Armeena remembers quality time spent in Italy's Sicilia: ‘A moment is all we have’

By: News Desk
Published: 11:41 AM, 12 Sep, 2022
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Actor Armeena Khan shared an image of herself during a previous trip to Sicily, Italy. The actress is standing in Italy—boot of the Europe—while dressed in eastern attire, and the lovely landscape background reveals that she is in front of a river.

She posted the picture with the caption, ‘Moments’, and also acknowledged the artist Nabeelsaab in her post. A lovely exchange between the two took place in the comment area when he remarked on Khan's photo with the phrase "Apple of our eyes," to which she replied, "You took this picture. “Once more, Nabeel wrote, "Lucky me”.

Another blogger, Usama Sheikh complimented Khan by calling her ‘Superstar’ to which she reacted with a heart emoji. 

Fans adored Khan's image and praised her beauty in her stunning outfit and eye-catching setting. One of them added, "A moment is all we have," to the caption she had written. Khan expressed appreciation for the statement by pressing the "like" button.

Armeena Rana Khan, a Pakistani Canadian actress and model," was born in Canada. She is one of the most well-known actresses in Pakistan and has been nominated for a Lux Style Award, a Hum Award, and a Nigar Award. Khan became well-known in the Urdu entertainment sector thanks to the majority of her incredibly successful television series in which she has starred.  She was listed among the "50 Sexiest Asian Women" by Eastern Eye in 2016, and the Pakistan Achievement Awards presented her with the Women Empowerment Award the following year.

Little Known Facts about Sicily 

Sicily was once ruled by Muslim rulers. The Muslim conquest of Sicily began in June 827 and lasted until 902, when the last major Byzantine stronghold on the island, Taormina, fell. Isolated fortresses remained in Byzantine hands until 965, but the island was henceforth under Muslim rule until conquered in turn by the Normans in the 11th century.