Junaid Safdar’s weight-loss transformation will SHOCK you!

By: News Desk      Published: 11:30 AM, 3 Sep, 2021
Junaid Safdar’s weight-loss transformation will SHOCK you!

The eldest son of Vice President Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) Maryam Nawaz and Capt Safdar Awan (retd), Junaid Safdar has been trending on the internet for carrying himself with utmost grace on his wedding day however some might not be aware that Mr. Safdar has been through a startling weight-loss journey.

The most recent update on Junaid Safdar and his wife Ayesha Saif (daughter of former Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB)) has emerged on the internet and the couple looks QUITE dazzling together while Mrs. Junaid takes a selfie in her red top, sleek hairstyle and doll eyes.

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On the other hand, Junaid Safdar who stands at the back looks like an absolute hunk however did you know that Maryam Nawaz’s son was a bit on the over-weight side previously?

Some pictures have been circulating on social media which feature Junaid’s astonishing transformation over the years.

Junaid who was a bit on the healthy side with bulging cheeks and an ordinary sense of style has now completely changed his game with a sleek jawline and amazing wardrobe choices.

Previously, a picture had been trending quite a lot over the internet which featured the duo having a good time on their first outing after marriage.

As always, they radiated some promising chemistry while Junaid stood all high and mighty above his wife and Ayesha chose to sit down looking the epitome of innocence.

This outing took place in what seemed like a playground.

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Junaid Safdar and Ayesha Saif’s wedding ceremony which took place in London became one of the most trending topics due to Maryam Nawaz’s son choosing to sing with promising grace on his big day and the song selection was on point as well.