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Thursday, February 15, 2024

Fiza Ali ties the knot

Beenish Saleem |

Actress, model and host Fiza Ali recently announced, on a social media post, that she has tied the knot with Ayaz Malik.  She also announced that she is going to quit the media industry and will not sign any further projects but will continue her show Eidi Sab k lie, on ARY.


Fiza’s announcement has come as a shock for her fans. Fiza Ali started her showbiz career in 1999 from a famous Television serial Mehndi. After that she had done numerous modeling and acting projects. In 2012, Fiza Ali appeared on the morning show, Subha ki Fiza on A-Plus, in which she was replaced by Sahir Lodhi in 2013.

After that she stepped into the fashion industry with the launch of her Kurti Line Collection under the brand name Signature Collection at Nairang Art Gallery, Lahore.

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In 2007 Fiza got married to a businessman Fawad Farooq. She has also a beautiful daughter Faral Farooq from her first marriage. Fiza and Fawad divorced around a year ago, however she did not bring her divorce news in the limelight and this is perhaps why the news of her wedding to Ayaz Malik came as a surprise to her fans.


According to some media reports, her marriage with Fawad wasn’t her first but it is rumored that it was actually her second marriage. She reportedly married for the first time during the start of her showbiz career but she has deemed these reports as false.

Now after her announcement on social media her fans are interested in knowing the reason of her divorce from Fawad Farooq.

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Weeks after Ayesha khan bid farewell to media for her marriage, Fiza Ali has announced retirement from the glitz and glamour world after remarrying.

Ayesha and Fiza’s fan are sad because they will miss them on screen.. We wish her a beautiful and blessed life ahead with her partner.

Beenish Saleem is an educationalist and an activist for education. The views expressed in this article are authors own and do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy of Global Village Space.