A combo image shows Komal Aziz Khan.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Pakistani television actress Komal Aziz Khan shared some photos on her Instagram from her visit to Hunza valley.
Hunza, known as heaven on earth, is a beautiful mountainous valley located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan.
The 'innocent' actress shared a photo with the caption, “I googled my symptoms, turns out I just needed a vacation."
After she posted photos her fans appreciated her beauty and also the location she chooses for travel. One social media user commented on her photo and said, “You took a vacation and your skin looks flawless.”
Komal also shared a photo along with her local fans and she wrote, “Selfie with my Choti si fans who are locals of Hunza. They took this picture with me, ran back to their houses, made me a handmade card and brought me dried apricots and a story book. Incredibly heartwarming. It’s not only Hunza’s landscape that’s beautiful, it’s the people."
She also visited Altit fort and Royal Garden which are the most beautiful and attractive sites for tourists in the beautiful valley.
Komal admired the beauty of Hunza and wrote, “Cherry blossom in Hunza with no filter. One of the most beautiful places I have ever seen in my life.”
She posted a video and appreciated the warmth and affection of Hunza’s locals and said, “What this video doesn’t show is the beauty of Hunza’s people, their kindness, their humility, and their high literacy rate. What a magical place. Hope it always stays the same.”
Komal has appeared in many TV serials. She is best known for her roles in Ishq-e-Benaam and Besaat-e-Dil.
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