Pakistani model and dancer Mathira recently appeared on a podcast where she opened up about her struggle and the hard time of her life wading through which she earned a name for herself in the entertainment industry, having started at a very young and naive age.
Having spent the earlier part of her life in Zimbabwe, looking back Mathira said she felt she was never given the space where people empathized with the fact that she was young and not really attuned with Pakistani culture and ways which were quite alien to her. “I was never given the margin. That she has come from abroad and is having difficulty in understanding the culture. Here people decided to categorize me, alienize me, and cut me out”, she said.
“After that incident I have put very high walls. I don’t go out much. I don’t like to socialize much anymore, where there will be so many more double-faced people”, she added.