KARACHI – The recent legalization of Gay marriages all across the US has caused quite disturbance on social media. Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi who is seldom to be known for giving his views on political matters has come out to speak openly against Gay marriages.
The celebrity, in the past, has expressed his opinion on various issues and having a following of about 2.1 million on his official Facebook page, we deduce that his word matters.
The “Pyarey Afzal” actor, who frequently targets Pakistan’s political leaders in his statuses, shout at Pakistani ‘liberals’ for supporting legalization of same sex marriages in US .
Hamza Ali Abbasi, who has come under attack for posting controversial remarks, has again courted controversy. Annoyed by Muslims uploading rainbow colors as their Profile picture (as a symbol of homosexuality celebration), He expressed his disappointment in a number of posts.
“I am really sorry but i am disappointed at people in Pakistan celebrating a behaviour which is taboo even in animals,” said Hamza in a post.
Though, the outburst against gay pride did not stop there. Hamza’s status produced responses, to which he replied with yet another post.
The actor had earlier declared his decision to resign from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s post of “secretary culture”.Hamza had stated that he had not acted according to his beliefs (when he had starred in Jawani Phir Nahi Aani) and also said that the Film was against the cultural norms of Pakistan.
On the other hand Indian director and producer Karan Johar responses aggressively to twitter troll who joked about his sexual angle.
Karan Johar, is always made fun of for harboring a feminine like attitude and lightly alleged of being gay. As the world celebrated gay pride, a troll on Twitter seemed to anger the producer by calling him “gay”.
A user by the name of “Pratik Malhotra” stated by tweeting,
— Pratik Malhotra (@PratiikMalhotra) June 27, 2015
As can be seen; Karan was ‘disgusted’ at the joke and did not hesitate in giving an appropriate reply to the troll.
https://t.co/5We8Ko4Sbg it’s so sad and disgusting when a major breakthrough movement is made into a mockery by some on Twitter!! Shame!!!
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) June 27, 2015