“You know it’s so surreal that she spoke to me"
Mumtaz has been spotted dancing with Pakistani actress Resham.
The meeting comes during Mumtaz’s trip to Pakistan where she has been exploring with Ahsan Khan.
Mumtaz was captured dancing with Resham to her song ‘Koi Sehri Babu’ from the 1973 movie Loafer.
The video has gone viral on Instagram after Resham posted the clip on her page, thanking Ahsan Khan for hosting a dinner and ghazal night.
The pair are both dressed in white outfits elegantly dancing to the classic song before embracing.
Ahsan also shared a video on Instagram which shows Mumtaz in his house sitting with a range of celebrities listening to Shafqat Amanat Ali sing.
In early December 2023, Ahsan shared the news that Mumtaz was in Pakistan and explained they were good friends who spoke often and had been discussing a trip to the country.
It is believed that Mumtaz is on a two-week visit where she will visit Islamabad and Lahore to meet friends.
Ahsan revealed that Mumtaz watched Pakistani dramas and admitted she enjoyed his latest release Sukoon.
Speaking about the encounter, Ahsan said: “You know it’s so surreal that she spoke to me when the first episode of Sukoon came out.
“She’s always been a fan of Pakistani dramas and a while ago she inquired if I was working on a project.
“I told her about Sukoon and after she saw the first episode, she told me it would be a very well-received project.”
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Mumtaz was also captured praising Ahsan for his work where she said:
“I have seen several other plays. But this particular show blew me away.
“The way it has been picturised, the cameraman is good, your performance is too good.”
During her stay in Pakistan, Ahsan shared a thought where he believed Mumtaz’s visit should be celebrated.
He said: “I think it is great that such a huge name across the border came to Pakistan and has been given the respect she rightly deserved.
“Mumtaz is second to none and I believe her being in our country is a symbol of harmony if nothing else.
“As artists, we should always welcome each other. We are all good friends and Mumtaz and I have been in contact for a long time.
“I am ecstatic that she’s in Pakistan. I am sure she’d find our hospitality charming.”