A combo image shows Mansha Pasha and Jibran Nasir.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Pakistan’s famous TV actress Mansha Pasha has tied the knot with her fiancé lawyer Jibran Nasir on Saturday.
They got married in a private ceremony in the presence of their close friends and relatives.
Mansha announced the news on her Instagram. She can be seen wearing an ivory and gold outfit with stylish jewellery. The nikah was performed by Javed Ghamidi Saheb.
She shared a photo and captioned it, “Thank you Ghamdi Saheb for solemnising our Nikah.”
Muhammad Jibran Nasir, who is a civil rights activist and lawyer, also took to Instagram and shared a beautiful photo and said, “We got married yesterday Alhumdulillah in presence of our immediate families. Will hopefully celebrate with friends & family post-pandemic. Thank you to #JavedGhamidi sb for graciously solemnising our Nikah and thank you all for the love and wishes you've always sent our way."
Photos of the newly married couple were highly appreciated on social media and got congratulations from co-workers and fans.
The “Zindagi Gulzar Hai” actress and Jibran were engaged in December 2019.
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