.13.

As the situation remained under control in the interbank market, the rupee hits a fresh record low in the open market and was selling at 315 per dollar.

In a recent development, the IMF mission chief shared positive news, confirming that talks are underway with Pakistani authorities. The resumption of the IMF programme remains important for the crisis-hit country.

Today's gold rates in Pakistan – May 31 2023

KARACHI - The price of a single tola of 24-karat gold in Pakistan is Rs 232,300 on Wednesday.The price of 10 grams of 24k gold was recorded at Rs199,160.   

Likewise, 10 grams of 22k gold were being traded for Rs163,624 while a single tola of 22-karat gold was being sold at Rs 190,880.

Note: The gold rate in Pakistan is fluctuating according to the international market so the price is never been fixed. The below rates are provided by local gold markets and Sarafa Markets of different cities.

City Gold Silver
Lahore PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Karachi PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Islamabad PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Peshawar PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Quetta PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Sialkot PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Attock PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Gujranwala PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Jehlum PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Multan PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Bahawalpur PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Gujrat PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Nawabshah PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Chakwal PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Hyderabad PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Nowshehra PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Sargodha PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Faisalabad PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485
Mirpur PKR 232,300 PKR 2,485


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