Recently, Imran Ashraf took to his Instagram to share a video of his son Roham sitting at his toes and making an attempt to tie his father’s untied shoelaces. He captioned the submit “Karam meray maalik ka (Kindness of my creator)”, as a manner to categorical his gratitude to God for blessing him with a caring little one.
In the video, the Ranjha Ranjha Kardi actor may very well be seen smiling, silently pointing to Rahm as he tried to tie his shoelaces, pausing, after which pointing up on the sky in a gesture that prompt that he owes this current of life to God who lives within the Heaven above. For the Raqs-e-Bismil protagonist, this was a heart-warming second captured superbly. Many of Imran’s 3.1 M followers echoed the identical. But some took the chance to troll the Mushk hero for his efficiency. And Ashraf’s response is a lesson on how to deal with trolls, particularly as a star.
“Meri phupo bhi aise acting karti hai (My aunt can act like this),” commented an Instagram consumer on the video to which Imran shortly clapped again, calling out the person for mocking him and education him for additionally not directly making enjoyable of his personal kin. “Yaar tumharay baap ki bahan hai. Uski tou izzat karo. Social media par bhi nah ichor rahay baichari ko (Dude, she’s your father’s sister. Have some respect. You’re not leaving the poor woman alone even on social media),” responded the Dum Mastam star.
Ashraf unknowingly presents a easy however efficient manner to deal with hate on-line, particularly within the age of political correctness. The actor’s response highlights his tolerance for criticism and likewise displays how trolls may be left speechless when trolled in return. Ashraf additionally redefines trolling by towing the road of confronting and respectfully educating. He additional proves why it’s not all the time vital to give explanations or defend oneself.