“We are not getting Married” says Saba Qamar

KARACHI: Saba Qamar, a famous Pakistani actress, called off her wedding with a blogger Azeem Khan.

she took to her Instagram account to break the news. In an Insta-post she wrote, “Hi everyone! I have a very important announcement to make, due to a lot of personal reasons I have decided to call it off with Azeem Khan.”

“WE ARE NOT GETTING MARRIED NOW.” was written in the caps which implies the emphasis.

She added that “Hope you guys will support my decision just like you all have been supporting me always, and I guess it’s never too late to realize the bitter realities!”

Saba continued in her post, I also wanted to clear ONE IMPORTANT thing that is: I have never met Azeem Khan in my life we were only connected over the phone”

She concluded, “It’s a very hard time for me right now but as we all know ‘this too shall pass’ Insha Allah. Much love to you all!”

Saba Qamar, who recently made headlines after declaring her engagement, has now called off her wedding, and it’s fair to say that many people are happy.

How it all started?

It all began when Azeem Khan commented on Saba Qamar’s Instagram post, “Let’s get married this year?” “Qubool Hai,” said the Baaghi actress in response.

Lately, Saba Qamar has revealed that she will be married to a blogger Azeem Khan, who proposed to the Cheekh actress on social media.

The 36-year-old artist claimed she has met the guy with whom she will share the remainder of her life. “Yes, I’ve met the guy with whom I’d like to start a family, and if all goes well, I’ll be marrying really soon,” she said.

“Obviously, it is strange for someone like me – who has always avoided relationships and has been outspoken about the institution of marriage – but here was someone who I got along with and who was able to persuade me otherwise,” Saba continued.

Harassment allegations on Azeem Khan

After a woman accused him of abuse recently, Saba Qamar’s fiancé and entrepreneur Azeem Khan has been entangled in controversy.

In a video message shared on Instagram, he answered the charges and refuted them.

“I want to express my gratitude to all of you for your overwhelming love and kindness over the last two days. “Some people said weird things, and I really wanted to respond to them via video message,” he explained.

“I only have one thing to say: what is the point of posting statues on social media? “Let’s do it the right way,” Khan said, adding, “I don’t care about Saba’s history, and she doesn’t care about mine.”

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