Neelam Muneer, Pakistani Actress, Says She Did ‘Item Song’ in Kaaf Kangna Film Only For ISPR, Gets Trolled; Watch Video
Neelam Muneer (Photo Credits: YouTube Screengrab)

Islamabad, October 23: Neelam Muneer, Pakistani actress and model, drew flak on social media for her Instagram post defending her move to perform an 'item song' in her latest movie Kaaf Kangana. Declaring it a one-time thing, the Pakistani actress added saying that she has done the 'item number' named 'Khabon Main' because the film was a project of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Muneer, who is famous for her roles in Dil Mom Ka Diya  and Jal Pari, posted a clip of the item song on Instagram.

In her post, the actress said this will be the first and last item song of her life with all credit due to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). "I did this song only because this movie is a project of ISPR. Perhaps this is the first and last item song of my life. But you all know that whatever I do, I own it and I do it with pride. For Pakistan, I am ready to die. I'm sure you all will go and watch this movie. Enjoy", she said. Rabi Pirzada, Pakistani Singer-Cum-Actress, Threatens Indian PM Narendra Modi With Suicide Attack, Gets Brutally Trolled on Twitter.

Here's Neelam Muneer's Instagram Post:

The ISPR is the media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces which broadcasts and coordinates military news and information to the country’s civilian media and people of the country. The post by the Pakistani's actress sent netizen into a tizzy. Netizens criticised the actress after she defended herself saying that she did an item number as it was a project of the ISPR.

Both, the actress and ISPR were being trolled severely following the former's revelation. Twitteratis also congratulated ISPR for convincing Neelum to dance on the item song. One of the user on Twitter stated that ISPR is providing a lot of entertainment lately. "Time will come when military parade will be replaced by item numbers. Major Neelam Muneer khan (Sitar-e- entertainment) at your service", he said.