A combo image shows Ayeza Khan posing for a photograph.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
The rise of social media has meant that we are more connected with the world than we have ever been in the history of time.
While social media platforms can have their benefits, using them too frequently can make you feel increasingly unhappy and isolated in the long run.
Pakistan’s superstar and one of the most popular actresses in the showbiz industry, Ayeza Khan, has urged her fans and followers to keep their private life private.
The beautiful actress took to her instagram story and wrote, “Learn to keep your private life private so that others won’t make your life as their entertainment."
The versatile actress, who is famous for her remarkable performance on the television screen, has the habit of sharing her photos with her fans.
Her Instagram is full of pictures from her day-to-day life with family and co-workers, which is highly appreciated form her followers.
She married actor Danish Taimoor in 2014. Danish is also a well-known and famous actor in TV and films. They have two kids, a daughter born in 2015 and a son born in 2017.
The reporter, whose identity remains unknown, could be heard saying, “This floodwater is gushing towards farmers’ crops… the crops are in danger due to the floods.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is being trolled on Twitter for his remarks that he had asked the Air Force to carry out Balakot airstrike on Feb.26 in bad weather as his "raw wisdom" said a cloud blanket would help the Indian fighter planes escape Pakistani radars.
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi while thanking his fans on Monday for their birthday wishes, said in his tweet that he is turning 44 this year, despite saying earlier in his autobiography that he was born in 1975.
Actor Vijay, fondly known as Thalapathy by fans and followers, turned 47 on June 22, and social media is flooded with wishes.
George Clooney, Mindy Kaling, Don Cheadle, Eva Longoria and Kerry Washington are among several Hollywood personalities who will come together to co-found a film school for underserved communities next year.
Her abstract landscapes depict her diverse journeys and experiences absorbed from her life in San Francisco, Dubai, New Delhi and Mumbai, where she has homes.