Islamabad: Personal photos and videos of Rabi Pirzada, the Pakistani actress who recently made headlines for threatening Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, have gone viral on social media, according to media reports. A report on Pakistani online daily, Urdu Point News said that Pirzada grabbed huge public attention after her personal videos went viral on Friday night. She came to the limelight after Neelum Munir, another actress, shared a clip of her dance number on her Instagram account for the movie "Kaaf-Kangna". Munir said she performed the dance number only because it was supported by the Inter Services Public Relations, the Pakistan Armed Forces' media wing. Twitterati have showed their support to the actress and a special hashtag westandwithrabipirzada was also created. One user said: "Guys please avoid tweeting about or sharing Rabi Pirzada's video leak.
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