Karachi: Well-known playwright and writer of Pakistan showbiz industry Khalilur Rehman Qamar says that a group of thirty-five thirty-six women wants to eat their system and social status like a dragon and new movie “London Nahi Jaunga”.
During an interview to Naji TV, Khalilur Rahman Qamar, while discussing the problems faced in his life and career, said that his success started after ‘Mere Paas Tum Ho’.
He said that I always do not write about an idea until I believe in it and he wrote it only after believing in the idea of ‘Mere Paas Tum Ho’.
Khalilur Rehman Qamar said that he had to fight for the above idea but my idea and play were successful.
The playwright said that a group of 35 to 36 women wanted to eat their system and social status like dragons and also called some women ‘wild’ without naming anyone.
Khalilur Rahman Qamar revealed that he had written the story of the recently Humayun Saeed, Mehwish Hayat, Kabra Khan and Gauhar Rashid film ‘London Nahi Jaon Ga’ just 7 months before his conflict with a woman on a show.
He said that after seeing ‘London Nahi Jaon Ga’, people will understand that I am not a misogynist, but I know women’s problems better and write about them.
During the interview, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar advised his critics to carry a kettle full of water while watching ‘London Nahi Jaon Ga’, in which he would drown.
At the same time, the playwright addressed the critics and claimed that he is probably one of the few people who never let the knowledge of women fall at the feet of men but kept it high.