Danyal Zafar shares his Experience of being Bullied

Danyal Zafar recently opened up about his initial academic years and the bullying he experienced back then.

Danyal Zafar shares his Experience of being Bullied f

"I am lucky that in school I had my fair share of bullying."

In an interview with Maliha Rehman, Danyal Zafar opened up about his past encounters with bullies during his formative years.

The discussion started with him disclosing his perspective on Pakistani dramas.

He acknowledged their widespread following while revealing his personal detachment from them.

Despite their popularity, he admitted to not actively engaging with the genre.

Danyal further discussed the dynamics of his social media presence.

He noted a disconnection between the personas he portrays on-screen and his authentic self online.

This incompatibility occasionally leads to challenges in audience connection, as followers struggle to reconcile his real-life identity with the characters he embodies.

Regarding the issue of cyberbullying, Maliha Rehman asked him:

“You got a lot of criticism online. What did you do? Did you turn off the comments?”

Danyal replied: “No, I am lucky that in school I had my fair share of bullying.

“You know when you’re bullied and then you become the bully to protect yourself, I had this weird phase in school. People would talk s**t about me.”

Recalling instances of being subjected to criticism for his speech patterns and mannerisms, he highlighted the resilience cultivated through adversity.

These early experiences of bullying fostered a robust strength within Danyal.

They enabled him to confront and overcome the challenges of cyberbullying in his professional endeavours.

Despite the prevalence of online criticism, Danyal Zafar claims to remain steadfast in his commitment to authenticity.

A user wrote: “There isn’t a single celebrity that doesn’t get hate online.

“You just have to know how to handle it. Since you yourself chose the path of fame.”

Another added: “Danyal seems like such a sweet guy. How could anyone bully him?”

One said:

“Trauma makes a man stronger. If he wasn’t bullied as a child, he would not be this strong now.”

Danyal Zafar is the brother of the renowned superstar Ali Zafar.

Beyond his notable familial connection, Danyal has established himself as a musician. He is currently exploring the realm of acting.

His recent endeavour, Standup Girl, received acclaim from audiences, underscoring his emerging talent in the field.

Despite sharing blood ties with his celebrated brother, Danyal possesses a distinct musical style, setting him apart in the industry.

His talents stand on their own merit, earning him acclaim as both a musician and actor.



Ayesha is a film and drama student who adores music, arts and fashion. Being highly ambitious, her motto for life is, "Even the Impossible spells I'm Possible"



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