A combo image of Maya Ali, Fahad Mustafa and Ayeza Khan.
Gulf Today Report
As Pakistanis celebrate the country’s 75th Independence Day in their own manner, showbiz stars also celebrated this day with a lot of prayers and heart-touching messages.
Many stars took to their social media accounts and posted photos and videos along with families and friends.
Celebs such as Saba Qamar, Shaan Shadi, Ayeza Khan, Adeel Hussain, Juggun Kazim, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Faysal Quraishi, Ayesha Omer, Hibba Bukhari and many more wished citizens on the occasion.
Pakistan’s famous actress, Ayeza Khan, took to her Instagram and shared photos and videos with the "Pakistan Zindabad" slogan. She dressed up in all green to show her love for the country's flag.
TV and film actress Hareem Farooq also expressed her love for the country by wearing a green shirt with Pakistan written on it and posing with the victory sign.
Host, actor and director Fahad Mustafa also posted a video with an inspiring message on his Instagram account.
Aysha Omer posted her photo and said, “Going green for the weekend.”
TV star Kinza Hashmi, Sanam Choudry, Neelum Muneer Khan, Minal Khan, Saboor Aly, Maya Ali and Azekah Daniel also wished their fans on the occasion.
Yasir Hussain shared a photo of his newborn son's hand on Instagram and thanked God, saying, "By the will of Allah, we welcome our son."
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Ayeza has shared some photos of herself to resemble Madhuri’s look from her famous song “Ek Do Teen,' in the movie 'Tezaab.'
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