Pakistan’s famous actress Mahnoor Baloch.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Mahnoor Baloch, born in 1970, is a famous Canadian- Pakistani TV and film actress, director and former model.
Baloch, who dominated Pakistani television in the 1980s, has always been in the news for her fitness and beauty.
The stunning actress is getting younger day by day. She had made her acting debut back in 1993 with Sultana Siddiqui’s TV serial Marvi. She worked in various super hit drama serials including “Noor Pur Ki Raani,” “Lamhay,” “Sila” and Kabhi Kabhi Pyar Mein.
She was given the Lux Style Award for best actress for her role in “Talafi” aired by PTV. Baloch also won the best actress award for her role in the film “Main Hun Shahid Afridi.”
In 2013 the beauty queen made her Hollywood debut by working in a movie named “Torn”. She is also looking forward to working in many international projects.
She always surprises her fans with her stunning photos on her social media accounts.
Mahnoor Baloch is a beauty icon in Pakistan as she always gets attention for her fresh youthful looks.
Recently she shared some photos and left fans and followers astonished. In the photos can the actress and model can be seen in a gym outfit, with no makeup. She is giving major fitness tips to her followers.
Soon she posted photos of herself on Instagram, leaving an outpouring of messages from awestruck fans. Some of them complimented her, saying she was their all-time crush.
One of her fans commented on her photo, “She is my mother's object of admiration, my inspiration and of course will be my kids' ideal too.”
The leading actress once said that some lifestyle decision keeps her looking young. She always eats healthy and does regular exercise.
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