Sheheryar Munawar Opens His Relationship With Syra Yousuf. Syra Yousuf and Sheheryar Munawar Siddiqui made an appearance on Time Out With Ahsan Khan to talk about their work together, including their recent photoshoot, lives off-screen, and struggle with mental health.
Syra Yousaf is a Pakistani model and actress and former VJ who works in Famous Pakistani Drama serials and telefilms. She is best known for her role in Hum TV serial Mera Naseeb. he made her acting debut in Hum TV serial Mera Naseeb. In 2012, she appeared in the serial Tanhaiyan Naye Silsilay with her husband Shehroz Sabzwari a remake of the Famous Pakistani Drama serial “Tanahaiyan” alongside Marina Khan, Badar Khalil, and Behroze Sabzwari. The next year, she began playing the role of Aleena in Darmiyan. She is currently working on a Famous Pakistani drama serial Pasheman as Zartaasha with her husband on Express Entertainment.
After Project Ghazi in 2019, the duo has recently worked together in Sinf-e-Aahan. Project Ghazi did not went well in cinemas and was pulled out soon after its release. Commenting on that, Shehryar said, “It was the first time someone experimented with computer graphics and superheroes on a film level, and hence that didn’t turn out how we expected. It was Humayun Saeed’s call to pull it back.”
Sheheryar Munawar’s is a name that needs no introduction. The hunk has a number of hit Pakistani films to his credit and has been one of the most consistent actors in Pakistan. His recent cinematic outing, Paray Hut Love was a box office success and his pairing with co-star Maya Ali was appreciated a lot.
Sheheryar Munawar Opens His Relationship With Syra Yousuf
Recalling a scene from the Project Ghazi, Sheheryar commented on Syra’s “magical smile.” Being awe-struck, he said, “When she smiles, it’s either if she’s awkward or she’s interested in you. When I was working with Syra, I thought ‘Okay, I like her, she’s good.’ But, the day she wore the uniform, I had a real-life filmy moment. Syra was wearing heels and a leather outfit and she was running. I was running as well and I was.”