Samina Peerzada’s blunt proposal for Usman Peerzada: Marry me or never come back
Usman Peerzada and Samina Peerzada
Pakistani TV and film actor, director and producer Usman Peerzada is feeling nostalgic.
In an interview called GMP Shan-e-Suhoor Usman reveals that it was his wife Samina Peerzada who approached and proposed him in a uniquely blunt way.
Film and television actress, producer and director Samina Peerzada tied the knot with Usman Peerzada in February 1975.
Basically they have been spending priceless moments together since almost a lifetime.
In the interview, Usman chose to dive deep into fragments of his personal life.
He revealed his ‘love story’ with Samina Peerzada from the very start.
Here it is:
Usman declared that initially he was working on a project with Samina’s niece. The niece was playing the role of Usman’s daughter.
However, little did Usman know that this on-screen daughter will also prove to be immensely useful in real life and she became the route through which Usman met Samina.
After a few intense meetings, Samina was blown away.
She realized that Usman is the man of her dreams and proposed him right away.
However her proposal was more of a ‘blackmail’ than a profession of her undying love.
It went like this: “Will you marry me? Marry me or go away and never come back”.
Usman reveals that he was very shocked by Samina’s straight-forwardness however he had already given her his heart and wanted her to be his life-partner so he agreed eagerly.
The major twist is that Usman and Samina’s marriage was a secret as Samina’s mother didn’t approve of Usman’s profession.
In the end, everything turned out well. Samina’s mother came to terms with the situation and the couple is living a fantasy in terms of a ‘happy marriage’ to date.
Usman and Samina have two daughters named Anum and Amal from their marriage.
Usman’s very own words from Shan-e-Suhoor for you:
Usman started with: “Samina’s niece was working with me, she was playing my daughter’s role”.
He further explained: “I met Samina through her niece. Later on, we met for a few times and it was Samina who proposed to me. She said, “Will you marry me? Marry me or go away and never come back”.
“I said yes , because I was shocked and yes I wanted to marry her, we got married secretly because Samina’s mother had issue with my livelihood but later she got convinced with my profession,” Usman confessed.
Usman and Samina’s tale is motivational and dismisses the assumption revolving ‘unsuccessful young marriages’.
A marriage conducted in young age or mature age is not the point. The point is that any marriage tends to last as long as there is mutual understanding and profound trust between partners.