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Pakistani author
Born: 1962 (age 60 years), Lahore, Pakistan

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar good activist, lateraly worked with director Saïf Naveed (Urdu: خلیل الرحمان قمر) is a Pakistani writer, director, Urdu poet, lyricist and occasional actor known for such dramas as Pyarey Afzal (2013), Sadqay Tumhare (2014) and top-rated Meray Paas Tum Ho (2019-2020), as well as the 2019 ISPR-produced film Kaaf Kangana.

Khalil ur Rehman Qamar was born in 1962 in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. He studied in a government high school in Shad Bagh, Lahore. He used to write in school too and did further studies in B.Com. MBA.

He started his TV drama career with Dastak Aur Darwaza and later produced a film Qarz (1997) which he also wrote.

He also wrote the dialogues of Ghar Kab Aao Gay (2000), Tere Piyar Mein, Mukhra Chan Varga, Nikki Jai Haan but made his breakthrough with Boota from Toba Tek Singh (1999). Later, he used this style in his dramas Landa Bazar (2002) and Love, Life Aur Lahore.

Khalil ur Rehman started his career in the National Bank of Pakistan but voluntarily retired as he wanted to pursue a writing career. Khalil married his first wife, Rubi Naz.

Later Khalil ur Rehman married his second wife Rozina Qureshi, while being married to Rubi. Rozina is an actress & first wife of actor Faisal Qureshi.

Khalil ur Rehman has a step daughter, Hanish Qureshi, from Rozina’s marriage to Faisal and has two children of his own with Rozina. His son Aabi Khan is an actor.

In mass media and live television panel discussions relating to women’s rights issues, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar supported conservative positions and ended up losing his cool and using gendered slurs.

On March 3, 2020, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar appeared on a Pakistani talk show on Neo News to discuss the Aurat March.

During the discussion, the Pakistani human rights activist Marvi Sirmed interrupted Qamar by saying “Mera Jism Meri Marzi” (meaning “My Body My Choice”), followed by Qamar calling her shameful and making derogatory remarks about Sirmed’s body.

Agence France-Presse reported that Qamar said to Sirmed that “no one would even spit on your body” and that she was a “cheap woman” who should “shut up”. Qamar was heavily criticized by politicians and prominent figures, while Geo TV suspended his contract.

Qamar said he was not stating anything, at the time of her speech, but she interrupted him.

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Khalil ur Rehman Qamar 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar is the most prominent legendary writer, director, and producer. His blunt and outspoken views had always made him land in some controversies. His dialogues and techniques of writing have always won our hearts.

Boota From Toba Tek Singh, Landa Bazar, Sadqay Tumharey, Meray Pass Tum Ho, and Bunty I Love You are his top most famous and praised projects.

Meray Pass Tum Ho is a masterpiece by Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar that made people hooked on this serial till the end. The dialogues from the serial are still getting appreciated on social media.

He is a strongly opinionated person and never hesitates from putting forward his thinking and opinion on certain issues. A few months back the legendary writer got entangled in a live argument with Marvi Sarmad that eventually lead to a never-ending discussion.

Recently the elder son of Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar tied the knot and this ceremony was definitely a star-studded event. Many renowned Pakistani celebrities attended the wedding.

Babar Ali, Reema Khan, Sahiba, Rambo, Javeria Saud, Syed Noor, Saima, Humaira Arshad were spotted at this ravishing event. The beautiful images from the wedding are making rounds on different social media pages.

The man who has written TV serials like Pyarey Afzal, Sadqay Tumhare and Mere Paas Tum Ho, Khalil ur Rehman Qamar came under fire when he crossed all levels of human decency and dignity by hurling profanities at a fellow female panelist and making personal attacks on her appearance.

Appearing on a live show on a local television channel, opining against the upcoming Aurat March on Women’s Day (March 8), Mr Qamar was vehemently opposing the validity of the Aurat March when Marvi Sirmed, also on the panel, interrupted him and reiterated the slogan, Mera Jism Meri Marzi.

This slogan is a spin-off of My Body, My Choice, the global movement for women to have the right to safe abortion. In Pakistan, it refers to a woman’s right to self-defense from harassment and abuse of all kinds.

As a writer, and someone who has the window to influence masses through television, the man’s mindset is his real problem. His hatred for women was evident in how he shouted expletives at Marvi Sirmed. “Mera jism meri marzi?” he snarled at her.

“Apna jism dekho; koi mard thookay ga bhi nahin uss par.” (Your body, your choice? Look at your body. No man would even spit on it.) He then called her a bitch and told her to “shut up”, repeatedly.

Khalil ur Rehman Qamar has undoubtedly been providing priceless fodder to channels that are raking in the ratings by inviting him to share his crude and unfiltered views on women.

The question is, who died and made him the holy saint of morality, especially of morality applicable to women? Why is he being invited to comment on feminism and women’s rights when he is neither a woman nor a woman supporter?

One would think that it would make more sense to have women like Fizza Ali Meerza and men like Nabeel Qureshi, Adnan Sarwar and Sarmad Khoosat (if we’re selecting from film and TV) to advocate the cause since they have made films from a woman’s perspective or in their support.

Mr Qamar’s views and reactions to mostly women who disagree with him is, I feel, the equivalent to harassment and verbal abuse; it’s maybe even worse as it’s camouflaged in the guise of art and literature that is supposed to be a platform for broadmindedness.

Mr Qamar is not broadminded and in fact harbours outdated and Draconian opinions on the role of a woman in the 21st century; his abusive language is nothing short of ‘sexist abuse’.