Bakhtawar, daughter of former late PM Benazir Bhutto and co-chairman Pakistan Peoples Party, former President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari, got engaged with Mahmood Choudhary, today at Bilawal House Karachi.
However, the celebration was a private event, and photos from the engagement will be shared officially by the PPP media wing some times soon.
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Bakhtawar, ahead of her engagement ceremony, expressed gratitude for the love and prayers she has received.
“Very sentimental & emotional day. So grateful for everyone’s love & prayers. Especially our PPP family who, I know, are eager to participate,” Bakhtawar wrote in a Tweet.
“This is only the beginning. Will be able to celebrate in a post-Covid world”.
Very sentimental & emotional day. So grateful for everyone’s love & prayers. Especially our PPP family whom I know are eager to participate. InshAllah this is only the beginning – will be able to celebrate in a post Covid world. Please keep SMBB and our family in your prayers💗🤗
— Bakhtawar B-Zardari (@BakhtawarBZ) November 27, 2020
The PPP stalwart asked people to keep her mother, the late Benazir Bhutto, and all her family members, in their prayers.
Earlier, she had strongly reacted to the fake video posted on social media by the man while referring it to her engagement ceremony. The video showed a lot of people dancing at a function while ignoring coronavirus SOPs.
Taking it to social media, in a Tweet, Bakhtawar said, “These are obviously not my videos nor have anything to do with me. If reading isn’t your speciality (clearly says 27th on the leaked cards) then perhaps basic vision will allow you to see Bakhtawar is not in any of these videos neither are her very identifiable family members”.
On November 14, the Pakistan People’s Party announced that Bakhtawar will be getting engaged to Mahmood Choudhary, the son of a Dubai-based businessman on November 27.
Their invitation card has been sent to guests via email. The outdoor ceremony will be held at Bilawal House where the attendees are required to bring along a negative COVID-19 PCR test report taken in the past 24 hours.
Choudhary is the son of Mohammad Younas Choudhary and Begum Suriya Choudhary. The family hailed from Lahore and lives in Dubai and reportedly manages a diverse range of businesses.