Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar, a prominent figure in the Pakistani entertainment industry known for his compelling dramas and films, has often been a voice on matters that extend beyond the screen. Recently, he shared some thought-provoking insights during an appearance where he discussed the dynamics between men and women and the role of co-education in society.
With a career that includes the creation of acclaimed dramas like “Sadqay Tumhare,” “Mere Paas Tum Ho,” and films like “Punjab Nahi Jaungi,” Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar’s work has resonated with audiences for its storytelling and emotional depth. However, it’s his views on societal issues that have been making headlines.
In a recent discussion, Qamar touched upon the topic of men exploiting women’s accessibility for their own benefit. He emphasized the idea that a delay in a man’s decision to marry might be connected to having numerous female friends who are easily approachable.
According to him, it is women who bear the brunt of such situations. His suggestion was simple but powerful: women should assert their self-respect and boundaries. By refusing to become easily accessible to men who may have ulterior motives under the guise of friendship, women can not only protect themselves but also contribute to the betterment of society.
This perspective highlights the importance of women setting their own terms in relationships and not succumbing to societal pressures that might compromise their dignity and self-worth. It encourages women to prioritize their own well-being and demand respect from those who seek their company.
Qamar also made remarks about co-education, expressing concerns about its long-term effects on society. He opined that co-education, where both genders study together, has negative consequences. While he acknowledged that these views may be controversial, he firmly stated his belief that co-education can lead to detrimental societal impacts.
Watch the interview below: