Celebrities observe Shab-e-Barat

By: News Desk      Published: 12:25 PM, 9 Apr, 2020
Celebrities observe Shab-e-Barat

Throughout the world, the nervous believers observed Shab-e-Barat, the night of Sha'aban 15, also known as the Night of Blessings and Glory with heartfelt religious zeal and spirit, praying to Almighty Allah to ward off the mortal coronavirus threats from all human beings and living beings.

Pakistani celebrities also shared an insight into their prayers and wishes with their fans and followers on their social media platforms.

Here are the glimpses:

Mehwish Hayat

Taking to Instragram, Mehwish Hayat shared her picture of Holy Kabba and wrote: “On Shab-e-Baraat let's ask Allah for forgiveness. Never before has the world been more in need of prayers and understanding. Let's come together and pray that these difficult times pass. I pray that the devoted are able to visit the Haram Shareef again. I know what it meant to me.”


Nimra Khan

Nimra Khan also shared a picture with her sister and wrote: “On this wonderful night, focus on prayers and remember to be thankful to Allah Paak with Nafal Namaz. Today is the night of approval, it is the night when the deeds of the whole human year are presented above and rewarded. Remember to keep us in your prayers this lovely night.”


Momal Sheikh

Momal Sheikh shared a picture of her family and said: “Let’s raise our hands together tonight and ask Allah for forgiveness and make this difficult time for all of us go away and may Allah grant our Duas Ameen. Shab e Barat Mubarak.”


Juggun Kazim

Popular morning show host Juggun Kazim shared an adorable picture with caption, “On this night of forgiveness, take time to figure out all the people who wronged you intentionally and unintentionally. Remember them in your prayers and forgive them.”


Feroze Khan

Taking to twitter, actor Feroze Khan said: “Don’t panic ya all, do well. Just another break. It’s so much everywhere that I need a break as usual. Shab e Barat.”