Ghana Ali under fire for marrying ‘Uncle Millionaire’ and wrecking a home
Ghani Ali with her husband.
Pakistan television actress Ghana Ali Raza who tied the knot a few days back is facing a barrage of criticism as Netizens dubbed her a home-wrecker for marrying a man who already has a wife and a son.
Ghana Ali Raza is a Pakistani television, film and theatre actress, but she is well known for her work in TV dramas. She has earned success with a lead role in the drama serial Sangdil.
Ghani made her film debut with Rangreza, which was released in 2017. Ghana Ali has most recently appeared in the drama serial Dilruba. The actress has recently tied the knot in an intimate wedding ceremony.
As soon as the pictures from her nikkah event surfaced on social media, Ghana Ali’s husband faced severe criticism due to his weight but within few hours details of his first marriage and a son went viral on social media. Netizens are calling Ghana Ali a homewrecker for marrying a man who already has a wife and a son.
A Facebook user named Syed Ubaid posted the details of Ghana Ali’s husband Umair with the pictures of his first wife on his feed with the caption “It is really shocking and appalling to see what rich powerful men of our society are capable of doing! The so-called millionaire boss of Karachi Mr Umair can be seen below with his wife and son and how within two months his wife’s world came crashing down when he started an affair with the famous actress Ghana Ali! Pictures are circulating of Umair’s marriage with Ghana Ali over the internet whereas his first wife and son had no idea this was going on.”
Earlier, the netizens, after seeing her wedding photos started showering resentment towards her husband’s looks. Yes, as soon as her Nikkah pictures got viral the fans started passing harsh remarks about her husband.
One internet user said, “The one whom she got married looks like an uncle.”
To this, another netizen replied “She herself isn’t a girl, she’s aunty.”
Ghana Ali schooled the obnoxious and mean comment in a pretty decent way, Ghana said, “You can call me aunty but don’t say anything about my husband, it’s a request.”