Maria Wasti Breaks Silence on Her Leaked Private Pictures Controversy

She defends the right to choose what she wants to wear.

The veteran actress Maria Wasti recently appeared in a podcast with Nadir Ali and addressed the controversy surrounding her leaked pictures from her vacation in Thailand with Ayesha Omar in 2017.

When asked about the controversy surrounding her photos, Maria Wasti responded,

Now, one can’t even go to the beach. Also, those were our personal pictures; it happened years ago when no one knew about privacy settings, and those pictures were leaked by Ayesha Omar’s friends.

She added,

Well, it’s still happening in Pakistan people love to leak audio and videos of people, and sadly it happened to us.

Expressing her disappointment with the criticism she defended her right. Maria said,

 We wore such clothes because it’s our life, and we have a choice of what to wear and what not to wear, I received criticism, and I was obviously not happy about it.

This isn’t the first time the actress’s private pictures or videos got released, once before the video of her drinking alcohol goes viral on social media. They slammed the actress for drinking beer and getting drunk. People questioned the ethics and culture of our showbiz industry.

Maria Wasti is one of the most respected and reputable actresses in the showbiz industry. She has been entertaining the public for a long period and is often seen hosting interesting shows on TV. The talented star has made a name for herself in the entertainment business by consistently delivering memorable performances.

Maria Wasti has made a name for herself with her performances in hit dramas such as Kallo, Neend, Ashiyana, and Buri Aurat.


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  1. Yes. Maria Wasti is right. Like other celebrities, Pakistani celebrities also have the right to wear what they want or “not wear at all”. If you dare to object to the bold or scanty dressing of our celebrities, you’ll be ridiculed for being “moral policeman or policewoman”.

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