Watch: Mahira Khan shimmies in Paris with Lebanese actor Daniella Rahme

Published: October 15, 2019
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KARACHI: Actor Mahira Khan seems be doing a lot of dancing lately with celebrities during her time in Paris. We can’t forget her swaying down the catwalk during her runway debut at Paris Fashion Week with Hollywood icon Helen Mirren, now, with a prominent Lebanese actor in front of the glistening Eiffel Tower.

Daniella Rahme took to Instagram to share the cute video of the duo dancing to an Arabic song. The star wrote that she and Mahira decided to dance to Emirati singer Hussain Al Jassmi’s “new hit in the middle of Paris!”

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“My crazy Mahira … Miss you already beauty,” wrote the L’Oréal Paris ambassador, who also walked the ramp with Mahira earlier at the L’Oréal Paris Le Défilé show.

Earlier, she had posted a video of the model pair with the caption, “WE ARE WORTH IT!”, and said she had “walked alongside some of the most inspiring women with my #Lorealparis family”.

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Mahira also responded to the Lebanese actor with all love, posting heart emoji’s on the video shared to social media.

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Daniella recently starred in Lebanese murder mystery series Al-Kateb, which made it to Netflix. The thrilling series is now available to the audience of 190 countries under its English title The Writer.

At the Paris Fashion Week, Pakistan’s beauty queen set fire to the ramp as she flaunted a leather jacket and skinny black jeans by Karl Lagerfeld.

Mahira was also joined by Señorita singer Camila Cabello, Indian actor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria, among other famous faces.

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