Mehwish Hayat looked stunning in her latest photo and the dazzling picture has won the hearts of her fans on social media platforms.
The Load Wedding actress turned to Instagram and Twitter simultaneously and shared an adorable photo with thought-provoking caption.
She wrote, “The axe forgets but the tree remembers..”
Mehwish further added the hashtag: “#Patienceispower.”
The endearing post has garnered thousands of hearts within no time.
Commenting on the post, singer Aima Baig dropped a lovely comment with heart emoticons.
She commented, “Love love love it.”
On the work front, Mehwish Hayat will next be seen in film London Nahi Jaunga alongside Humayun Saeed.
Mehwish Hayat (born 6 January 1983) is a Pakistani film actress who is known for her roles in Load Wedding, Punjab Nahi Jaungi and Actor in Law. She was honoured by the Government of Pakistan with the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz in 2019.
The 2012 blockbuster romance serial Meray Qatil Meray Dildar marked a significant turning point in Hayat’s career, earning her praise and nomination for Best actress at Lux Style Awards.
She later won the Lux Style Awards for Best television Actress for her portrayal of a strong headed in Kashif Nisar’s acclaim series Kami Reh Gayi (2013).She achieved further success by featuring as the female lead in four of Momina Duraid’s romantic dramas—Phir Chand Pe Dastak (2011),
Mirat-ul-Uroos (2012), Ishq Mein Teray (2013), Ru Baru (2014) and Anjum Shahzad’s highly successful family drama Kabhi Kabhi (2013) and Nadeem Baig’s Dil Lagi (2016).
Mehwish hayat Personal life:
Hayat was born on 6 January 1983 in Karachi.
Her mother, Rukhsar Hayat, was a popular television actress during the 1980s, her eldest brother Zeeshan is a singer-composer while her older sister, Afsheen, is a singer as well. Another older brother, Danish Hayat, is an actor and, through him, she’s the sister-in-law of Faiza Ashfaq, a model.
Mehwish Hayat recently paid her respects to Pakistani cricket legends. Sharing a photo of herself standing against the Wall of fame in Gaddafi Stadium, Mehwish talked about how proud she felt at the moment.
“Felt a great sense of pride seeing the Wall of Fame of cricketing legends at Gaddafi Stadium which honours Pakistani heroes through the ages. My personal favourite captain was Inzama,
The Load Wedding star also made a unique observation while offering her respects. According to her, cricket legend Zaheer Abbas looks a lot like the Professor from the popular show Money Heist.
“Just noticed. In the picture over my left shoulder.. doesn’t Zaheer Abbas look like the ‘Professor’ from the Money Heist? lol,” she said.
Many agreed with Mehwish’s acute observation
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes, it screams only one: barbarity.
The shocking image of a toddler sitting on the bullet-riddled, bloodied body of his grandfather stirred up outrage in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K). And the numbing pain was felt by all those who believe in humanity everywhere in the world.
Even India’s jingoistic media couldn’t ignore the heartbreaking photo after it went viral on social media. The image tells of the grim situation in IOJ&K where millions of Kashmiris have been living in India’s chokehold since last August.
Soon after the picture went viral, many condemned the brutal attack. One of them being Pakistani superstar Mehwish Hayat. The Chhalawa star has been quite vocal when it comes to speaking against Indian atrocity on Kashmir of late. Mehwish has openly called out fellow artists from the other side of the border who have supported the Indian army’s activities in Kashmir.
“If this doesn’t move you, I don’t know what will,” the Load Wedding actor tweeted. “How can the world stand by quietly and allow Indian forces to act with such impunity and get away with this aggression against innocent people of Kashmir? How much longer are we going to turn a blind eye? This has to stop. Kashmiri lives also matter!”
Earlier, the Punjab Nahi Jaungi star called out the latest wave of xenophobia in India against Muslims, stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. The actor had shared an article about coronavirus conspiracy theories arising in India that target Muslims. Alongside the article, she talked about how the world is uniting in its fight against the pandemic, while in India it is being used to fuel bigotry.