The latest witness informed a court in Pakistan that he never saw Ali Zafar harass anyone in eight years. Sarfaraz guaranteed he had worked with the Zafar for a long time and did not see him harassing anybody ever. The hearing of the case was the most recent in a defamation case filed by Zafar in light of vocalist and on-screen character Meesha Shafi's charge of lewd behavior against him.
Sarfaraz, the former supervisor of Zafar was one of the two observers alongside Taha who is the current one, presented themselves in court to record their announcements. He contended before the court that he didn't ever observe Zafar harass anybody during the whole eight-year time frame he had worked with him for 2008-2016.
Meesha Shafi, he stated, had made unjustifiable charges against Zafar and those allegations had caused Zafar a huge loss.
“No such episode that the vocalist model relayed had happened,” he said.
It is pertinent to note that altogether, nine observers have recorded articulations for the situation to date. Back in April 2018, Shafi took to Twitter to openly blame Zafar for harassing her. Zafar had "completely" denied the charges and took steps to make a lawful move against the on-screen character.
"I expect to take this through the official courtrooms, and to address this expertly and truly instead of to hold up any allegations here," the vocalist had said on Twitter. Zafar then recorded a slander suit against Shafi a year ago.
The suit, guaranteeing harms of Rs1 billion, was recorded under the Defamation Ordinance 2002. In the notice, the artist guaranteed Shafi harmed his notoriety through bogus claims of inappropriate behavior.