Pakistani writer and director, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar has been the talk of the town since his hit drama serial ‘Mere Paas Tum Ho’ gained both criticism and favorable remarks. However, along with his stories, Rehman remains in headlines for his abusive language towards women.
He has once again grabbed headlines when he abused a female journalist Marvi Sirmed on a live-TV show.
At first, Rehman carried on with his bit of conversation about an upcoming Aurat March. But, he was interrupted by Marvi. Marvi triggered the extremely short-tempered writer with a slogan ‘Mera Jism meri Marzi.’ This little phrase got Rehman all riled up.
After that, he got into an abusive spat with Marvi and used some unacceptable and disgraceful remarks during the live show. Rehman literally abuse on live TV last night while he appeared on a talk show to share why he hates women.
Condemning the unethical behaviour of Rehman
Moreover, along with Pakistanis, Many Pakistani celebrities have been condemning the unethical behavior of Rehman.
Notables including Moonis Elahi, Sherry Rehman, Mahira Khan and Aamir Liaquat Hussain have expressed their outrage over his unethical behaviour. Mahira also questioned why a man who abused a woman on a live TV show is given projects after projects.
I am shocked at what I have just heard and seen!! Sick to the core. This same man who abused a woman on tv is revered and given project after project because of what? We are as much to blame if not more for perpetuating this thinking! #khalilurrehmanqamar
— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) March 4, 2020
I will not accept any show on @NeoTv_Network until this anchor apologises and this abusive man boycotted. If others ( men and women ) do the same when asked for shows this kind of disrespect to women may not get impunity. Women’s rights are human rights. Enough of this nonsense https://t.co/YAJlmawCXF
— SenatorSherryRehman (@sherryrehman) March 4, 2020
Appalled to see #khalilurrehmanqamar speak in such a way with @marvisirmed . I feel sorry for his mother. تربیت کی کمی
— Moonis Elahi (@MoonisElahi6) March 4, 2020
آپ کو نہیں پسند
نظریے سے اختلاف ہے ، مناسب !
مگر یہ طرزتکلم تواس مخبر خاتون کے ساتھ مولا علی کا بھی نہیں تھا جس نے جنگ میں مخبری کا کام سر انجام دیا
خلیل الرحمن قمر! تم نے مَردوں کے سر شرم سے جھکادیے اور تکبر سے معاشرے کو تقسیم کردیا@marvisirmed #khalilurrehmanqamar pic.twitter.com/Jx4yf10Wow
— Aamir Liaquat Husain (@AamirLiaquat) March 4, 2020
Don’t understand the problem so many are having with #MeraJismMeriMarzi“-Mera jism meri marzi nahi toh kis ki marzi ho gi?? “My body is mine” is a critical component of the Life Skills Based Education classes we teach to help children protect themselves from abuse & harassment
— Shehzad Roy (@ShehzadRoy) March 4, 2020
On behalf of every man except Amir Liaqat I apologize for #khalilurrehmanqamar And not apologize for his actions but his entire being and pathetic existence
— Shahbaz Taseer (@ShahbazTaseer) March 4, 2020
Just saw the obnoxious incident between Khalil Saab and Marvi Sirmad. I see people writing “You can’t talk to a lady like that” and that’s where the problem lies. It’s not a matter of gender. You can’t talk to ANYONE like that! Not even an animal. Khalil Saab is a disgrace 🤦🏻♂️🤮
— Haroon Shahid (@HaroonsMusic) March 3, 2020
I hv not seen such a JAAHIL insan like #khalilurrehmanqamar who the hell he think he is ? News channel invite him, so that he ends up uttering some nonsense and they can fetch some TRPs ! shame on tv channels & Khalil ! Disgraceful
— Nabeel Qureshi (@nabeelqureshi) March 3, 2020
This man shud be banned from all media platforms for life. #khalilurrehmanqamar
— Bilal Ashraf (@IamBilalAshraf) March 4, 2020
#khalilurrehmanqamar how DARE you disrespect a woman like that. You need to sit down and have a think about the gutters in which your mind lives. Shame on you.
— Ushna Shah (@ushnashah) March 4, 2020
Furthermore, the writer has a long history of abusing women. Earlier, he has even called on for women to ‘revenge rape‘ men since its impossible for men, according to him to control their libido. “If women want equality, they need to do the same things men are doing. Go and rob a bus, abduct a man and gang-rape him. Only then I would know there is equality”. His statement created a massive uproar on social media.