Some Pakistani men have a serious problem with Esra Bilgic in a bra – not that it’s their business – Comment

There are many things Pakistani men do not seem to like online, but at the top of the list is a woman who carries (and advertises) what she wants. The latest cause of their outrage – Turkish actress Esra Bilgic released a shoot she made for the lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret. Men have taken to the comments section of Bilgic’s Instagram post to express their (unwanted and unwarranted) opinions.

Bras and Pakistani men have a troubled relationship. They were obsessed with the color of actor Mehwish Hayat’s bra, and now they’re trying to monitor Bilgic commercials and wearing lingerie with a blazer. The Pakistani men in her comment section seem to think she really is Halime Hatun, the character she played in Resurrection: Ertugrul. They can not get over Halime Hatun and seem to have a big problem separating imagination from reality.

Pakistani commentators reminded her of the “roots” they believe she has as Hatun. “Toba Astaghfar. Nak katva di Ertugrul bhai ki [Dear lord! You have shamed Ertugrul bhai]”, wrote one user during her Instagram post.

One even demanded that the actress delete her post, while others said she was responsible for carrying “izzat [honour]”of the tribe to which Hatun belonged. Her post also broke” many hearts “, but for a follower it was an opportunity to offer” Pakistani money “so that Bilgic could stop filming like this.

Their unwarranted comments resulted in “embarrassment” for other fans who did not approve of the comments in Bilgic’s post. Many Pakistanis said they were ashamed of these comments and sincerely apologized for it. Many Turkish supporters also jumped to her defense.

Some of the supporters even suggested Pakistani men “lower their gaze”, and a few reminded them that the actor is from Turkey, where women “wear such things in commercials”. “You have no right to talk about the preferences of others, this is secular Turkey. The person you act as does not have to reflect yourself, not even a historical figure,” wrote one follower.

Some Twitter users shared comments made by men during Bilgic’s posts and selected their favorites.

One had the perfect GIF for the occasion.

For this Twitter user, the comments are an example of how “controlling Pakistani men can get”.

This user ‘likes’ was a protest against “the audacity of Pakistani men”.

Another wondered if the men had just discovered that the actor was wearing a bra.

Even TV show host and RJ Anoushey Ashraf took to her Instagram story and asked “why do men not stop following her [Bilgic]? “She also said why men can not cover their eyes and only open them when they have to read, drive a car and watch TV.

This is not the first time the actor has been morally overseen by Pakistanis. Two years ago, desi trolls had proven to be the worst when they criticized another post by her in which she boasted of a bralette paired with a black blazer. Supporters of Pakistan had urged the Turkish government to take “strict action” against the actress for her choice of clothes.

Two years later, it seems history is repeating itself, and Bilgic’s followers have still not learned the difference between wheels and real. So to all the men looking for police Bilgic and her clothes – just do not. She does not owe you or anyone else anything and she can carry and do whatever she wants.

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