"Did somebody say I fled to Canada," Meesha Shafi takes active part in Women On Wheels rally in Lahore
"Did somebody say I fled to Canada," Meesha Shafi takes active part in Women On Wheels rally in Lahore

"Did somebody say I fled to Canada," Meesha Shafi takes active part in Women On Wheels rally in Lahore

Openly addressing all her haters, Shafi called out to everyone representing women empowerment and strength
Published May 15, 2018 02:56am

Sohai Ali Abro's Motorcycle Girl recently wowed the audience in cinemas. The story was inspired by real life events of Zenith Irfan, a 20 something girl from Lahore who took it upon herself to fulfill her late father's dream and ride to the top of Khunjerab on her bike.

And now, breaking stereotypes, hundreds of women in Lahore, took upon the same journey, albeit not to Khunjerab, but within Lahore to express women empowerment and to celebrate the contribution of women in our lives.

Zenith Irfan to take part in Women on Wheels Rally

Organized by the Chief Minister Punjab’s Strategic Reforms Unit, the Women On Wheels rally attracted hundreds of women, of stature and power and those from all walks of life to come together and ride for strength.

Taking active part in the rally was our very own female rock star Meesha Shafi. Openly addressing all her haters, who have seemed to go in an overdrive, ever since Meesha Shafi alleged Ali Zafar for sexual harassment, Shafi called out to everyone, representing women empowerment and strength.

"Be mobile! Be vocal! There is strength in numbers