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Jemima Goldsmith recalls spending Ramzan in Pakistan

In a tweet, she reminisced about her time in Pakistan and what it was like celebrating the Holy month in Pakistan.

Jemima Goldsmith recalls spending Ramzan in Pakistan. In a tweet, she reminisced about her time in Pakistan and what it was like celebrating the Holy month in Pakistan.

In a tweet, she said, Ramzan in Pakistan was her favorite time. “Ramadan in Pakistan was my favorite time. A month not just of fasting but also of good intentions & trying to be a better person- no gossiping, swearing, boasting, or lying. A time for contemplation, charity, kindness, forgiveness, family & jalebis,” said Jemima in her tweet.

With the tweet, she also shared the trailer of her movie ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’.

Jemima always expresses love for Pakistan. Jemima Goldsmith, the former wife of Imran Khan, sings in Urdu in her latest BBC interview. Jemima was interviewed by Emb Hashmi regarding her fundraising for flood victims in Pakistan.

During the interview, the interviewer asked her to speak, rather than sing, in Urdu. Jemima then sang the song, “Ao Bacho Sair Karain tum Ko Pakistan Ki.” She said she heard the song when she was living in Pakistan. The host asked her to say something in Urdu. Jemima asked if she can say, ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ or if she is ‘looking for more. The interviewer then asked her to sing a song in Urdu. Jemima added that she is more concerned about her Urdu than her singing. She sang a famous national song, ‘Ao bachon sair karaye tum ko Pakistan ki’ by Saleem Raza. Goldsmith added that she used to sing the song with children.

Read more: Jemima Goldsmith sings Pakistan’s national sing in Urdu

Jemima already mentioned that she and her sons are half-Pakistani. She passed these statements while talking on the red carpet of the Toronto International Film Festival. Jemima was asked about her inspiration behind the movie. She said she lived in Pakistan for ten years, and her sons were born there. Jemima added that she came to Pakistan when she was 20 years old and left around 30; she and her sons are half Pakistanis.