Pakistan’s first-ever web-series ‘Churail’ released its trailer on YouTube and people didn’t like the idea of promoting feminism.
Twitterati criticized ‘Churail’ for highlighting women empowerment through smoking and using vulgar language. Here’s what people had to say after watching 2-minutes 46-second trailer taht featured the story of four women from different social backgrounds.
And the manner in which this low-level piece of gutter filth #Churails has depicted “burqa” & tried to link it with oppression as per the nudity based feminist agenda, I’m just going to put this out there 4 naive paki women who think “NANGI HONA = AZAADI” pic.twitter.com/pOSaFSES9x
— Laila Zubair (@lailaasays) July 31, 2020
Is it just me or you guys also noticed that this drama or series whatsoever is a copy of an Indian film ‘Veeray di wedding’ this film is all about vulgarity, abuses, modernism and feminism! Now you can see all of these things in this drama #Churails pic.twitter.com/rjetkzD283
— Amna Saleem (@annasaysss) July 31, 2020
Is this content about so-called feminism, liberalism or they are showing women who wear burqa have any purpose to wear it???
Or then they are giving idea that one can also wear burqa for secret purposes.
Nonetheless, I did not get the point of showing veil here. #Churails pic.twitter.com/mUyrqWJZlr
— Asma Khan (@ImAsmakhan) July 31, 2020
And the manner in which this low-level piece of gutter filth #Churails has depicted “burqa” & tried to link it with oppression as per the nudity based feminist agenda, I’m just going to put this out there 4 naive paki women who think “NANGI HONA = AZAADI” pic.twitter.com/XCrsGs4h2e
— Alee Hayder (@aleehayder0) July 31, 2020
Strong women kia ha? Jo cigarette peeti hu? Galiyan deti hu? Rough language use krti hu?
What is strong woman? I don’t understand their concept?!?#Churails
— 〽️eesha (@its_meesha_) July 31, 2020
The very definition of “strong women” is maliciously being altered, limiting it only to rebillion against men. Such stories do nothing in society but increase misogyny, hate, and intolerance.#Churails
— Bilal Alam (@theBilal_says) July 31, 2020
Smoking and abusive language is called women empowerment. It’s depiction of small narrow minds #Churails
— Ahmad Haseeb (@ahmadhsb) July 31, 2020
‘Churail’ revolves around four women who come together to open a detective agency to expose cheating husbands. Sarwat Gilani as Sara, Yasra Rizvi as Jugnu, Mehar Bano as Batool and Minra Bucha as Zubaida are the main characters of the web-series which will be released on Zee5 ‘Zindagi’. The series is written and directed by Asim Abbasi.