Kubra Khan Sues Adil Raja For Defamation


    Kubra Khan, a popular actress in Pakistan, has sued Major (retired) Adil Raja, a YouTuber, in the Sindh High Court (SHC) for posting defamatory comments about her.

    A few days ago, Adil Raja uploaded a video on YouTube in which he made severe accusations against a number of actresses and models, referring to them by their initials and first names (MK, KK, SA, and MH).

    Since the YouTuber did not provide the entire names, internet users began to speculate and came up with names like Mahira Khan, Kubra Khan, Sajal Ali, and Mehwish Hayat, all of whom have appeared in films funded by Pakistan’s military.

    Sajal Ali, Kubra Khan, and Mehwish Hayat, three of the performers, responded to the comments on their own social media profiles.

    However, Kubra Khan went further and, through her Instagram stories, threatened legal action against Major (retired) Adil Raja unless he apologised for what she called “a nasty campaign” against her.

    In the Sindh High Court, Kubra has sued the YouTuber for defamation.

    The suit filed by Alif’s actor claimed that Major (retired) Adil Farooq Raja had falsely accused and insulted four actresses on YouTube.

    Upon hearing her plea, the SHC issued an order to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to remove any and all social media posts that were critical of Kubra Khan.

    The artist posted a copy of the court’s decision to Instagram with the caption, “So now, I leave it in your hands, Our law Implementors and God’s Hands. I rest my case. K.K Out.”

    At the next hearing on January 9, the SHC has requested a report on the order’s execution from the PTA and FIA.


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