Adnan Siddiqui feels betrayed by Khalil-ur-Rehman’s on-air Call

Adnan Siddiqui claimed he felt betrayed by Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar’s on-air call during one of his interviews.

Adnan Siddiqui feels betrayed by Khalil-ur-Rehman's on-air Call f

“If I knew that it was being recorded, I never would have talked."

Adnan Siddiqui found himself embroiled in controversy after comparing women to flies.

The actor later issued a clarification. The situation escalated when writer Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar involved Adnan in a live call during an interview.

In an interview with Maliha Rehman, Adnan Siddiqui addressed the incident and shared his perspective.

He explained that his initial comment was meant as a joke, akin to “locker room talk”.

Adnan said: “I have forgotten how I am supposed to talk on television and how I am supposed to talk while I’m with friends.

“Now I will have to decide that I can not be candid everywhere.

“Friends understand that what you said was meant as a joke, but not everyone gets it.”

He acknowledged that his words were inappropriate for television.

Adnan Siddiqui expressed regret for his choice of words and stated that he would be more considerate in the future to avoid similar misunderstandings.

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar then called Adnan without informing him that the conversation was being recorded.

During the call, Adnan candidly clarified his previous statement.

Maliha asked him: “Did you know that the conversation was being recorded?”

Adnan replied: “If I knew that it was being recorded, I never would have talked. I had no idea that the conversation was being recorded.

“He told me that his colleague was sitting with him and wanted to know what happened, so I spoke about it.”

This unexpected move caught Adnan off guard and added fuel to the already burning controversy.

Adnan expressed his displeasure about being recorded without his knowledge.

He felt betrayed by Khalil’s actions and stated that such behaviour was unacceptable.

Adnan said: “I did not like it. I said to him, ‘Khalil Sahab, this is wrong’.

“He told me that he had informed me about it. If he says he told me, then maybe he told me.

“I don’t remember him telling me, maybe it is my fault. You should always learn from your mistakes.”

This experience has made Adnan Siddiqui more cautious about his words and interactions, especially in public and professional settings.

This episode has also sparked discussions about the ethical considerations of recording conversations without consent.

The debate continues online with the incident once again becoming a hot topic.

A viewer said: “Khalil-ur-Rehman has no manners. He does not think of the other person as a human being with feelings.

“He only does what he likes without taking other people’s feelings into consideration.”

Another added: “I do not like either of these two people but Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar was in the wrong for the unconsented call.”

A third added: “Serves him right for talking about women so disrespectfully.”

video
play-rounded-fill

Ayesha is our South Asia correspondent who adores music, arts and fashion. Being highly ambitious, her motto for life is, "Even the Impossible spells I'm Possible".



What's New

MORE

"Quoted"

  • Polls

    Who will win the Dubsmash dance-off?

    View Results

    Loading ... Loading ...
  • Share to...