Mahira Khan thinks that social media stars won’t be around for long.
Influencers on social media are proof that new media creates new types of famous people. But Mahira Khan isn’t sure if this fandom will last or not.
Thanks to social media fandoms, people no longer have to go through things like hard auditions, casting couches, and other things. You no longer have to wait for record deals or talent scouts to check you out.
Using digital media for entertainment has a lot of good points. Mahira Khan, on the other hand, doesn’t think this will last. She and Fahad Mustafa, who she worked with on Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad, talked about their ideas on Junaid Akram’s podcast.
“You’ll see,” she said in a slightly lower tone, “I have this feeling, I don’t know if I should say it or not, but I think social media and social media stars will be a thing of the past.”
The topic came up during a discussion about movies, dramas, social media, fans, and how negative people can be. Khan gave her opinion when the emcee asked the performers what they thought about negative comments from the audience.
She also said what she thought about how quickly people respond to social media. Fahad Mustafa also said that these social media stars will disappear in the long run.
“Public responses depend on the situation.” For example, if I were in front of them, they wouldn’t say mean things to my face, which is true. “
Mahira Khan and Fahad Mustafa are busy getting the word out about their upcoming movie, Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad. For this, they went on the podcast of Junaid Akram.