In the last episode, Rauf Lala and Humaira got into a significant argument. The crowd feels that Rauf Lala is a victim of some sort of bias. Rauf is the least popular participant, but he is nonetheless allowed to continue playing. And to top it all off, he was appointed house minister. He is now more sarcastic, abrasive, and vivacious while speaking to other contenders as a result of his position.
His altercation with Humairah has seriously upset the audience. “Aurat Kehlane Kay Qabil Nahi Ho Tum,” “Tum Jaisi Auraten,” and “Main Game Main Jeetu Ya Na Jeetu Par Tumhy Ganda Kar Du Ga Larki” were few of the things he said to her. His position has been diminished in the eyes of the audience as a result of all these comments from his side. Particularly the feminists have intensified their feelings. Here’s how it looks:
The comments from his side were too crude to be directed at any woman, not just feminists. He was extremely disrespectful, but Tamasha ARY Digital managed to save him. Umer had misbehaved with a woman, and Adnan Siddique severely reprimanded him. But this time, things are different. To keep Rauf Lala in the game, he made an effort to defend him. Being a veteran artist in the field, he deserved respect, but the words and remarks he used to disparage a female participant completely broke that. The viewers are clamouring for him to leave the house and for him to be unprotected from these sexist remarks.
This fight between Rauf Lala and Humairah is not the first. Every contender seems to start a greater argument over a trivial or pointless issue. Because that is what these fights are, it is OK to label them as unreasonable. The Tamasha ARY Digital participants let their guard down while playing about with one another. They become lost and fall into valleys where they can lose sight of their boundaries as a result. They then come clean about who they are.