Pakistani actress Ishna Shah – hit hard by social media trolling – deactivated her Instagram account on Wednesday to protect her mental health.
Following the controversy surrounding her wedding ceremony, the Prezad starlet wanted to take a few days off from social media as she planned to spend time with her husband Hamza Amin – an Australian golfer.
Shah found himself embroiled in an Instagram war last weekend after he “allegedly bullied a blogger” for bringing Plus One, a photographer who brought a drone when the invite Only the former was.
However, within hours Hubs The actress issued a public apology as she wanted to “move on” and enjoy her big day.
The star, whose claim to fame was her looks. Geo Television Drama serial Human believer aired in 2014, took to his Instagram and shared lengthy notes on the stories to explain his take on the entire episode.
Shah announced that she was taking a break from social media for a few days as the negative comments had deeply affected her mental health and called into question her profession.
In the first part of the two-snap story, she confronted a photographer who released her “raunchy” photos from her wedding and was picked up by multiple portals.
“I apologized to AB. [Lakhani] Just to protect her from trolling and me being bullied mercilessly,” Shah said, referring to an apology she posted and later deleted to a blogger she had been dating. was criticized on social media for bringing photographers and drones to her wedding.
“I am disgusted and feel violated. AB Lakhani of Movishovi was invited responsibly because I have known him for years and he was in the office where we were preparing the invitations. His invitation The letter strictly said no plus one,” he wrote. “He was then sent a memo along with other guests not to record personal moments, esp marriage. Not only did he bring the Plus One, he also brought a photographer without permission [and] Lied to my family that I had allowed it. This photographer then sent exclusive unapproved photos to various. [media] Portals,” she wrote in an Instagram story that has since expired.
In another Instagram story, she added that she hasn’t reacted to online trolling in years, “But I’m a human being at the most vulnerable time of my life; a new bride in a new house.”
“From hiring photography teams who signed NDAs, to hiring security at the door and strict guest lists, I wanted to protect my union and share only what I had to share. Relieved, I worked so hard to make this time private,” he wrote.
“Many people have invaded this privacy to take advantage of our opportunity to have fun, including disrupting our work. marriage. Like any bride, I cringed, just a million times. I had a human moment and I reacted, I exposed the first person I learned of who had invaded my privacy, I defended myself, until I backed off. “I took it because they apologized and I learned that others were involved, in worse ways, and because the damage I’d done would in no way be undone.”
“I have read many comments, they don’t seem to stop. Please believe that I did not get married to hurt our culture, that was not the intention and if people think that I have done that, So I’m sorry. To disappoint anyone. I’m going to sign off from this platform for a few days for the sake of my mental health and to spend this precious time with my wonderful husband and my new family. A blessing.” He added that the incident made him question whether he was “cut for the job.”