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Urwa commends Farhan Saeed’s enthralling dance performance in award show

By News Desk

March 23, 2024 02:11 PM


Pakistani stars Farhan Saeed and Urwa.

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Popular Pakistani actress Urwa Hocane has greatly commended darling husband Farhan Saeed’s enthralling dance performance during the prestigious Lux Style Awards.

In the latest round of surprises, an incredible video popped up on social media featuring popular Pakistani singer Farhan Saeed perfectly dancing his heart out while offering very electrifying dance moves on a chart-topping Punjabi song.

 
 
 
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The video features Farhan Saeed decked up in a beautiful jacket based on multiple color combinations, paired with fitted pants and shoes: however, during its big round, the camera also captures Urwa Hocane amidst a huge crowd, seeming over the moon while applauding heartily her husband with a supreme lovely gesture.

Urwa Hocane took Farhan Saeed’s electrifying dance video to her Instagram story and added some incredibly precious words which reads: “Kya Bat Hai Farhan Saeed, you own the stage and How.” (admiring emoticons were also tucked in the narration)

 
 
 
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In response to the wife’s immense admiration, Farhan took her words to his Instagram handle and expressed gratitude with stating: “Look at You.”

It is important to mention that Urwa and Farhan have lately welcomed their first child named ‘Jahan Aara.’

 
 
 
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Lately, the duo has shared mesmerizing glimpses from their daughter Jahan Aara's Aqiqa ceremony on their Instagram handles.

 

The Aqiqa was celebrated right before the start of the holy month of Ramadan.

The best thing about the event was that Urwa's little princess donned her mom's very first pair of shoes at the special Aqiqa ceremony.

Urwa Hocane & Farhan Saeed Share Glimpses From Daughter's Aqiqa

Urwa Hocane & Farhan Saeed Share Glimpses From Daughter's Aqiqa

Urwa Hocane & Farhan Saeed Share Glimpses From Daughter's Aqiqa

 
 
 
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