The 36-year-old social media star in past also declared her love for PPP chairman.
Gulf Today Report
It won’t be wrong to say that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is one of the most eligible bachelor of the Pakistan.
The tall and lanky politician is centre of attraction wherever he goes and girls are absolutely mad about him.
The latest girl among all those who aspire to be the better half of the leader is none other than social media and TikTok star Hareem Shah.
Recently, in an Instagram video the TikTok star confessed her love for Bilawal Bhutto and as has been the case with all of the Hareem Shah’s video, this one also rocking the Internet.
On the work front the youngster will be soon seen in a web series ‘Raaz’ that will depict her journey to fame, marking her first acting debut.
‘Raaz’ written by Mansoor Saeed, produced by Farhan Gohar and directed by Asad Ali Zaidi is alredady being streamed on Urduflix.
Over five million follows Hareem Shah on TikTok last year.
A 19-year-old Pakistani student who shot to fame after her five-second video went viral on social media across the subcontinent, hopes numerous renditions of her monologue will translate into more dialogue between India and Pakistan.
"The court has asked PTA to block access to TikTok," Pakistan Telecom Authority (PTA) spokesman Khurram Mehran told Reuters, adding the authority would comply with the order.
TikTok released a statement saying that it was "pleased" to be once again available to Pakistan. "This is a testament to TikTok's continued commitment to enforcing our community guidelines to promote a safe and positive community online."
According to police, the four were travelling in a car when unknown men opened fire on them, killing Muskan Sheikh on the spot while the other three, Syed Rehan Shah, Amir Khan, and Saddam Hussein, succumbed to their wounds later.
Shah Rukh Khan tweeted Eid wishes to his fans on Friday evening, urging all to be compassionate and helpful towards others.
An oil painting by Pablo Picasso sold for $103.4 million at a Christie's auction in New York, smashing its presale estimate of $55 million.
Prime Minister Imran Khan and other government officials and celebrities expressed their sadness over the demise of Qaiser. The premier remembered him not just as a performer but as someone who "would constantly raise awareness about social injustices and issues.”