On 29th October 2019, Pakistan’s critically acclaimed filmmaker Jamshed Mahmood, popularly known as Jami Moor, in an attempt to protect the #MeToo movement from being derailed, opened up about his own sexual abuse at the hands of a media giant.
NEW YORK: Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was convicted of rape and sexual assault but acquitted of the most serious predatory charges. The 67-year-old was remanded in New York’s notorious Rikers Island jail after the jury of seven men and
PARIS: French actor Adele Haenel and accused the director Christophe Ruggia of her debut film, The Devils for sexually abusing her for years. Sources said that in an interview, the 30-year-old actor revealed the horrors of abuse Haenel had endured
KARACHI: The Pakistani actor Osman Khalid Butt showed his support to filmmaker Jami who was molested by a media tycoon 13 years ago. Osman took to twitter and pinpointed his opinion on the matter. He raised concerns over gender stereotypes
Pakistani singer, actor and flag-bearer of #MeToo movement in the country, Meesha Shafi came forward in support for Film-maker Jami Mehmood after he revealed his story of sexual assault. She took to twitter and extended her support in a series
#Metoo movement provided enough strength and courage to victims to come forward and share the trauma they had endured. In Pakistan, #metoo movement has got attention when many locals along with celebrities including Meesha Shafi broke silence. On Sunday, film-maker