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No regrets about marrying at young age, says Junaid Niazi

By News Desk

February 13, 2024 01:33 PM


Pakistani actor Junaid Niazi with wife

Pakistani heartthrob Junaid Niazi has appeared as a guest on Nida Yasir’s show ‘Good Morning Pakistan’, where he defended his early marriage decision.

During the span of the show, a fan asked the actor if he has any regrets about tying the knot at an early age.

To this, Junaid stood firm and answered:

“I think I got married at the right time, and everyone should at this age only.”

The actor also gave advice to young men and women, saying they shouldn't delay marriage to focus on their careers. He believed that one can continue to thrive professionally while being married.

“The age of 26–27 is the best age for marriage; do not agree with people who believe that they should settle down first and then think about marriage in their 30s."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_jZxhekcxw&t=81s

The ‘Tamasha’ star also acknowledged the positive impact of his wife and marriage on his life.

"When it comes to fan following, I truly appreciate the love and support, but family is a separate aspect of my life, and I have never regretted my decision."

Junaid Jamshed Niazi tied the knot with journalist Shajia Niazi in January 2018.

He also expressed how his daughter Izzah has been a source of luck and brought stability and success into his life and emphasized the importance of his daughter to him.

Junaid Niazi's Marriage Advice To Youngsters

It is important to mention here that Junaid Jamshed Niazi is an emerging actor who is steadily climbing his way to the top.

He gained a lot of attention in the reality show "Tamasha." He also had a blockbuster success with "Baby Baji," and now he is all set to make a comeback on TV screens with the new serial "Tum Bin Kaisay Jiyen," where he will be starring alongside Saniya Shamshad and Hammad Shoaib.


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