The video shows Alizeh sitting in a car at a traffic signal with her friends. She can be seen smoking a cigarette. Some netizens slammed her act and called the actor a “hypocrite.” She was also accused of promoting “European culture.”
Pakistani celebrities and politicians expressed their grief over the news. Netizens also offered prayers for the departed actor and condolences to his family.
Saba Qamar who is playing the female protagonist in the film said, "'Mrs and Mr Shameem' is a contemporary story that questions the stereotypical gender roles defined by society.
Lata Mangeshkar death shook many music fans in both India, where she was from, and Pakistan, where she had a massive fan following. Among her many fans are Pakistan's celebrities.
The movie, which features a love story between a married man and a transgender woman, is Pakistan's entry for next year’s Academy Awards and was a prizewinner at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Twitterati have showed their support to the actress and a special hashtag #westandwithrabipirzada was also created.
One user said: "Guys please avoid tweeting about or sharing Rabi Pirzada's video leak. It can have a negative effect on her..."
The emerging star has uploaded 224 videos on TikTok, the majority of which have received close to 100,000 to 1 million likes.
Singer Rabi Pirzada announced on Monday that she will parting ways with Pakistani entertainment industry following the controversy that engulfed social media recently over her leaked private photos and videos.
Veteran Pakistani television actor, director and producer, Abid Ali passed away at the age of 67. The funeral prayers of the renowned TV actor were offered in Karachi’s Bahria Town on Friday, local media reported.
As Pakistan marked the seventh anniversary of the Peshawar Army Public School (APS) carnage on Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said the country has successfully defeated terrorism and vowed to never let down the survivors and parents of those martyred in the tragic incident.