Pakistani Film TV actors launched a campaign “royalties for artists” for demanding royalties that artists are deserve. Pakistani celebrities launch a campaign give royalties to artists.
This campaign launched by renowned TV actress Naila Jaffery requesting royalties for the re-runs of her dramas for her cancer treatment.
So that to raise their voice on the matter Pakistani actor and actresses turned on Instagram and posted the #giveroyaltiestoartists hashtag.
Mahira Khan, Yasir Hussain, Mansha Pasha, Sakina Samo, Zara Noor Abbas, Armeena Khan, Kubra Khan, Asad Siddiqui, and others raised their voices to ask for royalties to artists.
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Pakistani celebrities launch a campaign give royalties to artists
About Naila Jaffery
Naila Jaffrey is a Pakistani TV actress. Naila has been performing on television since the late 1990s and is now one of the ‘veteran’ performers. She has enjoyed lots of success, and heart-touching performances in dramas such as Maa Mujh ko Sultana, Desi Girls, and Thodi Si Khushiyan provide ample justification for her success.
Apart from acting, Naila is also a fashion designer and runs her own boutique. She is very popular amongst fellow actors and actresses as well, with names such as Ayesha Umar and Humayun Saeed keeping her in the highest of regards. She is one of the silent characters in the media and has only appeared in talk shows a few times in her career.
Battling from Ovarian cancer
Recently Naila Jaffery has been fighting ovarian cancer for the last six years. Aa Mujh ko Satana, Desi Girls, and Thodi Si Khushiyan actress Naila Jaffery shared her video on Twitter and it has gone viral.
Filmmaker Furqan T Siddiqui shared this video on twitter.
In this video she said:
My dear friend and a renowned TV actor Naila Jafri has been fighting Cancer since last 6 years. The battle is very expensive. In this video she requests if the channel owners pay royalty to her previous work’s re runs it will be of great help to her. pic.twitter.com/AYc6TOTRB7— Furqan T. Siddiqui (@furqantsiddiqui) April 4, 2021