According to Rabi Pirzada, women in bold dresses stay away from me


Rabi Pirzada said that whenever she saw a hijab woman in the past, she stood two steps away from her and now women with bold clothes stay away from me. Rabi Pirzada in an interview before leaving showbiz talked about life and also spoke openly about people’s hatred towards him after his videos leaked.

Rabi Pirzada said that when a campaign was launched against me on social media, I started to hate myself and the people I considered my best benefactors also left me. She said only my parents were by my side. And she prays that God blesses everyone with parents like them.

In response to a question, she said that although I started wearing hijab, she is still the same Rabi Peerzada as before. He said that I always keep the hair from the first part of the head open during hijab because I’m always like that, I don’t hide my hair from the camera. Rabi Pirzada said I wear hijab now.

However, my driver and my cook are also non-mahram men, so as I remain veiled before them, at the same time they prayed that Allah would grant me the ability to veil myself completely.

She said that when I wore a trouser shirt or a bold dress in the past, I would two steps away from veiled women and now women with bold dresses stay away from me. Rabi Pirzada said that I think it is therefore understood that in fact veiled women are beautiful. He said that in the past when someone suggested me to go Umrah, I used to say why should I go to Umrah, but now I wish only Makkah and Medina see it. Rabi Pirzada said that I eat food for four people alone, while I am very fond of sweets and eat up to one and a half kilograms of sweets at a time.

Previously she used to stay away from women with hijab, now women with bold dresses
stay away from me Rabi Pirzdah.

When a campaign was launched against her on social media, they also started to hate me, those people I considered my benefactors also left me

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