Sara Khan Blasted For Doing A Pakistani Commercial

Sara Khan is at trolls’ radar one more time. The actress has featured in a Pakistani commercial and posted the video of the ad on her social media. In no time, she was slammed for working in the neighbouring country

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Sara Khan Blasted For Doing A Pakistani Commercial

TV actress Sara Khan is often in news for her bold social media posts. She also gets trolled a lot of times for them. Here’s a latest instance where the actress has been slammed for a fresh post. However, this time it is not about going bold in her appearance but for working in a Pakistani commercial.

Sara has endorsed a Pakistani beauty fairness cream brand and posted the video of the ad on her Instagram with a caption that read, “My new Pakistani commercial #faizabeautycream”

In no time after posting the video, Sara started receiving hate comments for working in Pakistan and endorsing their product. Here are a few comments by trolls, blasting her for the act.

sara khan trolled for her pakistani ad
Sara Khan Trolled For Her Pakistani Ad

sara khan trolled on instagram for her pakistani ad
Sara Khan Trolled On Instagram For Her Pakistani Ad

It’s not the first time that Sara has been a victim to trolling. A few weeks back, she was slammed for posing in a gold bikini during her Dubai holidays. At that time, trolls had accused her of wearing 'obscene' clothes in spite of being a Muslim and insulting Islam. Sara knew that she will get trolled for it and maybe that’s why she had smartly captioned the picture as, "Haters are confused admirers".

Before this, Sara made headlines for posing nude with her sister in a bathtub. She had later deleted the video and said it went live by mistake. However, the actress got heavily trolled for that video too. Coming to her Pakistani commercial, let’s see what Sara has to say to her haters this time.

Image Source: instagram/sarakhan

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