Mahira Khan Gets Candid About Her ‘Double Chin’ [Video]

The actress endorses body positivity and shuts down people who shame others.

Mahira Khan has been one of the most graceful and elegant actresses in the industry. She has earned her fame not in just in Pakistan and India but around the world as well. From gaining praises across the border to being the face of L’Oreal and serving divine looks at Cannes.

Mahira Khan

The Sadkay Tumhare star has won the hearts of her audiences not only in dramas but also in blockbuster films like Bol, Ho Man Jahan, Bin Roye, and Superstar. Recently, she made a comeback on our television screens after a long break in the drama serial Hum Kahan Kay Sachay Thay, written by Umera Ahmed.

 

The Humsafar star is not an ordinary celebrity, she is also outspoken about global issues which are important and needs everybody’s attention. In fact, Mahira also made to the list of top 100 influential women in 2020, published by BBC.

A while ago, Mahira Khan gave a little tutorial on “Eid Glam” in a YouTube video. The Raees actress shared tips and tricks which she learned throughout her career. During the tutorial, as she got to the contouring part, she candidly addressed her ‘double chin’ which has been with her ‘since bachpan’. She asked viewers to never let anyone double chin shame you!

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“Mera ek bachpan se problem hai, Jo k hai double chin (I have a problem since childhood, that is double chin),” Mahira says in the video.

Mahira not only validates her double chin but also encourages people to not feel ashamed by anyone, “even if that’s your best friend.” Watch the full video here:




You can do your makeover how you like without being sensitive about what people will say. What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments section below.

Written by Sher Alam

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