Sajal Ali and Ahad Raza Mir are one of the most admired couples in the Pakistani entertainment industry. You celebrated your happy wedding year a few days ago. Ahad Extends Gratitude For Love On First Wedding Anniversary, Ahad Raza Mir took to Instagram and thanked them for all their love and best wishes.
Ahad Extends Gratitude For Love On First Wedding Anniversary
He wrote, “I know it’s a bit late, but thank you all, especially the fans, who made our first anniversary so special. We really feel like you’re celebrating with us.”
“For those who use the anniversary as an opportunity to help improve our environment, this is the best gift ever. Thank you. Everyone is full of love.”
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Ahad Raza Mir is currently working in the entertainment industry in Pakistan. He first appeared on a small screen in 2017 in the super-sized TV series “Sami” which aired on Hum TV. His excellent performance in this TV series received a lot of applause. He then appeared in many successful TV series such as “Yaqeen Ka Safar” and “Aangan”, both of which were broadcast on Hum TV. Although Ahad was famous for his romantic roles, he has played a variety of on-screen roles. He is also the star of Lylywood. He made his debut in Lollywood with the very popular blockbuster “Parwaaz Hay Junoon”. Ahad and his father Asif Raza Mir were also guests in the program “Salam Zindagi” broadcast by ARY Zindagi.
Sajal Ahad Mir had previously let the couple celebrate their first anniversary in Paris. To their surprise, this photo shows the iconic Eiffel Tower in the room. Nothing is more dreamy than this. Ahaad had previously shared a beautiful photo with his wife Sajal Ali that made her fans sniff their chemistry.
He took to Instagram and posted a caption on the photo that read, “It still feels unreal,” with a heart emoticon. The two were married at a wedding ceremony in Abu Dhabi, and relatives, relatives and friends attended the ceremony. The actor’s Nikkei images spread across the internet with a fresh and happy smile on his face.
He looked smartly dressed, wore a bright white sherwani, wore a color similar to “Kura” and gave him the breath of a luxurious groom.