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Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy gives Sonya Hussyn befitting response for trolling Mahira’s movie choices

Looks like June is not really a good month for the actress Sonya Hussyn as first she was bashed by Mathira and now famous filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy just schooled her for her statement stated in the past.

Looks like June is not really a good month for actress Sonya Hussyn as first she was bashed by Mathira and now famous filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy just schooled Sonya for her statement in the past.

It all started back in 2018 when the actress appeared on Yasir Hussain’s talk show. When Yasir asked Sonya that if she was Mahira Khan, which film of hers she would have not done? The host gave her three options: ‘Verna’, ‘Raees’, and ‘Ho Mann Jahan’.

To which, the actress replied that she would not have done Raees as she has no interest in playing a sidekick character to Shah Rukh Khan. The comments recently came under the notice of the Oscar-winning director.

Now, Obaid Chinoy has called out the actress over her choice of words and asserted that such remarks only reflect poorly on one’s upbringing. Sharmeen replied to Hussyn’s comments left a message under a post of a digital media news publication.

“Don’t think you’ll ever be Mahira Khan so you won’t ever get to say no,” Sharmeen said. “Don’t dis other women in the industry reflects poorly on you and your upbringing,” she further added.

Moreover, earlier model Mathira also opened up about being bullied by Sonya Hussyn. She on her Instagram story, while sharing her battle with depression after her divorce, discussed the traumatic experience she faced when actress Sonya Hussyn bullied her. “You are a fake girl. Some women like her are pretty faces but ugly souls”, Mathira wrote in her story.

Read more: Women like Sonya Hussyn have pretty faces but ugly souls: Mathira

However, Mathira later shared a story in which Sonya Hussyn has settled things with her. She wrote in her story, “Sisters forever. United we stand.” In her story, Sonya Hussyn mentioned that she cleared the misunderstanding with Mathira. She also spoke about how depression is real and very difficult to deal with. “Hearing Mathira had to deal with it alone was indeed heartbreaking.”