"At the end of the day, we are all humans"
Hania Aamir appeared on Excuse Me with Ahmed Ali Butt and gave an insight into her personal life.
Ahmed asked Hania how she handled the negativity of the trolls, to which she replied if she cannot see it then she cannot feel it.
Hania explained: “You shouldn’t let it consume you because there is nothing constructive in it.
“If anyone says anything to me online then I don’t think it is something that I should give it attention.”
She added that she has more fans and friends who understand her, outweighing the negativity.
Ahmed went on to ask Hania what she thought of gender equality before admitting he felt women were superior to men.
Hania said: “When it comes to cerebral opportunities I believe there should be equality. I just think there should be equal opportunities for men and women.
“I don’t think women compete with men in any other way.
“They want the same opportunities, they only want the equality ‘If you can do it then I can do it too’. At the end of the day, we are all humans, we are all fragile.”
The conversation turned to social media and Ahmed pointed out that although it has given Hania a lot, it has taken from her too.
He questioned Hania if she had learnt anything from it.
Hania Aamir replied: “I have understood now.
“I curate my content in such a way that I edit everything myself. I make sure that I show something everyday but I just stay more in control of it.”
Ahmed agreed and said he felt that people were too trusting on social media.
On past relationships, Ahmed questioned Hania if she had made herself vulnerable after she shared too much on social media.
Hania said: “The good thing is I thoroughly enjoy it, I don’t regret a second of it. The bad part was meant to happen.
“I could not have done anything about it, so there is no regret there.
“It is exactly what I wanted to do at that time. I acted to my level of maturity at the time.
“Now I would handle things differently because I am more mature now.
“But I do not regret what I did in the past, I was happy and I shared everything from my heart.”
“There is strength in vulnerability. If you show people honestly what you are feeling, that takes strength. We live in a superficial world full of facade.
“If one person is being completely honest about their feelings we think it’s their game plan and that they are fake.”
During the rapid segment, Hania told Ahmed that she didn’t regret anything she had done and that she would never intentionally hurt anyone.