The stars related to the Showbiz industry are often facing severe criticism due to some of their statements, but the case can also be terminated by demanding its apology, as the stars can also make mistakes like ordinary people.
But if these stars do not accept their mistakes in the past rather than reject them, especially when they also apologize for their mistake, this is definitely a problem.
Some such famous actor and comedian Yasir Hussain did during a show.
Yasir Hussain became a part of Waseem Badami’s show where the host asked Yasir Hussain to make an inappropriate joke during the awards in 2017.
When Ahsan Khan came to the stage to get the award for Best Actor (negative category) for the drama Serial ‘Udari’, which was about sexual violence on children, Yasir Hussain said, ‘so beautiful Child Monster (Sexual Abuse of Children), I wish I was a child.
After which the people in this award show criticized Yasir Hussain while raising the issue on social media, while Yasir also demanded to apologize.
Social worker and politician Jibran Nasir also criticized Yasir Hussain on social media.
After which Yasir Hussain himself wrote in a post, apologizing to the fans on his Instagram account, saying that ‘The comment I made was unintentional. I didn’t mean to hurt anyone. I regret saying it, as it was not a part of the script, and was more of a slip of the tongue that happened in the spur of the moment. It was no way meant to undermine the delicate issue.’.
However, when Waseem Badami asked Yasir Hussain about this, the actor dismissed this statement and said, “I have never said anything like this, no one has seen, no one has heard, just someone But by anger, some tweeted and our people supported it. ‘
When Waseem Badami recalled his apology for Yasir Hussain, he said, “I do not remember what I said, there is no video of this incident, that means that nothing happened. Never said anything you are mentioning ‘.
The strange thing is that Yasir Hussain is rejecting a statement for which he has repeatedly apologized for himself in the past.