Soha Afzal claims She Wants to be a Fourth Wife

On the television show ‘Public Demand’, Soha Afzal revealed that she wishes to be the wife of a man with multiple wives.

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"I want to be a fourth wife to someone."

Renowned host Soha Afzal supports men having several marriages and she admitted she wants to be such a wife on TV show Public Demand.

Soha Afzal, who hosts of Good Morning Public, hails from Lahore and is admired for her eloquence.

Soha expressed her desire to be a fourth wife, citing cultural roots.

Soha Afzal said: “What I want? I want to be a fourth wife to someone. I’ll share two reasons; I would not give you the religious interpretation.

“Well, our roots connect to the subcontinent where women can’t tolerate a husband’s second wife and we imitate them.

“Now, our women also can’t bear the second wives of their husbands.

“Secondly, Allah loves us more than seventy mothers; He wouldn’t allow what we can’t bear. So, I support men having four marriages.”.

Soha’s candid disclosure adds a compelling layer to debates on marriage and gender roles in Pakistani society.

As the news of Soha Afzal’s views on polygamy spread, reactions poured in from various quarters.

Supporters praised her for breaking traditional norms and fostering open discussions on sensitive topics.

Critics argued that Soha’s views might perpetuate gender inequalities, sparking a broader conversation about the societal impact of such endorsements.

The intersection of cultural values and contemporary perspectives became evident in these online debates.

The majority of the people criticised her for supporting polygamy.

One person said: “She wants attention that’s why she said that.”

Another wrote: “Such pick me behaviour.”

One remarked: “It’s easier said than done. I would like to see you when you actually become someone’s fourth wife.”

Many people, mostly men, were on her side.

One commented: “It’s good to see Soha publicly express her opinions.”

Another remarked: “Finally a woman with a different mindset.”

One wrote:

“Exactly. Can we stop treating it like a sin when it’s not?”

The conversation surrounding polygamy is not new in the Pakistani context.

Soha Afzal’s views bring this age-old discussion to the forefront, urging society to re-evaluate its stance on relationships and marital norms.

The ongoing dialogue spurred by Soha Afzal’s revelation also sheds light on the evolving nature of societal norms.

The different opinions of people highlight the complex interplay between tradition and modernity in Pakistan.

However, many people claim that Soha Afzal said this to cause an uproar on social media.



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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