I don't think Khalil-ur-Rehman is '(Haters of Women)', Nadeem Baig Prominent Pakistani director Nadeem Baig has worked on several successful projects in his career, including films like 'Punjab Nahi Jaun Gi', 'Jawani Phir Nahi Ani', and plays 'Pyare Afzal' and 'Dil Lagi'.
His drama ‘‘Mere Tum Pas Ho’’ is also gaining huge popularity among fans.
In this regard, he recently praised the cast of ‘‘Mere Tum Pas Ho’’ in an interview, as well as Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, who wrote the story of the play.
Nadeem Baig said that if Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar did not write such a beautiful story, he probably would not have made this play with such success.
On one occasion when Aftab Omar asked Nadeem Baig that Khalil-ur-Rehman was, by the way, I don’t think (haters of women), but how do they write such beautiful stories?
So Nadeem Baig said, "I know Khalil sir quite a lot already and everyone is aware of his mood".
He told After Omar that if he was talking about the interviews given by Khalil-ur-Rahman, he was just out of touch, but what he was trying to say was with a very wrong example. Was widely criticized for causing
Nadeem Beg added, "I was the first person who criticized him. I called him and asked him why he had said something like that. Shouldn't have said '.
The director added, "They discussed me a lot. Then, ending this debate, I simply told them that Khalil Sahib Ghalib never interpreted his poetry, which he was writing for the people. What do they mean by that '.
"I told them that you don't have to come forward and tell them what you wrote in your story, after which they understood my point," he added.
Nadeem Baig said, "I don't think they are as dead as they look".
Remember that in October this year, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, in an interview supporting the story of his play ‘‘Mere Tum Pas Ho’’, said, 'If women talk about equality, they should rap a male gang'.
In his interview, he said, 'Mere Pas Tum Ho’ is a story of not one but many men. I have seen many men with whom this happened'.
According to the author, "I have seen that when a woman is unfaithful, she speaks with tears in her eyes because she has the support of another man, but when a married man unfaithful, they look. He bows down because he is ashamed. '
After his interview, he was criticized by many eminent personalities of the Pakistani showbiz industry, including Aftab Omar.
In this regard, director Nadeem Baig said, "If we forget an interview and what he has written to date, then we will know how he is."
On the show of women always crying in the plays, Nadeem Baig said it was a misconception that the fans wanted to see such roles of women on TV.
He said that TV tries to get ratings by showing fear to women.
"We should try to get the role that women understand the message of coming out of these difficult moments," she said.
To be clear, in ‘Mere Tum Pas Ho’, Humayun Saeed plays a cheating husband, Ayesha Khan's cheating wife, and Adnan Siddiqui as a businessman who builds relationships with Ayesha Khan.