Glimpses of Iqra Aziz and Yasir Hussain Trip To Dubai. Iqra Aziz and Yasir Hussain are one of the most popular celebrity couple in town. Iqra and Yasir got hitched in December 2019 after Yasir proposed his lady love at the LSA 2019. They welcomed their first child Kabir in July, 2021. The couple is famous for their remarkable acting skills in various dramas and films.
howbiz diva Iqra Aziz talks about her rough childhood. The Suno Chanda star opens up about her formative years around the streets of Saddar, Karachi.
Iqra Aziz one of the most talented and popular Pakistani TV actress. She has become the name of the household because of her amazing acting skills in versatile roles. Her drama Khuda Aur Muhabbat 3 has broken the records of the most viewed drama. The amazing star adored and most appreciated for her role in the drama Suno Chanda. She married the famous actor, screenwriter, and host Yasir Hussain in 2019 and recently gave birth to their son, Kabir.
After a hectic work routine and busy schedule throughout the year, Iqra and Yasir decided to spend their vacations abroad. This time around, the couple was spotted vacationing in Dubai along with their friend Maida Azmat. Iqra and Yasir took to their Instagram accounts to share some glimpses from their trip as they recently visited Burj Khalifa. The duo is surely having a blast as they enjoy their vacations in Dubai, leaving their fans gushing over the beautiful pictures.
Iqra Aziz is one of the popular star in the Pakistani showbiz industry. Although the actress is on ‘mommy duty’ with her newborn son, Iqra Aziz does not plan on slowing down anytime soon as she is ready to get back to work. Recently, Iqra sat down for an interview with FUCHSIA. The Suno Chanda talks about her experience of motherhood as well as her rough childhood that made her who she is today.
Glimpses of Iqra Aziz and Yasir Hussain Trip To Dubai
Iqra Aziz comes from a close-knit neighborhood in Karachi. The Qurban star grew up in Saddar. She had a strained relationship with her father, whom she lost at the age of 14-15. Growing up without a father, Iqra picked up ‘street smarts’ to deal with people more confidently. The 24-year-old used to roam around the streets of Saddar.