Fatima Effendi, left, and her sons.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
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Taking to Instagram, the “Zindan” actress shared cute snaps of her two sons and melted fans' hearts.
The two little cute boys can be seen playing around with each other. She captioned the photos “Summer mornings” along with heart emoji.
On one photo she wrote, “School khulwa de koi!!(Somebody open the school!)"
As she posted the photos fans and followers showered their love and prayers on the boys.
One social media user wrote, “MashaAllah your kids are so cute and adorable MashaAllah."
“MashaAllah beautiful sons May Allah always protect both of them from evill eyez, ameen sumameen,” another user commented on the photo.
Fatima is a famous Pakistani actress and model. She has appeared in Pakistani drama series like “Man-o-Salwa,” “Ishq Ibadat,” “Munafiq,” “Mera Angan” and “Kash Mai Teri Beti Na Hoti,” and many more.
She married Kanwar Arsalan on 17 November 2013 in Karachi. They have two sons.Fatima is very active on social media and keeps sharing her family photos with her 2.1 m followers on Instagram.
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