Armeena Khan has been a very outspoken and vocal actress and we are so glad she never shies away from stating her mind about things.
This beautiful Janaan and Bin Roye actress has spoken against racial discrimination, cyber bullying and sexual harassment and we feel that she is one of those stars who use their clout for good and important issues. She often takes to Twitter and Instagram to speak out about the issues that matter to her and never shies away from sending out a good message to everyone.
Armeena spoke to Daily Times and said,
“The GLT is doing some really good work and I am proud to be associated with something that makes lives better. Pakistan is a developing country and our people face many challenges that can get better if we all do our part.”
Armeena also has said that she refuses to do fairness creams and does not believe in shaming people for their complexion.
Armeena was recently a part of a charity dinner event at Graham Layton Trust, a charity organization that provides free eye care to Pakistanis who cannot afford them.
Eye care is expensive and Pakistan is a developing country so Armeena has done a good deed by providing her presence and lending her voice to a cause that can make a lot of lives better.
Why should anyone be deprived of sight? Rich or poor, it doesn’t matter. We all deserve to live life to the fullest and in COLOUR. Deep in conversation with veteran #Hollywood Actor #ArtMalik at last nights fundraiser for #thegrayhamlaytontrust. The success stories truly touched my heart. The 'Layton Rahmatulla Benevolent Trust' treats millions in Pakistan with FREE high quality eye treatment. #armeenakhan Hair by @laurakulik at the #Hairbank Makeup by @mia_ali.x Photography by @aatifatizafarofficial and styling by @minahil.maneka #UK #Manchester @vermilionmanchester
Armeena here is in conversation with Art Malik, a British Pakistani actor, who hosted the event and you may remember him from his roles in The Jewel in the Crown and True Lies.
We are super pleased to see our Pakistani superstars and actresses using their influence for good deeds and being vocal. The more women come forward and speak for causes that matter, the better our society and our industry will be. More power to you, Armeena! Keep rocking it.