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When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

Mohib Mirza is a popular Pakistani actor with a dedicated fanbase. He began his acting career in the entertainment industry with the famous PTV drama “Zaib-un-Nisa.” He gained further popularity through his roles in dramas like “Deedan,” “Daam,” “Firaaq,” “Shehr E Zaat,” “Dushman E Jan,” “Ishrat Baji,” “Shab E Aarzoo Ka Alam,” and “Neeli Zinda Hai.” Mohib Mirza was initially married to Amna Sheikh, and together, they have a daughter named Missa. However, the couple quietly parted ways.

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

After his divorce from Amna Sheikh, Mohib Mirza tied the knot with Sanam Saeed. Their relationship was kept private for some time, but they officially confirmed their marriage last year. Recently, Mohib Mirza openly shared his feelings about falling in love with his wife Sanam Saeed.

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

In his own show “The Knock Knock Show”, Mohib was asked by the guest Nida Yasir, “I would ask a spicy question from you, ‘how did you meet Sanam Saaed?”, to which Mohib Mirza replied, “I will make it even more spicy for you, I would like to tell you that when did I feel romantic for Sanam Saeed, well, I developed feelings for Sanam Saeed when we were shooting our drama Deedan, the girl was right in front of me, I could clearly see her, that too the girl had a good height”.

Remember that, Mohib Mirza and Sanam Saeed’s serial Deedan was shot in northern part of Pakistan, the drama featured a complicated love story of two Pakhtoons who hailed from different tribes. The drama was aired in 2018. Have a look at the pictures:

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

When Did Mohib Mirza Fall for Sanam Saeed

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