Sanam Jung — Pakistani actress, model, VJ and morning show host — is no more single now. Her personal life remained talk of the town when the rumours of her marriage with Waqar Zaka hits the social media but it is happening now with professional pilot.
Dil-e-Muztar star Sanam Jung’s mehndi function was held last night at her own home in Karachi, according to some online sources. The couple looked happy and smiling on the occasion.
Sanam Jung Mehndi and Mayon Pics
According to the source, the couple has been dating since 2012 and is now getting married in 2016. Well, its pretty good New Year celebration for couple.
The function named Mayun is mostly the function of girls in which every member of the family put ubtan on the hand of bride. Traditionally brides wear yellow on their mehndi but Sanam Jung decided to wear a silver and golden outfit.
Syed Abdul Qassam Jafri
To-be groom Syed Abdul Qassam Jafri reportedly is flight instructor. He is a Certified Flight Instructor at Alpha Tango Flying Services in San Antonio, United States. There are many photo of Sanam Jung mehndi and Sanam Jung mayon function which are now circulating in the web and fans are reacting on the social network websites like Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Sanam Jung Bio, Wiki and Career
Sanam Jung — also known as Sanam Habib Jung — started her career with Play TV being Host from August 2008 from May 2010. From May 2010 to April 2012 she worked with GEO television network. At Geo she worked as a VJ on AAG TV. She has appeared in commercials and also work as a model.
Jung — who is currently hosting Hum TV’s morning show Jago Pakistan Jago — made her acting debut with a leading role in the 2013 Hum TV serial Dil e Muztar. She showed the magic of her acting skills in this debut role and earned her Hum Award for Best Television Sensation Female.
She subsequently featured in the critically and commercially successful series Mohabat Subh Ka Sitara Hai (2013), Mere Humdum Mere Dost (2014), and Alvida (2015). She was also the host of the show Utho Jago Pakistan with Ahsan Khan for 21 days due to Iddat of Shaista Lodhi.