Saba Qamar is taking the internet by storm with her new video about dealing with immense pain and trauma during an eight-year-long relationship going viral of late.
It was only recently that the Hindi Medium starlet laid foundations of her YouTube channel, in an attempt to connect more with her fans from around the globe.
In a newly-released video, Qamar opened up about suffering from the scars of an extremely abusive and toxic relationship for eight long years, before finally parting ways with her then-beau.
What is more interesting is how Qamar takes all of this in her stride and presents it to the viewers in her quintessential quirky manner, during an engrossing monologue.
While responding to the programme host, the actress revealed, "I wasted eight years of my life with a man who used to lie, misbehave, and hit me on a regular basis, apologising everytime in the end."
"I was heavily invested in the relationship and wanted a longterm commitment with him, thinking that he would mend his ways, which he did not.
"After spending eight years of his life with me, he betrayed me, and got married to a girl of his family, without even informing me," she added.
Qamar then went on to reveal how she picked herself up and mustered the courage to give another person a chance, who was from abroad.
However, unfortunately, that person could not withstand the test of time and Qamar's second relationship failed as well, she added.
The 48-year-old model, who has a romantic history with Depp, is expected to testify via a video link on Wednesday
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