Pakistan’s renowned actress Rabi Pirzada who left the showbiz industry a few years back for the sake of Islam has revealed some very dark sides of the Pakistani showbiz industry and media in her latest Podcast session with Pakistan’s renowned Islamic scholar Mufti Tariq Masood.
During the podcast, Rabi Pirzada talked about her old days in the showbiz industry. The former actress told Mufti Tariq Masood about the lavish lifestyle she had, how she once flew a plane and used to keep alligators as her pet, and also is a blackbelt in Karate.
She also said: ”In my 15 years of showbiz career, I have never smoked, never drunk alcohol, I’ve never made any boyfriend and I have never attended any dance parties, even though dance parties used to get organized after my concerts”
Rabi also admits that she used to call out many other celebrities like Mehwish Hayat, Meera, Neelam Muneer, etc but after leaving the industry they all seemed like better people compared to me. Here, you can watch the full podcast of Rabi Pirzada with Mufti Tariq Masood:
After this, Rabi said ”Let me tell you (Mufti Tariq Masood), Our Media is being paid for turning people away from Islam, changing Islam, and imposing Hindu culture on the people” said Rabi.
”I used to sell Rs 1 Crore Drama serial for Rs 7 crore with Rs 6 crore profit because they want poison in the society” added Rabi.
The former actress also criticized the growing vulgar dancing culture on apps like TikTok. ”Father is dancing with her daughter on songs like ‘Tera Nasha Nasha’ which is a very third-class item song.” Rabi further said in the podcast.
”There used to be a time when even if I got a minor cold or temperature the news used to spread like wildfire over every media channel, now that I’m writing the Holy Quran, no one is covering the news,” Rabi said.
Rabi Pirzada used to be one of the most famous celebrities in Pakistan, but now she has left everything and has devoted her life towards Allah and spends most of her time praying, reciting the Holy Quran, doing humanitarian work for the needy people of Pakistan, and doing calligraphy.