Indian actress, Swara Bhasker congratulates Fatima Bhutto’s nikkah

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Indian actress, Swara Bhasker congratulates Fatima Bhutto's nikkah

Wishes for the famous and recently married novelist and activist Fatima Bhutto have come in from across the border. A private nikkah ceremony was held at the Karachi home of the former prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s granddaughter.

After learning about the incident, Indian actress Swara Bhasker, who is well-known for starring in films like Veere Di Wedding and Tanu Weds Manu Returns, came to Twitter to wish Bhutto well. The star congratulated Fatima and wrote, “So many congratulations.” “Wishing you two a lifetime of joy and companionship.”

Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Junior, the bride’s brother, posted a picture of the newlyweds and a prayer request on social media to share the news. He stated that only close family members and the couple’s loved ones were present during the ceremony, which took place in the family library, which had special significance to the bride. The family decided to hold a small party because of the serious difficulties that the country is currently through.

Bhutto, a writer, and activist born on May 29, 1982, is the author of several was born on May 29, 1982, is the author of several novels, including a memoir and a novel that focuses on the lives of those who live near the Afghan border. She has also written essays and articles for well-known worldwide journals.

Bhutto has remained mostly apolitical and critical of Pakistan’s built political system despite coming from a family with a considerable political history.

Contrarily, Bhasker is an Indian actor who mainly plays in Hindi movies. She is well-recognized for her supporting roles in popular films, she has also won praise for her leading roles in indie productions. She has received three Filmfare Award nominations and two Screen Awards for her talent.

Bhutto praised her brother for officiating the ceremony on her wedding day in a touching post on social media, explaining their decision to do it in the library in front of family photos and an authentic People’s Party flag that her grandfather had placed there.

While the groom wore a color-coordinated kurta and pajama, the bride selected a white Anarkali with a silver voice. She embellished with a silver maang-teeka, earrings, and red and white bangles.

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