Khalil ur Rehman perhaps called Adnan Malik a ‘hijra’ & people are livid!

Another day, another hate speech by Khalil ur Rehman Qamar and this time he isn’t just targeting women. In a show on BOL, the writer went on to spew hate against Adnan Malik and the rest of the industry calling them hijras, a slur for transgenders in our society.

What’s more problematic is the applause and cheers that followed after his transphobic comments. What triggered Khalil ur Rehman Qamar was Adnan Malik speaking out against his misogynistic remarks on twitter:

It should also be noted that Adnan Malik played Khalil in Sadqay Tumhare which was based off of Khalil ur Rehman Qamar’s true love story. As the video surfaced the internet, people were disgusted at the vile and transphobic comments:

Actress Armeena Khan shared her thoughts:

Rightly said:

Many pointed out how there is nothing wrong in being a hijra:

The king of exposing himself over and over again:

People had a lot to say:

People were now seeing that his problematic behaviour was not just limited to women:

Jami shared how KRQ should be completely banned from the industry:

People were all support for Adnan Malik:

Many were of the opinion that he feeds on hatred:


Some weren’t even surprised at this point:

Shots were fired!

Yes please!



Many thought it was about time that words like ‘hijra’ and ‘khusra’ should not be used as insults:

People were convinced that he’s mentally unstable:

People were questioning PEMRA:

People were also furious at the channels who keep calling him for the sake of ratings:

People were angry!

What do you think about KRQ’s transphobic comments? Let us know in the comments below!

  1. Transgenders so called Hijras are also humans. But YOU certainly are not one.

    This man seriously has some psychic issues. I feel sorry for him.

  2. “We find that whole communities suddenly fix their minds upon one object and go mad in its pursuit; that millions of people become simultaneously impressed with one delusion, and run after it, till their attention is caught by some new folly more captivating than the first.”

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