Salute to photographers who came uninvited at Begani wedding, Ishna Shah’s response to critics

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Pakistani actress Ishna Shah, who got married yesterday, came under criticism.

Pictures and videos from different wedding ceremonies of Ishna Shah and Hamza Amin are going viral on various social media platforms.

On the one hand, in the comments of these pictures and videos, congratulations from her fans and fellow artists continue, on the other hand, the actress is being criticized for her dress and dance.

Actress Ishna Shah’s red lehenga made by a Pakistani designer was expensive. Social media users are criticizing her and saying that the actress is influenced by Indians, that’s why she has chosen such lehengas and looks.

The British music band ‘Sahara UK’ played a great role in the wedding ceremony and Ishna Shah also performed well, but social media users criticized this too.

On the other hand, actress Ishna Shah also took the critics with open arms and advised them on Insta story not to be crazy about Abdullah in the wedding.

Addressing himself to Mrs. Amin, he wrote that those who have a problem with my dress were neither invited to the wedding nor have they paid for my wedding.

He further wrote that my outfit and my jewelery are purely Pakistani, yes, but half of my heart is Austrian. May Allah bless us.

Addressing those who made the pictures viral, he wrote that “Greetings to the photographers who came uninvited to the wedding.”

It should be remembered that Ashna Shah announced the good news of her engagement to her fans on December 22 last year by sharing pictures with Hamza Amin on social media.

Earlier, a video was uploaded on the Instagram page by designer Varda Saleem, in which Ishna Shah looks emotional after seeing the sketch of her wedding dress.

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