Saba Qamar recently posted a short but powerful message for the men who follow her on social media.
The actor — who played the late Qandeel Baloch in the television serial Baaghi — addressed her fans through an Instagram Story. "Someone said today that all of us women are just one man away from being the next hashtag and it sent shivers down my spine," Qamar wrote.
The actor is one of many women who have recently raised their voice against sexual predators in light of Noor Mukadam's torture and murder.
"If you are a man and you've ever cared even once for any woman in your life, please call out men in your circles with predatory behaviour. Please break your bro codes. If you cant do that then stop pretending to be an ally because you're only enabler then," she concluded.
Qamar is known to speak up for women against forms of harassment, sexual or otherwise. Earlier this year the actor was lauded for coming to the defence of Churails star Mehar Bano who said Qamar rescued her after she was harassed by someone on set at a very young age.
We appreciate Qamar's message because it's something we believe in too. Men (and everyone else) need to start calling out toxic behaviour to prevent violence against women.