Pakistan’s most beloved actress Meera has resorted to an unusual way to finding her lost phone. According to a video shared by Independent Urdu on Twitter the Baaji star has misplaced her phone and offered Rs 500,000 to the person that finds it. “I have lost my IPhone and the person that finds it will get Rs 500,000,” she said. Many were quick to show their concern for the lost item while others were left confused as to why the diva resorted to offering a large amount of cash for a phone.
پاکستان کی مشہور اداکارہ میرا کا آئی فون گم ہو گیا ہے اور ان کا کہنا ہے کہ اس فون کو تلاش کرنے والے کو پانچ لاکھ روپے انعام دیا جائے گا۔ pic.twitter.com/eq0k7aauYF— Independent Urdu (@indyurdu) December 22, 2020
A number of Meera’s fans were quick to show their concern for the lost item.
However, a few were concerned as how can she offer such big reward as earlier Meera was seeking for government’s financial aid due to poor work situation owing to COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier last month, she accused people, without referring to the exact names, of accusing a real-life heroine. “Some people are accusing a real-life heroine like me.”
Meera was pushed to tears during the conference as she brought a script in her hand. She also warned to hang herself if allegations proved true, “If the allegations against me are proved true, I will hang myself.”
On the other hand, ‘Baaji’ actress claimed that she has given favors to a few people, “for the sake of humanity”. “I am a pure, virtuous, and truthful woman.”
“I present my records to all agencies. You may (try and) hold me accountable.”
An organizer Saleem Guddu had alleged that the film star ran after taking Rs100,000 advance and some dresses. He also claimed that she was due to appear in an event on November 6 in Hyderabad. He claimed that her fraud left him faced Rs600,000 loss. He made an appeal to the authorities.
In the press conference, Meera justified that she was innocent. She also said that she would be showing the bank statement to the media. However, she had a clash with some journalists later, she left the conference leaving her fathers and fellows behind.