Celebrities support Saba Qamar’s decision to call off her engagement

Celebrities support Saba Qamar’s decision to call off her engagement

Several Pakistani celebrities extended their support to Qamar on social media.

Famed TV and film actress Saba Qamar took the internet by storm recently when she announced that she had got engaged with an Australia-based Pakistani entrepreneur to whom she had never met in her life.

But in a surprise Instagram post on Friday, the actress announced that she has called off her engagement with Azeem Khan. Qamar citied personal reasons behind the decision.

While responding to Qamar’s post, Azeem Khan wrote: "She hasn't written my side of the story," he said. However, he admitted that it was his fault.

Several Pakistani celebrities extended their support to Qamar on social media.

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The “Raees” actress Mahira Khan while lending her support to Qamar commented, “You do YOU. Happiness is just around the corner InshAllah.”

Singer Aima Baig posted, “Youre a strong badass, women. Also deserves the best of the best. Love youuu.”

Momal Sheikh said; “Allah is a great planner and he has planned the best for you.. you are a very strong woman and inspirational to lots of girls and women stay strong.. lots of prayers and love you.”

While announcing her decision to call off engagement she had posted on her Instagram, “Hi everyone, I have a very important announcement to make. Due to a lot of personal reasons I have decided to call it off with Azeem Khan. We are not getting married now.

"I hope you guys will support my decision just like you all have been supporting me always. I guess it's never too late to realise the bitter realities."

"I also want to clear one important thing that is, I have never met Azeem Khan in my life. We were only connected over the phone." Qamar said that she was going through a very difficult time right now but "this too shall pass."

The government of Pakistan honoured Qamar Tamgha-e-Imtiaz in 2012, and the Pride of Performance in 2016.

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