[WATCH] Noman Ijaz going from joking about flirting with women to lecturing on religion in 2 minutes
A lawyer by qualification and an actor by profession, Noman Ijaz is one of Pakistan’s most loved and respected actors.
In a recent interview, Noman Ijaz was witnessed boasting about his successful marriage.
“We are keeping up with it by fulfilling its limitations. If I talk about my wife, Rabia, I am very lucky because she is adorable.”
He further shared that he keeps falling for other women despite being married and acts on these feelings.
“I fall in love all the time. I am a very loving person. If I see a beautiful woman inside out, and if she is a difficult woman, I let myself fall for her.”
When asked as to how his wife reacts to his flings, the actor said that he is such a ‘great artist’ and an ‘intelligent man’ that he doesn’t let his wife find out about any of his extramarital affairs.
In the same interview, Ijaz seems dismissive about the #Metoo movement that stands against women’s exploitation. Responding to a question of the host over #Metoo, he said this is all a result of people not being close to religion.
The actor has come under fire for his remarks, and netizens are calling him out for his hypocrisy.
Ok honestly no words- this man who openly cheats and probably harasses young women is saying women calling out predators like him goes against religion. But you cheating is ok. This is disgusting and so sad that these ppl are given a platform.
— Maheen Ghani (@maheenghani_) September 8, 2020
This show is pathetic, the host has no skills to conduct an interview…
Moreover about what he is saying; tou, beta beta aur meri jaan, kah ker tou bohat se log boundaries cross ker jaatay hein!! How come Iffat Raheem didnt catch him on what he said!!
— Sobiah Qureshi (@SobiahQ) September 7, 2020
In the same interview, Noman Aijaz supported Mohsin Abbas and rubbished the allegations (with pictures as evidence) levelled against him by his wife Fatima of severe domestic violence. I wonder how Noman's wife is content with his hypocritical personality.
— jeeneyDo #MeraJismMeriMarzi (@do_jeeney) September 7, 2020
It is very sad to this type of behavior in the Pakistani society and more importantly becoming the norm and can be seen on TV sitcoms as acceptable and funny, for example sitcom Bulbulay!
— Naureen Zaidi (@naureenzaidi2) September 7, 2020
Even disgusting that Iffat Omer laughed it off by saying I need to learn a few things from you and then proceeds to say ‘now let’s talk about an issue that is very close to my heart – The MeToo movement’.
They’re all liars & fake their support for women. https://t.co/ZhjA9vPL3a
— Z (@ZayHussain) September 8, 2020
Apparently cheating on your spouse is aqalmandi.
Standing up against harassment is dangerous and because of ‘deen se doori’
I can’t decide which punchline to pick here 🤷🏽♀️
But Pakistani men definitely are in their own league https://t.co/S4buLCXcXd
— mirza (@_a_mirza) September 8, 2020
He boasts of cheating on his wife without letting her have a wind of it; such is his acumen at this. But things like #MeToo and women accusing men of sexual exploitation is because they don't understand 'Deen'/religion.
A typical dumbo man in the land of pure! https://t.co/Vmw8xrzkOl
— Zulfi Rao (@ZulfiRao1) September 8, 2020
This is sickening. I used to be a big fan of Noman Ijaz, but at the end of the day he is just a typical Pakistani man. https://t.co/JmlouUFQB3
— ndotyot (@ndotyot) September 8, 2020
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