Actress Nimra Khan from Pakistan isn’t afraid to talk about her personal turbulent marriage in order to help other women learn from her mistakes and be resourceful in challenging circumstances.
The well-known Kis Din Mera Viyah Howay Ga actress has never shied away from discussing her divorce and the hardships she endured during her marriage.
Despite widespread rumours that she had experienced domestic abuse in her marriage, Khan eventually left the situation and is now seen standing up for women who have experienced challenging unions and divorces.
The 32-year-old actress talked candidly about her marriage during a recent guest appearance on the FHM podcast. She also mentioned how important parents are to their daughters’ marriages.
The Saya e Khuda e Zuljalal actress stressed during the conversation that parents must support their daughter and assist her in leaving a toxic marriage if she finds herself in one.
The actress also emphasised how important it is to strike a balance when selecting a partner and a career.
The Mere Humdum actress still fears being undecided when it comes to choosing between her career and life partner, despite the fact that she has moved on in her life and is thriving in her career.
What would you do if you received a great offer and had to decide between pursuing the project and maintaining your marriage? Who bears the consequences if marriage proves to be a disastrous decision? The celebrity expressed her ideas.
Khan disclosed that despite her unsatisfactory marital experience, she continues to support arranged marriages. The actress revealed that she believes in arranged marriage and that she should only love her husband, demonstrating her traditional approach to love.
“I will go for arranged marriage again, but this time, I will get to know the person prior to our wedding,” Khan shared.
The Khawab Tabeer star added that she would never tolerate domestic violence and will raise her voice for other oppressed women. “Women not standing up for herself which makes the situation worse,” Khan said.