Pakistani model and actress Anmol Baloch.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Model turned actress Anmol Baloch is one of the new gorgeous talents of Pakistan’s showbiz industry. She started her career in 2016 and became popular in a short time because of her brilliant acting skills.
She is an avid user of social media and keeps her fans and followers entertained through her posts. Anmol shared a cute photo on her Instagram story which said, “People talking mad s**t about me. Me just chilling.”
Anmol was in the news a few days back as she posted pictures in a saree and netizens were not happy with her dress aesthetic.
Some fans really appreciated her beauty while others criticised her.
After her success in modelling Anmol moved towards the drama industry and proved herself, carving a niche for herself.
Anmol is most popular for her appearance in the Hum TV soap “Qurbatein” and “Aik Larki Aam Si.”
Earlier she posted her lovely photo and said, “You let the love grow, and love let you glow.”
Sheefa Jabbar Khattak donated her hair to charity and inspired fans to do the same. She shared a photo of two cut braids with a heartwarming message.
'It was considered only the right of women to look beautiful but now the game has changed. Today's men also want to look handsome. Therefore they are more aware about their personality and their looks.
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