Noor Bukhari launches YouTube channel to share religious transformation

Published: March 14, 2018
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Former actor Noor Bukhari last made headlines when she announced that she was leaving the showbiz industry following her divorce from Wali Hamid Ali Khan and appeared wearing a hijab on a morning show.

#subscibe#to #myoffical#youtubechanel #NoorBukhari#official

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On March 13, 2018, Bukhari shared a video on her official YouTube channel stating that she will be posting regularly. In the video, the former dancer and actor mentioned that from childhood till present day, her life has been a “roller coaster ride.”

LAMHA Lamha hai mujh par Nabi SAW ki Atta…

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Bukhari expressed, “On this channel,  I will be sharing my experiences with you. I will also be taking you on a journey of my transformation – which is how I turned towards religion from being an actor.”

#mujhymeraAllahKafiHai#iloveAllah#hijab #

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Adding further, 35-year-old also said that she would be lending words of wisdom to her audience, including but not limited to, fitness and beauty tips.

“I want to connect with all my fans by telling them my story and I want to be able to help people solve their problems from what I have learnt in my life so far,” she stated.

Bukhari emerged as a leading actor in the 2000s, after starring in Mujhe Chand Chahiye opposite Shaan Shahid. She bagged leading roles in many movies over the years such as Billi, Tere Pyar Mein and Ghar Kab Aogay. She also ventured into the drama industry with projects like Uff Yeh Larkiyan and Mere Angnay Mein. To top it off, she has enjoyed immense popularity as a morning show host.

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  • S.Ghulam-e-Murtaza Rashdi
    Mar 14, 2018 - 3:06PM

    a good decisionRecommend

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