Pak actress Rabi Pirzana: Salman films are always about crime | Memsaab.com

Earlier Mahira khan and Saba Qamar had also come under the scanner for taking jibes at Indian artistes and Bollywood.

Pakistani artistes have rarely shied away from expressing their dissent of or mocking Indian actors.

Pakistani artistes have rarely shied away from expressing their dissent of or mocking Indian actors.
In This Image: Rabi Pirzana
While old footages of actresses Mahira Khan and Saba Qamar taking jibes the likes of Salman Khan and Hrithik Roshan, the latest to join the bandwagon is singer-actress Rabi Pirzada.
 

Pakistani movie industry, primarily based out of Lahore and popularly known as Lollywood, had blossomed well a couple of decades back.

Pakistani movie industry, primarily based out of Lahore and popularly known as Lollywood, had blossomed well a couple of decades back.
In This Image: Rabi Pirzana, Salman Khan
However, the prominence deteriorated gradually, over the years, owing to the audience’s preference of Bollywood movies.

Rabi along with Naseem Vicky, has now endeavored to revive the dying Pakistani film industry, with a brand new film, that has Pakistani core values firmly rooted within.

Rabi along with Naseem Vicky, has now endeavored to revive the dying Pakistani film industry, with a brand new film, that has Pakistani core values firmly rooted within.
In This Image: Rabi Pirzana, Salman Khan
During the launch of the film, Rabi also took copious digs at superstar Salman Khan, making comments alluding to his films allegedly promoting criminal activities.

She said, "Every other film released in Bollywood happens to be about crime or some criminal activities, especially the films of Salman Khan.

She said,
In This Image: Rabi Pirzana
My question is, what are Indian film-makers teaching the youth? It seems like they are just promoting crime. There was a time when Pakistani cinema was at its peak, making films with moral lessons and plots highlighting social ethics. We were educating the society through our films, but Bollywood has changed all of that.”