In 2017, #MeToo campaign stirred Hollywood with sexual harassment allegations against producer Harvey Weinstein. Globally, many more actors came in support of the campaign and revealed their stories of exploitation in the industry.
Now, Pakistani actress Maria Khan has come ahead to reveal her #MeToo story.
The 33-year-old actress’s film Verna was denied a clearance from the Central Board of Films in Pakistan and the ban was lifted just hours before the film’s release.
“What we have to bear in mind is that, yes, Verna was going to get banned because of the decision of a small minority, but [it] did not get banned because of the majority who stood up for the film. To me, that is a victory,” she told in a interview.
Talking about the #MeToo movement, she said, “Like every woman, I do have a #MeToo story; but if somebody wants to share something personal, they should do it when they want to, not because there is a movement or someone else is talking about it.”