A video of Junaid Safdar singing at his Nikkah ceremony has gone viral on Wednesday on social media. Junaid Safdar, son of PMLN leader Maryam Nawaz, tied the knot with Ayesha Saif on Sunday August 22nd.
Pictures from the Nikkah ceremony have circulated on social media. The Nikkah ceremony met with a lot of frenzy on social media. A myriad of reactions came on social media. Some congratulated the couple while others trolled them and mocked the family. Amid the social media frenzy, a video of Junaid Safdar singing an old Bollywood song, ‘Kia Huwa Tera Wada’ has been circulating on social media.
To the surprise of social media users, Junaid Safdar sang a few lines in his melodious voice that left Pakistani Twitter users impressed. They appreciated his singing skills and showered him with praise. Others said that he sang the song to impress his wife, Ayesha, who was sitting next beside him.
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The Nikkah ceremony of Junaid Safdar has been a hot topic on Twitter for various reasons. A large number of Pakistani netizens believe that the bride of Junaid Safdar, the son of PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz, is not happy with the wedding. Comments poured in as pictures of the couple from the Nikkah ceremony floated on social media on Sunday.
Some social media users congratulated the couple and wished them while others trolled the couple. A large number of netizens believe the bride was not happy with the wedding. The pictures from the Nikkah ceremony showed the bride, Ayesha Saif, and groom Junaid Safdar sitting together.
Junaid Safdar singing at his Nikkah ! pic.twitter.com/qVem5vyFmD
— NنDEEM (@Nadeem_M5) August 25, 2021
Twitter users commented that the bride did not smile at her Nikkah Ceremony contrary to how brides are expected to be cheerful and elated on their wedding day. Such comments have triggered reactions from other social media users who schooled the other group to felicitate the couple instead of mocking and trolling them. Meanwhile, they also trolled Junaid Safdar for playing with his mobile phone during the ceremony.