Nida is a 15 year old, who lives in Omar Colony in Karachi with her father, sister, and little brother. She has been taught by her father to ride a motorcycle, a truck, and a rickshaw so that she can assist him with work; a very mature young woman, Nida sensibly points out that if anything were to happen to her father she will be capable of supporting her siblings.
Furthermore, she and her sister go together for boxing lessons: they have already competed in a couple of competitions, one of which earned Nida a silver medal.
Nida, a young girl is redefining gender roles, trying to beat the “proud” patriarchy embedded in the fabric of our society, making sure she will not ever be at the mercy of anyone else, and just generally trying to get by in a world bent on pulling you down, either by verbally demeaning you or physically assaulting you.
Whatever the underlying reasons, circumstances, or intentions are, driving around Karachi and making the choice to be one’s own hero is an applaudable act… but maybe do it after you’re 18 Nida.
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