Pakistan’s heartthrob, Ahad Raza Mir’s most awaited Netflix debut with Resident Evil has landed the actor in hot waters. Mir who was featured as Arjun Batra, an Indian refugee of the global T-virus pandemic, can be seen in a seemingly bold avatar for Pakistani audience. Netizens have criticized the actor for forgetting his roots and could not help but compare the fate of his female counterparts for opting to do such scenes.
Pakistani actor Sajal Ali has removed her husband Ahad Raza Mir’s name from her social media, fuelling speculations that the couple has taken separation. Sajal changed her Instagram name back to her maiden name leaving the couple’s fans disappointed and shocked. Ahad’s absence from Sajal’s sister, Saboor Aly’s wedding had also raised eyebrows. He was also missing from wife’s movie Khel Khel Mein promotions.
Ahad Raza Mir has announced that he will be starring in Netflix’s live-action remake of Resident Evil. While the details of Mir’s character are currently being kept under wraps, the actor took to Instagram to share a poster of the series, captioning it with, “Evil has evolved. Resident Evil spreads to Netflix. July 14.”
Actors Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir tied the knot in Abu Dhabi, UAE today at an undisclosed location kick-starting the next chapter in their lives. The wedding ceremony of the beloved couple was attended by close family and friends and was kept a private affair. Photos of the pair’s Mayun ceremony were doing rounds on the internet with fans showering their love and well-wishes for the duo.
Wedding bells are finally ringing for actors Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir as the couple began handing out wedding invites. One of the guests is British Deputy High Commissioner Mike Nithavrianakis who later tweeted sharing pictures with the couple and said that it was wonderful meeting Aly and Mir to receive an invitation to their wedding.
Sajal Ali and Ahad Raza Mir are taking the plunge and finally tying the knot to each other reportedly. The news was initially shared by a local entertainment website that uploaded a picture of a cake which had ‘Ahad aur Sajal ki dholki’ written over it. Tagging Sajal and Ahad on the post, the portal wrote, “Let the wedding festivities begin.”