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Pakistani actor Sajal Ali poses for a photograph.
Jabeen Adil, Staff Reporter
The “Yaqeen Ka Safar" star Sajal Ali posted a beautiful picture of herself on Instagram while eating fries.
Sajal said, “Whenever you think of a diet, you think salad, eggs and boiled chicken. Well, GetFit Athletic is here to change that and break the norm!
“When I went through their plan I was shocked to see all my favourite foods (pizza, pasta, burger, rice, roti, literally everything!!!).
“All while staying fit and meeting all your macro and micro nutrient goals!
“A diet isn’t just about losing weight. It’s a lifestyle change, she explains.
“So if you’re looking to lose weight, gain muscle or just simply adopt healthier eating habits.”
Earlier Sajal Ali revealed that she has stolen all the hoodies of her husband Ahad Raza Mir.
She shared her dazzling mirror selfie sporting a black hoodie and tag her husband Ahad Raza Mir. “I stole all your hoodies.”
The post has won the hearts of her fans.
Sajal’s sister Saboor Ali commented on the picture, “You have stolen plenty of my clothes too…”
The star couple Sajal Ali and Ahad Raza Mir tied their knot in a lavish wedding in UAE’s capital Abu Dhabi in March 2020.
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