Mahwish Hayat is a very renowned Pakistani actress. She is a very established performer and entertainer. she has worked in various big projects such as Na Maloom Afraad, Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, Actor in Law, Punjab Nahi Jaungi and Load Wedding, her upcoming movie Chalawa is on its way. All of these movies proved to be among the best movies so far. Pakistani Film industry which was the most infamous industries in the world. Mahwish proved herself as a very versatile actor in all the movies she worked in and earned herself many awards throughout her career.
Hayat’s career is full of blockbuster movies. Which ever role she opted to do became popular and won our hearts. She has also worked in many dramas namely Mairay katil mairay dil dar, Dil lagi, Merat ul uroos, Unsuni. all of her dramas were big hits. She bagged several best actress awards TV and Films .
Mahwish was awarded Tamgha-e-Imtiaz by the President of Pakistan in recognition of her good work. This award is considered to the third biggest award in the country. Mahwish is head over heels after receiving this award.
The haters geared up as soon as they received this news. They started a campaign on the social media and started a debate weather she deserved this award or not. media was flooded with all the possible hatred for her that can ever be.
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Celebrities and politicians reaction to her award
All the celebrities and politicians stepped forward in support of Mahwish and showed solidarity.
Mahwish couldn’t stay quiet after seeing all the hate messages . She took her thoughts to Instagram where she wrote:
“An eight year old girl went to the PTV studios holding her mother’s hand tightly. She was totally clueless about all the hustle and bustle going on around her. But she was equally fascinated by the lights, the cameras and the way in which everybody was hard at work including her mother who was an actress. Even as a child the wobbly sets amused her but she could see on the screens the magic being woven in that studio creating dreams for so many people. Yesterday that same little girl arrived at the Aiwan e sadr holding tightly on to her mother’s hand equally bemused by her surroundings. That girl knows that she is blessed to be there receiving such a prestigious honour in the company of such distinguished people following in the footsteps of so many legends, so many of her own heroes. At heart she remains that simple little girl from Karachi who has been fortunate to live her dreams. Her journey from that PTV studio to the Awan-e-sadr has been a long one and by no means the easiest. But never in her wildest dreams did she see this recognition coming at such a tender age. Nor did she see the role she would go on to play in the revival of Pakistani Cinema and her contribution being acknowledged in this way…!
Thank you to the Government of Pakistan and the President for bestowing this honour upon me and making the dream of that little girl come true. Today, I share this with all the other girls in Pakistan who have a dream, to them I simply say, “Hope lies in dreams, in imagination, and in the courage of those who dare to make dreams turn into reality.” Thank you also to all my family, friends and colleagues who have shared this wondrous journey and above all to all the fans who have supported me each step of the way and made me worthy of this award! 🙏🇵🇰
After receiving this award Mahwish penned down a note to all the haters.
Mehawish Hayat wrote that “Though I didn’t want to, I feel that I must address the nonsense that some people are spewing about my award. Debate all you like whether you think I deserve it or not – we live in a democracy and everyone is entitled to their opinions. I respect that. However, I do draw the line when my character is being questioned in the most filthy way. I never wanted to make this a gender thing but it is unfortunate that others seem to be. I’ve been called a tawaif, a slut, a whore and so many other fanciful names so often that it has stopped affecting me. However, to suggest that I slept my way to this award is an abhorrent slur on all the hard-working women in our country. We may be part of an industry that is seen to be glamorous – but it doesn’t mean that we have forsaken our morals. What gives anybody the right to drag my name into the gutter with crude insinuations. You don’t know me! Thank you to all the supporters and also to all the haters, the last couple of weeks have been quite an eye-opener for me. Mehwish Hayat, Tamgha-e-Imtiaz”.
Pakistani people are always complaining about being unrecognized and unnoticed all the time. So if someone do get noticed we should all support her. Actors are working really hard to bring a very positive image of Pakistan. Support Mahwish Hayat and all those whose efforts are being recognized by the government. Support media industry.