Exclusive Interview – Miss Pakistan World 2007: Mahleej Sarkari

By Staff / Published on Tuesday, 23 Dec 2008 07:19 AM / 6 Comments / 1079 views

Pakmanzil presents an exclusive interview of Mahleej Sarkari who was Miss Pakistan World 2007. The interview was shot by Suhrwardy Brothers for their show “Kal Kahan Ab Yahan”.

 

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  1. These bitches are a black spot on our Deen and culture.Using the so called liberalizm and equality of women and men in a totally unjustifiable way.I dont know how they say that wearing nothing on their body represents Pakistan’s culture.And if it is then which part of Pakistan have such vulgar and inhuman values.They claim that that they represent the “suppressed” women of Pakistani society,while 99% of these Pakistani women are against such representation.leaving apart some elite class whores..Also who the hell are these NRPs or overseas dual-nationality holders to represent our local culture,While we have been worst bitten by one ov these NRPs “Shortcut Aziz” as a country.So you better be careful of these “Pakistanis

  2. What does she meanby sayin that women get married and then give birth to childern.I mean thats the rule made by Allah.This is why women have been given an upeer hand over men as mother.

  3. The fundamental problem in Pakistan and other Muslim countries are that we preach Islam givesrights to women and they are the most happiest women on earth. but, the fat fact is that we do theopposite. Very few countries like Turkey and U.A.E has given proper support to their women and it shows in their overall success. Women are protesting by doing all kind of stuff and it’s time muslim men wake up and understand the gravity of the situation and start living in a real world. Men has to change themselves and do better before preaching what is right for women or not. Finish double standards and bias attitude and two-face decision making before pointing finger and others. I don’t support and neither disagree with her. The first change has to be by the men of Muslim world and then women will follow the positive changes and development. BUT PLEASE DON’T JUST COME TO THE FORUM AND NAIVELY PREACH ISLAM BEFORE REALLY PROERLY UNDERSTANDING IT. GIVE WOMEN THE PROPER PLACE FIRST IN OUR CULTURE AND THEN SEEK CHANGE FROM WOMEN. Lon Live Pakistan!!!!!!

  4. BULLSHIT…THIS IS TOTALLY UNISLAMIC…WHETHER ONE THING IS GOING ON IN PAKISTAN FOR 50 YEARS OR 5000YEARS, WHATEVER ISLAM HAS TAUGHT US WE HAVE TO AND MUST FOLLOW THAT..AND ISLAM NEVER TEACHES THAT ANYONE, MEN OR WOMEN BECOME IMMORAL, SHOWING THEIR BODIES.. INFACT IT IS HARAM FOR A WOMAN TO SHOW ANY PART OF THE BODY EXCEPT HER FACE TO ANYONE BUT HER HUSBAND!!!
    THIS GIRL SHOULD BE PROTESTED AGAINST..TOTALLY NOT A PAKISTANI REPRESENTATIVE..PAKISTAN HAS GOT THINGS A 1000 TIMES BETTER THAN THIS!!!

  5. What’s is there, that she thinks is representing Pakistan or its culture. I agree with most of the things said by other guys. This is absurd and a bad name for Pakistan. This is no way of representing the true beauty of Pakistan and its people. Pakistani girls know better and know how to dress up in their traditional Shalwar kameez which represents our culture. For God Sake, these people need to realize who they are, there are not another Jennifer Lopez,etc Hollywood figures…..

  6. if they dont try then there can never be anyone else like jennifer lopez…..jst imagine…if jennifer lopez was from pakistan then would u still have the same ideas? Just because you cant do it doesnt mean you should tie other people striving for success down. she has a right to represent pakistan as much as anyone else and all the publicity she has earned is not because of you but on her own…shes doing a great job and she should be applauded for it! men and women are equal! there is no difference between them!then why are women expected to stay at home, cook, and depend on men who call themselves their husbands but god knows what theyre doing outside! what she is doing is a great job as she is representing beautiful, strong and independent pakistani women!

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