Amir Liaquat Proposed Me in Front Of His Wives Twice, Fiza Ali Reveals

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Amir Liaquat sent shockwaves across the internet when he recalled asking Fiza Ali to get married to him in front of his second wife, Syeda Tuba Amir.

This happened on Fiza Ali’s show on a local television channel when she asked Tuba Amir if she could stand with her husband. To this, Amir Liaquat replied that it could have been she instead of Tuba being called on the stage as his second wife.

“It could have been you who would have been announced to come with me, but you’re a little late,” PTI member national assembly said.

Talking about what happened on the show, Fiza Ali opened up about how Amir Liaquat proposed her in front of his first wife, Bushra. Fiza Ali disclosed that Amir Liaquat proposed her for the first time when she got divorced.

“When I got divorced, he proposed to me in front of his wife with a good gesture. It was not like we used to meet or something. I just went to Karachi and he directly talked to me about marriage when he got to know that I have separated from my husband,” Fiza Ali said.

She went on to add that Amir Liaquat wanted to get married to her in front of the whole world. But she didn’t pay much attention to his proposal since she was battling depression at that time.

“He wanted to get married to me in front of the world. He proposed to me in a very nice manner in front of his wife (Bushra). But I was battling depression and used to ignore everything. Then after this, I heard about his second marriage with Tuba. Both are my really good friends,” she added.

The renowned actress and host further added that, “Amir Liaquat came on the show and joked about it again. He said it’s not too late to get married. He said Tooba has no problem with it.”

Fiza Ali faced severe backlash after her video of praising Amir Liaquat for his marriage proposal went viral.

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