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Mariam Ansari celebrates husband’s birthday amid recent controversy about pregnancy

By News Desk

September 3, 2023 11:10 AM


Pakistani actress Mariam Ansari and husband Owais Khan.

Prominent Pakistani actress Mariam Ansari has been seen celebrating husband Owais Khan’s birthday with some close friends and family members.

A video has been circulating on social media featuring the adorable Mariam Ansari reveling in simplest yet gratifying birthday bash which has been particularly arranged for her husband Owais Khan on some exquisite rooftop location.

During the span of moving video one can seen Mariam Ansari endearingly carrying her baby boy with the assistance of cute baby belt while the lady can be spotted looking supremely adorable in her pretty cool outfit.

 
 
 
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The event has been graced by few guests including actress Saboor Ali and husband Ali Ansari, model Zainab Raza and some other close pals.

In case the readers are not aware, previously in a circulating video Mariam Ansari has been spotted adopting extreme measures in order to address the controversy regarding her pregnancy photographs which have managed to provoke alarming amount of negative feedback.

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Here are the exact declarations put forward by the actress during the span of the video:

 
 
 
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“Oh my god, the amount of hate I have received on my pregnancy pictures just shows…what do I even say? What do I say? It’s my profile; my choice. I’ve even had my child. It’s my choice whatever I post. If you don’t like it, you shouldn’t follow me. I don’t understand, since when is being pregnant some sort of badtameezi (rudeness) or behayai (vulgarity). You too were born just like this, so what? Yeah like double standards, you will watch Katrina Kaif dance, you will ‘like’ Nora’s pictures. But if a Pakistani actress who is fully dressed reveals her pregnancy, then, ‘oh my god, Astaghfirullah.’ I mean, if you were really all that great and you saw someone was pregnant, you would congratulate them; you would send prayers their way but no you people just have to spit hate or label our action as ‘English Culture’ tell me only English people can give birth to child? Pakistanis cannot expect babies?”

 

 

Here is some feedback emerged in the comment section of the video:

 

 

 
 
 
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