Harmonising unity against cyberbullying, former celebrity couple Tahsan Rahman Khan and Rafiath Rashid Mithila appeared on a Facebook live show together on Saturday after four years of their divorce, reports UNB.
Organised by leading e-commerce site Evaly on its Facebook page, the former couple expressed their feelings on the burning issue while urging their fans and followers to stop the cruelty and badmouthing on the internet, and also called for spreading healthy and positive mentality.Hosted by Naveed Mahbub, celebrated comedian and CEO at Naveed’s Comedy Club and titled ‘Evaly Eid Live – Saturday Night Surprise, Tahsan vs Mithila’, the two-part live programme has already become one of the most highlighted programmes on this Eid-ul-Fitr. Within 24 hours of the live show went on-air, the first half garnered over 922K Views, 57K comments and 32K reactions while the second half garnered over 1.1M Views, 46K comments and 33K reactions.
Actress Mithila, who was introduced as the brand ambassador of Evaly lifestyle, said, “We are not just here as the brand ambassadors of Evaly, but to spread positivity on the internet. We all are facing crucial times, so we should not say bad things and listen to bad things, let’s spread positivity. This is our main goal in connecting with Evaly and coming live together on this occasion.”
Tahsan, who has been appointed as the Chief Goodness Officer of Evaly, harmonised his parts of speeches with Mithila’s words, saying, “I am lucky that my fans have always behaved well on my posts, however, there are some people who constantly love to spread negativity and unnecessary hatred. Furthermore, Mithila has been constantly targetted and bullied in her social media accounts since we had been mutually separated, and sometimes I also get tagged on those hateful posts, which is disheartening.”