Actors Zarnish Khan and Hamza Sohail have expressed their concern on the rising crimes against women in Pakistan.

Taking to Instagram, the Sun Yaara actress wrote: “Nowadays, whenever I open my social media, I only see stories about people being raped, murdered, harassed, or fight over women’s clothes. Why is this country in such a mess?”

The Yeh Dil Mera star urged people to raise their voice, saying: “Raise your voice for the greater good instead of bashing individuals for their dressing, their statements, or their personal choices. It is time for the Awaam to rise up and use social media to demand basic human rights instead of fighting about petty issues and wasting time on gossips.”


She added, “I find it extremely depressing to see that our society has become crippled as well as finding itself teetering on the edge of lawlessness. There needs to be an end to this chaos by the authorities as soon as possible so that we can all feel safe at home and on the streets. We have been racked by terrorism for decades, and now we have these animals wearing human skin to continue the sad story. When will it all end?”


Raqeeb Se actor Hamza Sohail expressed his concern for the plight of women in Pakistan with an exclusive heartfelt statement to The Current, “The recent surge in horrific incidents of femicide across the country is heart wrenching for all Pakistanis. I feel there’s a dire need to prevent the unfurling moral decline in our society. It’s high time that we condemn these horrendous crimes and take a pledge to protect our women.”

He also penned a thought provoking note on his Instagram handle.

On the work front Hamza will be seen next in Big Bang Entertainment’s Main Hari Piya.