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Internet finds lookalike of Alizeh Shah in TikToker from Qatar

The Tiktoker can be seen singing and dancing to the Arabic song in the viral video. The fans have attached the picture of Shah in the viral video. The actress herself has not commented on her lookalike from Qatar.

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Internet users have found a lookalike of Pakistani actress Alizeh Shah in a Tiktoker from Qatar. The TikToker from Qatar has the same facial features and hairstyle. The TikToker goes by the username, Rania on the application.

The Tiktoker can be seen singing and dancing to the Arabic song in the viral video. The fans have attached the picture of Shah in the viral video. The actress herself has not commented on her lookalike from Qatar.

A few days back, Alizeh Shah was spotted smoking in a viral video on Wednesday evening. The video shows Alizeh Shah sitting in the car and smoking while her brother was seen sitting in the driving seat.

Read more: Actress Alizeh Shah spotted smoking in viral video

The video grabbed the attention of social media users. A score of them lashed out at Alizeh Shah for smoking while others were left shocked. Alizeh Shah has not reacted to the online backlash yet. The actress has been in the news for all the bizarre reasons lately. Earlier, her video of stumbling during the ramp walk in the fashion show had gone viral on social media. Then, the actress caught media attention for her ‘inappropriate dressing’ at a social event.

Read more: Alizeh Shah registers complaint against those leaking her smoking video

Alizeh Shah has also filed a complaint against those who captured and shared her video of smoking online with the cybercrime cell of FIA. It seems that the actress has perhaps decided to take strong action against those breaching her privacy.

Head of FIA Cyber Crime, Imran Riaz, turned to his Instagram story and supported the actress. In his clip, Imran iterated that “capturing, uploading, sharing, re-tweeting and transmitting a person’s video without their consent falls under electronic crime and people who are involved in the act can be imprisoned for at least three years or could be subject to an Rs.10 lac penalty.” Alizeh Shah also shared the statement of Imran Riaz on her Instagram.