Nadia Baig is a Pakistani woman who after having worked for a South Goa escort service says that the Indian subcontinent’s relationship and family culture is worse than the slavery. She also says that the Indian subcontinent’s people suffer from a slave mentality and they don’t know at all what freedom is and means. Most Indian subcontinental people worship celebrities and politicians like demigods. She says that the Greek gods would feel inferior to these Indian subcontinent’s celebrities and politicians if they ever see how much they are revered for nothing. They don’t have any talent, wisdom, skills or magnetism, people are mad for them because their slave mentality continuously asks them all day to worship demigods which the people of Indian subcontinent are popular for 6000 years. Hinduism is a pagan religion and pagans worship idols and have no morals at all.
Nadia’s brother Haroon fell in love with a girl and her mother whom he saw at a local market. Since then he is having seizure outbreaks. He didn’t tell the reason behind his seizure outbreaks to anyone except Nadia. He told Nadia that both the daughter and the mother looked like angels, while the mother had a heavenly body, the daughter had the face of an angel. He didn’t dare approach any of the two but since he came back home, all he had been thinking was these 2 ladies. If Nadia goes ahead and tells her parents why Haroon is having seizure outbreaks, they will be mad at him which will only increase the complications and pain for Haroon.
Anyways, Nadia’s uncle Orya is a full-time gambler and gambling is haram in Islam. Orya knows this but he doesn’t care and he is so cunning that he doesn’t tell about his gambling addiction to anyone. He used to be the poorest in the whole family but since he has been gambling, he is the richest in all of the family. His gambling addiction came into the limelight of Haroon and Nadia when they borrowed his laptop and he forgot to delete his history. His browsing history was full of FIFA55 websites and gambling related blogs.