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Iqra Aziz & Yasir Spotted Dinner With Bigg Boss Contestants

Iqra Aziz & Yasir Spotted Dinner With Bigg Boss Contestants. Yasir Hussain recently made his directorial debut with music video ‘Dori’. Featuring Lahore-based musician Harris Jarral, the execution was impressive. The artist has previously written scripts, acted on stage as well as in TV and films. Adding to the list is an upcoming telefilm, Pyaas, in which Yasir Hussain is starring opposite Minal Khan. The two are coming together for a project that talks about Pakistan’s water crisis. Director Syed Wajahat Hussain is at the helm of affairs.

Yasir Hussain’s fans and followers are endorsing his message and praising his thinking. Sonya Hussyn, a well-known actress of the showbiz industry, also expressed her pride in Yasir Hussain being her friend.

Right after Hassan Hayat broke the news, Yasir Hussain taking to his Instagram account shared an adorable picture of his newly born baby boy’s hand. Yasir captioned the picture as “Alhamdulillah. Allah k hukum se hum Kabir Hussain ko khushamdeed kehty hain.”

Yasir Hussain and Iqra Aziz are re-creating an iconic scene from Disney’s Lion King on son Kabir Hussain’s Aqeeqah ceremony. Turning to his Instagram on Friday, Yasir Hussain shared an adorable photo of himself and Iqra holding baby Kabir up in the air as they smile ear to ear.

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“Lion King (home made),” Yasir hilariously captions alongside the photo.

Yasir and Iqra hosted an up-close Aqeeqah ceremony of their son Kabir over the weekend, two months after his birth in July.

Iqra Aziz & Yasir Spotted Dinner With Bigg Boss Contestants

Iqra Aziz has shared an adorable vlog from their road trip to Hunza on her YouTube channel. Let’s Check out pictures and videos from their road trip to Hunza.

Earlier in May, Iqra Aziz took the Internet by storm with her pregnancy announcement. The actress shared her Godh Bharai photos with her fans, donning a gorgeous purple dress. The dress was designed by Fahad Hussayn and had 100 special duas inscribed in the dupatta that Iqra wishes to pass on to her daughter or daughter-in-law.

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