A combo image shows Ayeza Khan and Hira Mani.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Pakistan’s TV and film celebrities welcomed the Islamic month of Ramadan with good wishes for their fans and followers.
They took to Instagram and shared their stories with beautiful messages.
Kashf actress Hira Mani shared her adorable photo, wearing a white dress and dupatta.
She greeted her fans with a Ramadan Mubarak message and asked everyone to maintain sabr (patience).
She said, “Pehla roza mubarak hou app sub ko.”
“Bus ghusa kam kerna hai or sabar kerna hai ..... roza sirf app ka nahin hai samney walay ka bhe hai,” which means, “First Ramadan Mubarak to all. You must have to be patient and should not lose your cool, you are not only fasting other persons are also fasting."
Another famous actress, Ayeza Khan, too shared a beautiful message with her fans.
Taking to Instagram the "Mehar Posh" star shared a snap of beautiful yellow flowers along with a message, “For a beautiful beginning: “May Allah protect us and accept all our prayers, Ameen.”
Neelam Muneer, a highly popular actress in the Pakistan showbiz industry, also shared some kind words with her fans.
She gave a video message and said, “Hope everyone is doing well, first of all, Ramadan Kareem to everyone.” She then thanked Allah for showing us again the month of Ramadan with good health and strength, after the Covid pandemic disturbed everyone so much.
Twins sisters Aiman Khan and Minal Khan also shared their good wishes and prayers with fans.
Saba Qamar shared an inspiring note for fans which said, “What’s broken can be mended. What hurts can be healed. And no matter how dark it gets, the sun is going to rise again.”
Aiman took to Instagram and said, “Ramadan Kareem ❤️ may Allah bless us all with good health Ameen. “
Minal Khan said, “Favourite time of the year. Ramadan Kareem everyone, May Allah bless us all with his kindness Ameen.”
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