Social media users have found Pakistani’s actress Mehwish Hayat’s look alike in Iraqi Instagram influencer Lady Roza.
When compared the social media users found an uncanny resemblance in the facial features of both the females. Earlier, Mehwish Hayat was compared to her Bollywood counterpart Nargis Fakhri. It is unclear if Mehwish Hayat has seen her look alike yet.
Hayat’s fans are amused with the pictures of the ladies circulating on social media. With striking similarity between the ladies, it is difficult to identify Mehwish Hayat among them.
Besides her, many other Pakistani celebrities have found their doppelgangers. The likes of Hamza Ali Abbasi, Osman Khalid Butt, Syra Yousuf, Adeel Hashmi have been compared to various Bollywood celebrities.
On the work front, she will be next seen in London Nahi Jaungi along with Humayun Saeed. The duo earlier appeared together in the movie Punjab Nahi Jaungi.
Earlier, Mehwish Hayat posted her picture on Twitter and asked people to share their darkest desire and wishes. The actress received interesting replies to her post. One user expressed that his wish is to see her in the role of Humayun Saeed’s sister.
Her career in the entertainment industry is in full swing. Multi-talented actress, Mehwish Hayat had received Tamgha-e-Imtiaz for her remarkable achievements in Pakistan’s film industry.
Pakistani actress Mehwish Hayat also appeared in Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie’s documentary, ‘My World’ produced in collaboration with BBC World and Microsoft.
The documentary is intended for people aged 13 and above. ‘My World’ is a global show that will bring forth the real stories behind the news and provide facts to viewers for their discernment on international issues.
She shared the news with her followers on Instagram and Twitter accounts. The actress shared the teaser of the interview.
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“The roles that I’ve done, they have been the type that has broken stereotypes. I want the male actor and female actor to get the same amount of money so that they get an equal amount of respect,” said Hayat.
“Social media if used the right way, can be really helpful, healthy and progressive; it can build people up,” she added.