During a latest visitor look on the FWhy Podcast, actor Mansha Pasha revealed new particulars of how her relationship with her husband Mohammad Jibran Nasir began on the web, advanced over time, and finally culminated in marriage.
The Laal Kabootar star shared with host Frieha Altaf snippets of her journey from nurturing a deep friendship with Jibran online and offline to tying the knot with the well-known lawyer and civil rights activist.
With a dialog spanning an hour and 19 minutes, Mansha and Frieha bonded over their shared experiences and observations, collected over the numerous years the 2 have labored within the Pakistani leisure business. Mansha spoke actually about her childhood, early household life, and the way she began out as a line producer after which slowly made her method into mainstream appearing by taking over small and supporting roles.
As the dialogue between the artist and the CEO of Catwalk Event Management, the subject of psychological well being and therapeutic was additionally delved into, with Mansha revealing that she suffered by means of a really troublesome time following the breakdown of her first marriage. She shared that it took her a couple of years to beat the heartbreak and really heal from that ordeal.
From the subject of struggling with poor psychological well being and therapeutic from traumatic life experiences, the previous mannequin and host then jumped to the topic of the Zindagi Gulzar Hai actor’s marriage to Jibran. She began off by praising Jibran for his hand-on, on-ground activism after which asking the Mohabbat Tujhe Alvida actor about how she met her husband.
In response to this, Mansha revealed that their friendship began online after which advanced additional after they began to fulfill up at social gatherings or hangouts with a few of their mutual mates: “We were already friends online and then we met through mutual friends.”
“We started off as just being friends but then very soon after that from both our sides, there was a mutual liking,” confirmed Mansha when requested if she and Jibran had been mates previous to courting and getting married.
“But, you know, I had also gotten out of a difficult relationship, so we didn’t want to jump into it. We wanted to see how we are together,” added the Shehr-e-Zaat actor to elaborate on how the couple spent a while attending to know one another earlier than they initiated any type of dedication to at least one one other.
The pair received married in April of 2021.