“Please move on, I'm taken.”
Pakistan’s arguably biggest superstar, Mahira Khan, is currently busy with promotions for her upcoming Eid release, Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad.
The film marks her first project with filmmakers Fizza Ali Meerza and Nabeel Qureshi, as well as superstar Fahad Mustafa.
However, apart from her work life, Mahira’s personal life has always managed to grab the limelight.
Recently, while interacting with a fan on Instagram, the Raees star spoke about her relationship status.
A fan took to the social media platform and requested the actress to reject him, so he can finally move on.
In response to the fan, Mahira Khan wrote: “Please move on, I’m taken.”
Previously, the actress took to Instagram and shared a beautiful excerpt on love on what seemed like her beau’s birthday.
She then went on to tag Salim Karim. Many, among Frieha Altaf, Aiman Khan, and Areeba Habib, left heartfelt remarks on the same post.
The Verna actress captioned her post: “My love.”
Rumours about Mahira’s love life made headlines when the actress spoke about her relationship with the veteran star, Samina Peerzada on her web show in 2020.
When asked by Samina whether Mahira was in love with someone special, the Verna star had smiled sheepishly and nodded her head.
Mahira Khan smiled and wrote: “Yeah, I think I am in love.”
When Samina went on to congratulate her, the Sadqay Tumhare actress added: “I don’t know, I am so shy about it.”
Samina then inquired if she would know the person Mahira has fallen for, to which the former VJ had asserted: “You might but he’s not from the industry.”
Samina then asked Mahira Khan if she would want to name the person and the award-winning star shared that she wouldn’t.
The Bol actress said: “This is one thing I would want to protect with my life. I want to protect my child.”
She went on to add: “At first, I wanted to show everyone what an adorable baby Azlan is, but now I’ve become more cautious.
“If you notice, you really wouldn’t see Azlan’s face full front, it’d either be a side pose or a back pose.”
Samina ensured her that she had all the right in the world to do that.
Mahira Khan said: “I know we shouldn’t be so superstitious and I wasn’t someone who you would call a vehmi, but now I’m just like I don’t want any Nazar (evil eye).”