Saba Qamar in action during a beach-side photo shoot. Instagram picture
Gulf Today Report
Pakistani’s much-loved showbiz star Saba Qamar has settled the dust on marriage rumours and revealed that she is officially getting married. She has surprisingly accepted a proposal from a blogger Azeem Khan to marry him this year.
Saba has found the man of her dreams, the “Cheekh” star confirmed in a statement to a local publication.
Saba’s confession comes after she stirred the pot and set rumour mills ablaze with an Instagram comment earlier this week. The 36-year-old had shared sizzling photos from a beach-side photo shoot with the caption, “If it’s meant to be, it will be.”
One Azeem Khan left a comment asking, “Let’s get married? This year.” While the comment seemed like harmless fun by a fan at first, Saba’s response had fans reeling: “Qubool hai,” she said.
According to the publication, Azeem Khan is an Australian-Pakistani entrepreneur who is based in Sydney right now.
“I know it’s a little sudden and premature right now but all I want my fans and followers to do is pray for my better life and wellbeing,” urged Saba.
While she kept mum about the details of her wedding, the movie star said that she will be getting married "very soon.”
"Yes, I have found the person I’d like to settle down with. If everything goes well, I will be tying the knot very soon."
"Obviously, it is strange for someone like me - who has always discouraged relationships and has been vocal against the institution of marriage but here was someone who I got along with and was able to convince me otherwise," she shared.
"The fact is that Sherry Shah and I got married four years ago and never shared the news on social media because of the toxicity of social media. Now that it's public, I would like to thank everyone by heart who sent their prayers for us..."
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