Yasra Rizvi Is Under The News Again
Yasra Rizvi was in the limelight due to "good news", but we think it should've been about her directorial first.
Media covered that the star of "Churails" and "dunk" took her social media to announce the news by giving a hint. The actor wrote, " to deliver or not to deliver on her story", and posted a picture where she could be seen at work, holding a script and flaunting the baby bump. Her Instagram recent has a caption that "Waiting for the monitor p.s. waiting is half the job and patience is the only way to get it done!". That was enough for the fans and fellows to shower her with well wishes and congratulations. She's expecting the first child with Abdul Hadi. The actress is not strange to criticism as in 2017, when she got married, people were double-minded about it. When she tied the knot with an aspiring producer Abdul Hadi, people talked about the age difference, but the actress stood firm like a rock against the most downgraded criticisms by people. The actress silenced the chatters with a video clip about her marriage. Later on, her series "Churail" and a drama "Dunk", which was about an accusation of harassment, got labelled as problematic.
This Time Something Made Rizvi Delete The Story Through Which News Was Out
What actually made the actress delete the story was that she got applauded for her personal life happenings, and the fact that she's working on her first directorial got unnoticed. She retook her Ingram and wrote, " In our country, the newsworthy bit is that I'm pregnant. Not the fact that I am also directing probably the most important script that I have gotten to direct so far while [I'm] due anytime now #workingwomen #BeeGul." Later on, she cleared the air and showed gratitude towards fans and followers, giving prayers and wished her.
For Yasra's Outburst, No One Can Disagree That Women Are Still Facing Stereotypes In Society, Even In The Media Industry
Praising a women's achievement is similar to professional boosting for the development as an equal human being. Why do we only praise men for getting that job and getting that car or a big figure paycheck? Women also can achieve a milestone with the baby bump. That's her enthusiasm towards her career, which needs to be celebrated. Congratulations, Yasra Rizvi, for being an inspiration for all the mommies to be out there. The hustle never stops.