A combo image of actress and model Areeba Habib.
Gulf Today Report
TV actress and model Areeba Habib, who played lead roles in many Pakistani dramas, got engaged yesterday.
The “Jalan” actress shared the news along with her beautiful photos from the ceremony on her Instagram account.
The event was arranged in her home and was attended by close family members and friends as she shared the decorated photos of her home on the occasion.
In 2018 Areeba made her acting debut in Koi Chand Rakh with Ayeza Khan and Imran Abbas.
The bride-to-be was looking stunning on the occasion. As soon as Areeba shared the photos, her co-workers started congratulating the actress on her Instagram.
Actress Minal Khan wrote on her picture, “MashaAllah congratulations.”
Pakistani TV and film actress Mawra Hocane also commented on her photo and said, “Bohot bohot mubarak areeba!!! One of the warmest people I know. May Allah bless you with all the happiness in the world InshaAllah.”
Actress and model Zoya Nasi said, “Masha Allah!! May Allah grant the both of you all the happiness that you desire and ever more! Ameen!”
Actresses Yashma Gill, Alyzeh Gabol, Ayas Samoo, Sunita Marshall, Nida Yasir and Komal Aziz Khan also congratulated Areeba.
The “Janaan” star is very active on her social media accounts and always shares happenings in her life with her fans.
Hiba has shown her superb acting skills in many TV serials. She also impresses fans with her stylish and beautiful looks.
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