Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar, a prominent figure in Pakistani television and film, has created many famous dramas and movies that have had a lasting impact on the entertainment industry.
Some of his well-known works include beloved dramas like “Sadqay Tumhare,” “Bunty I Love You,” “Landa Bazaar,” “Chand Pur Ka Chandu,” “Manjali,” “Boota From Toba Tek Singh,” and “Mere Paas Tum Ho.” Additionally, his hit films, “Punjab Nahi Jaungi” and “London Nahi Jaunga,” have received widespread acclaim.
Aside from his creative work, Khalil Ur Rehman is recognized for being an outspoken Pakistani celebrity who fearlessly shares his views on social issues. His candid nature often comes through during live shows, where he engages in passionate discussions and debates. Currently, he’s captivating audiences with his latest television drama, “Main Manto Nahi Hoon.”
Recently, a video of Khalil Ur Rehman providing insight to Miss Pakistan during a live show has been circulating on social media. The conversation centered around the challenges women encounter in the workplace in Pakistan. While Miss Pakistan shared her perspective on the difficulties women face to achieve success, Qamar presented a different viewpoint.
In his characteristic straightforwardness, he said, “She must have faced hardships in her life, but don’t interrupt me,” in response to Miss Pakistan’s comments. He pointed out that issues are often oversimplified when discussed solely based on personal experiences, without a broader understanding of the world. He acknowledged that women can face exploitation but also highlighted that there are areas where men are exploited.
Mr Khalil Ur Rehman stressed that if women pursue opportunities based on merit, they can succeed. However, if they choose other means, they may inadvertently take opportunities away from hardworking men. He concluded by encouraging women to believe in the principle of merit, as it offers them a more accessible path to success.