Quratulain Balouch Breaks Down Talking About Her Disintegrated Family Life – See The Video Here

It is said that family will always be family, and the bond is not determined by papers. But the entire process of divorce is very stressful for the kids. At the younger age, the first people they see is their parents. Seeing them acting unreasonable and inconsiderate about them will cast an everlasting impression on their lives, making them question trust in human relationships for the rest of the lives.

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Pakistan’s singing sensation Quratulain Balouch went through a similar experience. QB, even after achieving a lot in her career and moving way ahead in her life, felt like breaking down several times while telling the story about her disintegrated family.


While talking on famous show Rewind With Samina Peerzada, QB tells that she grew up in her phupho’s house because her parents divorced when she was young. She recalls their relationship saying that both of her parents belonged to a different school of thoughts and never got along. Due to them being poles apart, their relationship was never pleasant.

It resulted in her father divorcing her mother, and choosing to live with his second wife. Later her mother took custody of her sister and also left her to live in the United States.
QB talked in detail about how living alone for the most part in life shaped her opinions altogether. She said that she made many efforts to bring them on one page and save the relationship they had but failed. She recalled that back in 2013 when she met a serious accident, it was after ages that she saw her parents in one room. But soon, it again turned into a hot battleground where both of her parents were arguing with each other while she laid there fighting for her life. She said that at that moment, she finally decided to give up on them.
Here is the entire video:

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