Advertisement

Alizeh Shah gets a new life with new serial and hair cut

Pakistani actress Alizeh Shah gains popularity on social media as she takes to Instagram to give an important message to people on insecurities associated with physical appearances.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Pakistani actress Alizeh Shah has been trending atop on social media ever since the release of her new serial, Tana Bana, on Hum TV.

She is appearing alongside Danyal Zafar, who is Ali Zafar’s brother. For her new serial, Alizeh Shah rocked a new look with a short haircut for the series perhaps.

Shah is among the most followed Pakistani celebrity on social media who rose to prominence following her hit serial, Ehd-e-Wafa, in which she played the character of ‘Dua’ in a lead role against Ahad Raza Mir.

Alizeh Shah gets a new life with new serial and hair cut

Recently, she opened up about her biggest insecurity in an Instagram post. Taking to Instagram, she posted “hello people, here I am putting my biggest insecurity on display. Yes, I’ve been struggling with acne for quite a long time.”

“A lot of us had this idea that ‘Clear skin’ should be the goal but I guess living a happy life with acne is possible,” Alizeh said with a heart emoji.

Read more: Hania Amir speaks out about depression and how to help those suffering

She continued to give an important lesson to people on insecurities associated with physical appearances. “There is nothing more attractive than confidence, once you see your beauty, everyone else will do”, said Alizeh Shah in the post.

She also shared the picture of her no-make-up look revealing her acne scars on the face.

Alizeh Shah gets a new life with new serial and hair cut

A lot of Pakistani celebrities have talked about insecurities related to physical appearance. Previously Hania Amir had also talked about the acne scars and pimples that stress young girls who are beauty conscious and often feel less confident.

Read more: Hania Amir calls out fellow actor, Yasir Hussain

She has several times posted pictures of her face with acne scars. In one of her social media messages, she said that “I know that the idea of being “perfect” is appealing to the majority but you don’t need to be an airbrushed flawless image to feel beautiful. Nobody should feel the pressure of matching the ridiculous societal beauty standards. Have your own. Beauty is within and anybody who makes you feel small because of what you LOOK like shouldn’t be around you!” she said in an Instagram post.

Latest