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Pakistani Celebs and Their Mothers – A Glimpse Into Mother’s Day

The second Sunday of May is celebrated as Mother’s Day throughout the world when people thank their mothers for their sacrifices and never-ending efforts to take care of us. Mothers are showered with compliments, gifts, breakfasts in bed, and more.

While not everyone is able to celebrate Mother’s Day with their mothers, we all do remember them during this time. And those who can celebrate with them, do so in some of the most heartwarming ways. Several Pakistani celebrities posted adorable pictures with their mothers, along with heartfelt wishes and messages for them.

Here are some of the celebs who shared some adorable pictures with their mothers!

Aiman Khan

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Happy Mother’s Day Mama @uzmamubeen_02 ♥️

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Ayeza Khan

Sajal Aly

Saboor Aly

Iqra Aziz

Imran Abbas

Yumna Zaidi

Zara Noor Abbas

Nimra Khan

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Meri Zindagi hain ap Meri Maa M nothing without you

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Yasir Hussain

Imrana Ashraf Awan

Sadaf Kanwal

Saba Faisal

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Thank u GOD for creating mothers🙏🙏🙏🙏

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Osman Khalid Butt

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Picture perfect.

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Junaid Khan

Saniya Shamshad

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Nadia Hussain Khan

Mansha Pasha

Adnan Siddiqui

Ahmad Shahzad

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Have you seen God? Neither have I – but I have always imagined God through my Ami’s soul, as a true reflection of His glory. Perceived the strength of her motherhood, as greater than the laws of nature. Since the passing away of Abu, when I was just two, I have seen her juggle twice the work, stress, hugs and love to raise four morally correct and hard-headed children. Despite being a single parent, Ami stood tall in the face of adversity and carried herself with grace and dignity – hiding the financial and emotional battles she was fighting deep inside – under the garb of her angelic smile. Her selfless devotion and countless sacrifices ensured we remained self-sufficient – with our stomachs full, beds comfortable, and education uncompromised – all while accumulating no wealth or materials for herself. Being the youngest one – I shared a special bond with Ami. Still poignant are the childhood memories, when she used her superpowers to manage the finances without causing me any inconvenience – dropping me to School in a rickshaw and walking all the way home and back to collect me. My cricket equipment today, comprises of posh and exclusive items from around the globe, but nothing matches the value and status of my very first kit and bat – which she got me by selling some of her valuables. She enjoys my success more than I do. Prays for me the same way, continues to teach me the best lessons in life and keeps believing in me and my dreams. Whenever I am going through a tough phase, I think of how proud she will be at my achievements – and that keeps me going. I cherish her more than life itself and It is because of her that I learnt to appreciate and value women more. She is my support and superhero. Whatever I have achieved in life, or whatever I do, is worthwhile for the pleasure of sharing it with her. If only I could become half the person she is! I will never be able to repay her for the beautiful life she have given me, but will try that whenever she looks at me, she can see something of her angelic soul shining through! #HappyMothersDay

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Usman Mukhtar

Zhalay Sarhadi

Kiran Haq

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Ami❤️

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Shaniera Khan

Mira Sethi

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“Why don’t you hug ME??” my mother always says when I melt into a hug in my father’s arms. “Come here and hug me please,” she says, brow furrowed. ⁣ ⁣ When I was a kid, hugging my father was easy because he was bearlike, and always up for a hug. He would come back from the office and I would run towards him and he would scoop me up in his arms. ⁣ ⁣ It was a little more complicated with my mother. She was working as hard, if not more, getting The Friday Times on its feet. When she was not writing satirical columns, she was marketing the paper, working her ass off to generate advertising revenue, to build up circulation, then slogging harder to keep and retain revenue and readership. ⁣ ⁣ She always wore red lipstick. Her eyes were harried, alert. She had a big throaty laugh. ⁣ ⁣ My mother and I have had many difficult, painful conversations of what her chronic busyness – and stressed-outness – meant for us as children. Ali and I were lucky in that we had our Dadi and Maasi and Phuppo around, and they showered us with immense love.⁣ ⁣ But keeping a combative newspaper going was part of what drove my mother. Her search for her own identity began at 24 when she refused to accept her clan’s diktat, which demanded, among other things, that she marry a Syed. ⁣ ⁣ So she toiled. For many things – ideals, fruitful contradictions – and for many years. ⁣ ⁣ Now, when my mother asks me why I don’t hug her, I roll my eyes and laugh.⁣ ⁣ What I really want to tell her is that I love her anyway. ⁣ ⁣ I love her for her strength. (We have a thing for fetishising our mothers’ strengths, and for good reason. They are fucking warriors who understand they have no choice but to carry on, battle on, JUGGLE SHIT, SORT SHIT OUT, HANDLE SHIT. They get stuff done, they raise kids—and their emotional intelligence is sharper than Amir Liaqat’s tongue.) ⁣ ⁣ I want to tell her that I love her for her optimism, her mischief, her insistence on her own joyous and difficult journey, and her remarkable evolutions along the way.⁣ ⁣ Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers, those with us, and especially those in our hearts. #mothersday #memories #1990s #pakistan #mirasethi

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Meesha Shafi

Syeda Bushra Iqbal

Azan Khan

Mina Tariq

Omair Rana

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Happy Mother’s Day Ammi!

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