Latest Pictures Of Mansha Pasha With Her Fiance
Few Months Back Mansha got engaged with Jibran Nasir. Jibran is social activist and leader as well. Recently we are watching Mansha in a new drama on Humtv. Just check out latest pictures of Mansha and Jibran. Mansha Pasha’s engagement news is taking social media by storm.But on her Wikipedia its mentioned she is still married while on some interviews in starting of 2019 she told about her happy marriage life. According to reliable sources of news Mansha was married back in 2014 with banker Asad Farooqi soon it ended on divorce note but she didn’t disclosed her separation.As Mansha keeps her private life low profile not many details made out into the media.Famous Pakistani tv and film actress Mansha is getting engaged with Jibran Nasir who is human rights activist. Mansha was previously married to a banker but her marriage ended on divorce note for unknown reasons and now Mansha is getting engaged on 22nd December with Jibran Nasir. Mansha Pasha is a talented Pakistani actress, Model and a director who started her career with a blockbuster drama serial ‘Humsafar’. She got married to Asad Farooqui in 2013 and is living a blessed life. This article contains all the information about her including Mansha Pasha Biography, Mansha Pasha Family and Mansha Pasha Dramas.Mansha is one of the most stunning actresses of our Industry who started her career in 2011 with a blockbuster drama serial ‘Humsafar’. She has made millions of followers over all these years with her beauty and talent without having any artistic background. She is known for her supporting roles in various serials. Other than an actress she is also a director of Six-section series with Elaj Trust which handles a theme of Post-partum depression. She got married to Asad Farooqi in 2013 in a family event but her wedding ended.She was conceived on 19th October 1987 in Karachi where she spent all her life. Currently, she resides in the same city with her family. She holds the degree of Bachelors in Media Science which she attained from Karachi. She made her debut appearance on the small screen with a drama serial ‘Humsafar’ opposite Mahira Khan, Fawad Khan and Naveen Waqar. Though her role was quite short but the serial became one of the blockbusters of all time. After that, she was seen in a moral based drama serial ‘Shehr e Zaat’ starring Mahira Khan, Mikaal Zulfiqar and Mohib Mirza. The hit series ‘Mohabbat Subh Ka Sitara Hai’ opposite Adeel Hussain and Sanam Jung stabilized her position in the television industry, and she went on to appear in a number of big-budget dramas. Her role of Aaliya made her recognizable among people and she became the talk of the town for which she also bagged the Best Supporting actress award.. By and by, she is being seen on various TV stations and in TV serials. She assumed a lead job in drama serial ‘Tumharai Siwa’ opposite Ahsan Khan and Ayesha Khan on HUM Tv. The following serials where she featured in incorporates includes ‘Mera Naam Yousuf Hai’ with Maya Ali and Imran Abbas, ‘Shehr-e-Ajnabi’ starring Kiran Haq, Javed Sheikh and Uzma Gillani, ‘Dil-e-Beqarar’ opposite Hareem Farooq and Junaid Khan, ‘Aangan’ starring Qavi Khan, Irsa Ghazal and Arsalan Faisal and many more. She is a versatile actress who fit herself in every character she plays. She has done intense roles, comic roles and negative roles as well and got equally praised by the people. She is known for her supporting roles as she often avoids to be in the lead role.On other hand Mohammad Jibran Nasir is a Pakistani lawyer, civil rights activist, blogger, and an independent politician. Jibran is involved in relief work through Elaj Trust and advocacy for marginalized communities through Pakistan For All and is working to strengthen the counter extreme narrative through Never Forget Pakistan.Biography This dapper young gentleman barely needs an introduction! Jibran most recently made waves across Pakistan as the ‘Azaad Umeedwaar’ candidate from Karachi’s NA-250 and has since been casting a spell on us, particularly in his passionate election videos, urging his fellow Pakistanis to vote responsibly. Jibran regularly engages youth on topics of extremism and social taboos and has spoken at a total of 40 national and international Universities such as LUMS, IBA, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia etc.