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Celebrities know their social and human responsibility and often raise their voice against injustice and violence.  Following Noor Makhdoom’s barbaric murder, several stars have addressed the horrific incident. Saba Qamar also took to  Instagram to share a powerful message.

“Someone said today that all of us women are just one man away from being the next hashtag and it sent shivers down my spine,” the actor who played the late Qandeel Baloch in Bhaagi wrote.



“If you are a man and you’ve ever cared even once for any woman in your life, please call out men in your circles with predatory behaviour,” she added urging them to break the bro code.

“Please break your bro codes. If you can’t do that then stop pretending to be an ally because you’re only enabler then,” she concluded.”

Churails star Mehar Bano had earlier shared that Saba Qamar is a woman who stands against injustice in an exclusive interview with Aamna Isani of Something Haute.

Mehar shared that while many times female artists are scared to speak up for themselves, Saba Qamar is a fierce woman who rescued her after she was harassed by someone on set at a very young age.

“Saba Qamar came to my rescue. I was harassed by a mic wala on set. You can get harassed at any time by anyone when especially when you don’t know what’s going on and you’re just a child. As I was young at the time, I was really confused,” she said.

“I told her and she went on set and had him kicked out,” Mehar added, saying it was one of the first experiences of someone having taken such a “strong stand” for her.