Pakistani actress Sonya Hussyn.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
A brilliant Pakistani actress and model Sonya Hussyn Bukharee has decided to make some healthy changes in her life for the New Year. She wants to do things differently.
The stunning star has shared some photos on her Instagram and left her fans amazed with her incredible style and fabulous look.
“Aisi Hai Tanhai,” the famed actress revealed to her fans.
“My moment #2021. So I have many, many resolutions for #2021 and especially after the events which have transpired in the year 2020 due to COVID, I have decided to enjoy every moment to the fullest without the fear of being judged, she said.
“Besides that, I want to get in touch with my spiritual side, cultivate a stronger relationship with myself so that I don’t have to be emotionally drained for silly reasons. Love and spread love," she further explains.
Sonya is one of those stars who achieved success through sheer hard work, without having any artistic background.
She made her acting debut with a supporting role in the TV serial “Dareecha,” and also played leading roles in several hit television dramas. She earned the nomination for the Best Actress at Lux Style Awards for her performance in “Aisi Hai Tanhai.”
She is currently in the US, spending a good time with her family, and shared some classy photos with her fans.
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