It Is Absurd To Talk About Equality Between Men And Women, Says Mathira
Actress and TV host Mathira says that it is foolish to talk about equality between men and women. Both can never be equal as they are different.
In an interview with Tabish Hashmi, Mathira said it is wrong to talk about equality between men and women or give more importance to any gender.
She mentioned that how she gained fame with her notoriety.
Mathira said that she did not know anyone in the industry when she started the program from a small TV channel, but the person who insulted her on a live show made her famous.
According to the TV host, she did not have much understanding of Pakistani society initially, and as soon as she arrived in Pakistan from the African country Zimbabwe, she wore short dresses and even wore a bold dress in a TV yoga program.
In response to a question, Mathira opened up that she was born and raised in Zimbabwe, and his father was a famous politician of Zimbabwe.
She added that when her father and mother got divorced, she came to Pakistan with her mother, and after coming here, she learned a little Punjabi language, including Urdu, but at first, she did not have much understanding of Pakistani society.
According to Mathira, she wore shorts in Zimbabwe, so she also wore shorts in Pakistan in the early days, but then she realized that Pakistani society has different requirements.
She said that she first fell in love at the age of 16, but she would call it a mistake, not love, because it is when a person makes mistakes to learn things.
She also talked about her 5-year marriage and said that she is now raising her son after divorce and wants her son to get a good education.
Talking about Pakistani society, Mathira said that people treat 'sex' as a taboo, but they also do it.
She said that her favorite politician in Pakistan was Benazir Bhutto while she thought that the best government was that of Pervez Musharraf and the other was that of Asif Ali Zardari.
She added that she liked Bilawal Bhutto Zardari the most among the recent politicians and was sure that his time would come.
Mathira jokingly said that if she met Prime Minister Imran Khan, she would ask him, "Should we panic now?"
Instead of reacting harshly to being criticized by fans and calling the actress obscene, she said she didn't care about anyone's criticism.