“They didn’t kick me out of the club.”
Pakistani model turned actress, Saheefa Jabbar Khattak confirmed her fight with Iqra Aziz and Yasir Hussain in a Toronto club.
Saheefa rose to fame as she walked down the runway for numerous renowned fashion designers.
She also received the Best Emerging Model at the Lux Style Awards 2018 and Hum Awards 2018.
The model then turned to acting. She played the lead roles in the 2018 television series Teri Meri Kahani and Beti. Saheefa earned critical acclaim for her roles in both series.
Her fan following has continued to grow and many admire the young actress.
However, what many people are unaware of is her fight with one of Pakistan’s much-loved couples Iqra Aziz and Yasir Hussain.
Iqra shot to fame with her portrayal of the character Jiya in the 2018 hit television serial Suno Chanda.
While Yasir is a screenwriter, actor, playwright and host. He is most popularly known for hosting The After Moon Show (2018) on Hum TV.
He also played the antagonist in the 2018 serial Baandi. Iqra and Yasir tied the knot in a captivating daytime wedding on Saturday, 28 December 2019.
The couple is usually closely monitored by the media and fans.
In fact, the fight took place in Toronto for the 6th Hum Style Awards in 2018.
It was reported that the trio got into a spat in a club in Toronto.
According to a previous interview, Saheefa Jabbar was asked about her fight with Iqra and Yasir. She replied:
“What’s the point of talking about it now?”
Initially, it appears Saheefa was trying to avoid this awkward topic.
However, the host went on to share the story of the fight saying:
“In the club, Yasir and Iqra were together but when Yasir saw you he started getting close to you in the club.”
“Iqra got jealous and threw the glass on Yasir’s face and after this, you were all thrown out of the club. How is this story?”
Saheefa Jabbar, in fact, confirmed part of the story saying:
“This is true.” But she continued to state, “They didn’t kick me out of the club.”
Yet, when it came to pointing the blame, Saheefa said:
“It was Iqra’s fault and a little bit of my fault too and it was Yasir’s fault too.”
We wonder whether the trio has buried the hatchet or whether there remains a grudge.