A combo image shows Mansha Pasha and her damaged phone.
Gulf Today Report
Pakistan’s famous TV actress Mansha Pasha’s spare phone exploded while she put it in charging mode.
The actress shared the story on her Instagram account about the horrible incident and shared pictures of her broken mobile phone and said, "My phone just blew up.”
She further explains, "This is an older model and I gave it to someone to use, it blew up next to the TV while on charge."
Mansha said, “Super dangerous, I lost all the data that I hadn’t transferred but thank God it wasn’t in anyone’s hand when it blew up.”
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