Ali Saleem rants against the Pakistan Army and talks about being sexually harassed

Ali Saleem, more commonly known as Begum Nawazish Ali – his alter ego, is a Pakistani television host, actor, scriptwriter, and an impressionist. Ali rose to fame after his TV show Late Night Show with Begum Nawazish Ali. The same earned him considerable fame and rightfully so. He then went to become a contestant at the Indian reality show Big Boss. He was last seen in Reema Khan’s forgettable flick Love main Ghum and will now be seen in Saqib Malik’s upcoming film Baaji.

Recently, Ali started doing rounds of social media once again, after he went live on his Facebook and revealed rather uncensored and grotesque details about Pakistan Army and being sexually harassed by the same as well as the police and evens someone from the industry.

Ali Saleem talks about the Pakistan Army and being sexually harassed

“I am going to speak the truth. There is no force on this earth that can stop me anymore. I am on fire,” said Ali Saleem towards the start of the video. He then went on to talk about everything he has seen the Pakistan Army indulge in; from pimping, prostitution to drugs and what not. “Zardari, Imran Khan, Musharraf and all of the previous rulers, they have all had army’s backing through and through,” said Ali.

He further talked about how he can provide addresses to all the safe houses all the army people go to, to do cocaine, drugs, and girls. He appealed to the Chief Justice to invite him to the Supreme Court under full protection so he can reveal every detail, along with the evidence. “Since I am a crossdresser and a little effeminate, they [Army] have tried to make me a pimp. They thought that I would provide them with girls. They exploit Pakistani girls, I have messages to show for evidence,” revealed Ali.

Ali then mentioned that one of the directors from the industry sexually exploited him when they were in Mumbai even though he thought that the two of them were good friends. He then addressed the industry people and told them that their Facebook activism against such perpetrators won’t work anymore as it is time to do something practical.

Towards the end, Ali talked about being molested at the age of 8 by an army soldier. He said he would be up for any investigation (given the accusations he made) if the need arose. “I am in my complete senses and I don’t have any funding from anywhere to say all of this. It’s about time that our people heard the truth,” told Ali. He then ended the video by urging the people of Pakistan to hold our army accountable.

You can watch the full video here:

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