Zhalay Sarhadi Thinks Hiring Esra Bilgic As Brand Ambassador Is A ‘Slap On Our Faces,’ But The Internet Thinks Differently!

After Yasir Hussain, actress Zhalay Sarhadi shares her reservations on hiring Turkish stars as ambassadors for Pakistani brands, and she did not shy away from speaking her heart out.

When asked on her opinion on international stars coming to Pakistan, Zhalay said “We have short term gains. If you have chosen Halima and made her a brand ambassador over here, it’s a slap to our faces. It’s an actual slap to our faces. Why are you borrowing a star from another country? Why don’t you create anything over here? Why are you afraid of creation?”

Her questions have left people thinking a lot of things:

Many thought she was trying to seek attention:

Others believed it was her fault:

Many thought she was jealous:

Some barely knew who Zhalay was:

Others thought she was insecure:

Someone pointed out how artists don’t come with territorial restrictions:

People were throwing shade at Zhalay and her career:

Shots were fired:

Some found it to be very unprofessional:

People were comparing the situation to Bollywood:

Well, well?

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

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  1. Personally I don’t think Pakistani Stars should feel offended or ashamed. As the actors in Pakistan industry quote “art has no boundaries” so why become jealous of Esra? Actors are taking it too Personally. Instead of endorsing rubbish such as fair and lovely work on building yourself up and searching for your next project or advert to work with. If actor’s stick to advertising and promoting fair and lovely then nobody will take you seriously your skin colour doesn’t matter it’s 2020 please Pakistan let’s wake up and pay attention the Black lives matter affect all and those who actors who say no to such rubbish adverts and brand promotion tend to go further in there career.

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