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Thursday, February 15, 2024

Sonam Bajwa to visit Pakistan this year

This is not the first time Sonam Bajwa has expressed her interest. In an interview with the BBC Asian Network last year she praised Pakistani actors and the drama industry

Indian model Sonam Bajwa says she is planning to visit Pakistan this year. Bajwa revealed her plans to visit Pakistan in a Question/Answer session on Twitter.

A fan from Pakistan asked if she will ever visit Pakistan to which she said, that she is planning to visit Pakistan this year with a shushing emoji. “Sonam, please do visit Pakistan too someday!” To this, she replied, “I’m coming this year.”

Another Pakistani Twitter user asked her how it feels to be respected and loved in Pakistan and she said she feels “blessed”.

This is not the first time Sonam Bajwa has expressed her interest. In an interview with the BBC Asian Network last year she praised Pakistani actors and the drama industry. Sonam Bajwa praised Sajal Aly and talked about Pakistani dramas such as ‘Meray Pass Tum Ho’. She also praised the work of Ahmed Ali Akbar.

She also expressed her interest in being in a relationship with Fawad Khan, if he was not married. This is a mystery, I can’t tell, but only that the person I want to have an affair with is already married.” She further commented, “I don’t eye on married men. It’s Fawad Khan, so if he wasn’t wed, I’d make my move.” She expressed her desire in an interview with a radio portal, Connect FM Canada.

Read more: People of Pakistan clapped at my statements: Javed Akhtar

Sonam Bajwa has a huge fan following in Pakistan. Her videos often garner praise and massive views in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, the visit of another Indian celebrity Javed Akhtar has stirred quite a storm in Pakistan. Akhtar was visiting Lahore to attend the Faiz Festival in Lahore where he accused Pakistan of terrorism in India. His comments have stirred quite a severe backlash in Pakistan. He has returned but his statements against Pakistan are reverberating in Indian and Pakistani media.