Mahira Khan reveals she has had sleeping issues since childhood

Mahira went on to say “I used to dream with my eyes wide open - imagining God knows what all" in an Instagram post while opening up about her sleeping patterns since childhood.

Mahira Khan sleeping issues

Pakistani superstar Mahira Khan has revealed that ever since she was a child she had a sleeping issue, saying ‘I used to dream with my eyes wide open.

Taking to Instagram, the Raees actress shared artwork with song Nindiya Re in its background saying ‘Ever since I was a child I’ve had a sleeping issue.. or at least that’s what I was told. All I remember is, waiting for the night to come so that everybody else would fall asleep and I would have the night all to myself.

Mahira Khan: sleeping issues

Mahira went on to say “I used to dream with my eyes wide open – imagining God knows what all.”

“Acting in a film, winning something in school, talking to the boy I had a crush on. I would play out different scenarios every night,” she further revealed.

“I can’t say I miss it.. because nothing really has changed (except for the scenarios of course)! What I do miss, is my Ama singing to me when we were little. That used to put me to sleep right away,” the actress further said.

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Ever since I was a child I’ve had a sleeping issue.. or at least that’s what I was told. All I remember is, waiting for the night to come so that everybody else would fall asleep and I would have the night all to myself. I used to dream with my eyes wide open – imagining God knows what all. Acting in a film, winning something in school, talking to the boy I had a crush on.. I would play out different scenarios every night. I can’t say I miss it.. because nothing really has changed ( except for the scenarios of course)! What I do miss, is my Ama singing to me when we were little. That used to put me to sleep right away.. P.S will be stealing more of your work for my stories @abdalmufti amazing art 🍂 @kaavishtheband 🧡

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Mahira Khan demands awards for technicians

Mahira Khan has been pretty inactive on social media platforms for the past few weeks. In the recent post, Mahira Khan demanded award shows to create a separate category for technicians who helps in the making of the movie and TV dramas and serials. “I have been wanting to say this for a while – I hope that our award shows create categories for our technicians. It’s about time! I hope we get to see Choreographers, cinematographers, art directors, editors, etc get recognition. Our films/dramas are nothing without them,” wrote Mahira Khan on Instagram. She expressed these views while extending birthday greetings to her colleague.

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Earlier, Mahira turned to the photo-video sharing app and extended her prayers to the victims of Beirut explosions. Sharing a broken heart, she wrote, “To the loveliest people I’ve met… I’m so sorry.. sending prayers.”

Mahira Khan joined a score of Pakistani and Turkish celebrities who expressed grief over the horrific Beirut explosions. The notable celebrities from Turkey and Pakistan took to Twitter to express their concerns and solidarity with the victims of two massive explosions that rocked the city of Beirut two days ago. The two explosions have killed at least 113 people and injured over 4,000 in Beirut.

Beirut explosion: Pakistani celebrities express solidarity

Pakistani celebrities including Hamza Ali Abbasi, Mehwish Hayat, Humayun Saeed, and others expressed condolence on Twitter. Mehwish Hayat tweeted with a broken heart emoji “The footage coming in from Beirut is truly devastating. My heart grieves for all the people suffering… Sending them lots of prayers and love #Beirut #BeirutExplosion #Lebanon.”

Meanwhile, Resurrection Ertugrul famed Engin Altan Duzyatan also asked his fans and followers to pray for the victims of Beirut explosions. He tweeted, “Pray for Beirut.” Engin Altan Duzyatan’s wife, Neslihan Alcoklar, also tweeted in support of the victims of Beirut explosions. She took to her Instagram account, and updated her story in which she wrote, “We feel you #Beirut.”

GVS News Desk with additional input by other sources

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