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‘Puppet to Clown’: Internet Reacts to Malala’s Acting Debut

'Puppet to Clown': Internet Reacts to Malala's Acting Debut

In a surprising turn of events, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai is making her acting debut in the second season of the British series We Are Lady Parts, sporting a cowboy hat and riding a horse.

The internet erupted with a variety of opinions following the revelation of Malala’s new look. Reddit users, known for their lively discussions, quickly shared their thoughts. One speculated, “Many will find a reason to be annoyed by this,” while another remarked, “She has a talent for ruffling feathers and making fools angry.” On Instagram, reactions ranged from humorous to critical, with one user joking, “She was always our secret comedian,” while another expressed regret over their previous advocacy for her educational efforts.

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Amidst the uproar, a lone defender emerged, urging others to let Malala live her life without judgment. Despite the criticism, Malala appeared unfazed, expressing her excitement about her unexpected foray into acting in an interview with British Vogue. “I’ve always been working behind the scenes, so being in front of the camera is a new experience for me,” she shared. However, some users couldn’t resist poking fun at the notion of acting being her “hidden talent.”

As for how Malala landed a role in We Are Lady Parts, she credited her attendance at the premiere of Polite Society and her admiration for the director, Nida Manzoor. “That film shattered stereotypes,” she explained, highlighting her ongoing commitment to challenging societal norms – even if it means donning a cowboy hat.