Momina Mustehsan announces engagement to US-based banker Ali Naqvi
Momina Mustehsan of Coke Studio fame has announced her engagement to Pakistan-born US-based banker Ali Naqvi.
Momina Mustehsan of Coke Studio fame has announced her engagement to Pakistan-born US-based banker Ali Naqvi. The singer and songwriter got engaged in a private ceremony on Sunday.
The 24-year old shared a picture on Instagram introducing her fiancé. According to her, they met only around a month ago and they exchanged rings after their families liked each other.
Hi world. Meet my fiancé, Ali Naqvi. We met each other for the first time less than a month ago, our families really liked each other and now we're engaged. Though we wanted to keep this only between our close family and friends, and celebrate this privately and get to know each other without unnecessary hype and interference, news got everywhere. I firmly believe that everyone has a right to keep their private life to themselves, but in this case, the ball is no longer in our court
Earlier this month reports were doing the rounds that Mustehsan was engaged to Danyal Zafar, Ali Zafar's brother. However she took to Twitter to clarify that she was not.
I'm not engaged to anyone, guys. Relax! — Momina Mustehsan (@MominaMustehsan) September 15, 2016
Mustehsan shot to fame after her Coke Studio performance of Afreen Afreen with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan went viral.
Here's wishing Momina and Ali a happy life ahead!
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