Mahira Khan announces break from social media
The world’s grim happenings seem to be taking a toll on Mahira
Mahira Khan shared late on Wednesday that she will be taking a break from social media, as per her tweets.
The world’s grim turnings seem to be taking a toll on Mahira as the Bin Roye actor decided to take a step back just a few hours after social media descended into gloom at the news of actor Irrfan Khan’s death.
“Taking a break from social media, for a little bit. In times such as these (and otherwise) just remember - sabr, shukr and tawakul,” tweeted Mahira. She however did not provide any more details into why she is taking the step or what prompted her.
Taking a break from social media, for a little bit.— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) April 29, 2020
In times such as these ( and otherwise) just remember -
Sabr, Shukr and Tawakul ♥️
All signs point to the deteriorating condition around the world and it may be that the starlet just needs a break from all the bad news circulating around social media each day. Just before she decided to take the step, the Superstar actor had shared a tweet in memory of the late Irrfan Khan who passed away early on Wednesday.
“You were and will always remain gold. Rest in greatness and peace. Ameen,” she wrote, sharing a picture after the untimely demise of the revered actor.
You were and will always remain gold. Rest in greatness and peace. Ameen.— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) April 29, 2020
In a recent interview with Samina Peerzada, Mahira had hinted that she may be love, but kept the identity under wraps – or did she? When asked by Samina if she would know the person, Mahira replied, “You might but he’s not from the industry,” before adding, “This is one thing I would want to protect with my life. I want to protect my child,” leaving fans confused whether she was actually talking about a man in her life or just her son.
We guess that will remain a secret.
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