Rahim Pardesi introduces his two wives on social media [VIDEO]

He is best known for his comic and hilarious character Nasreen.


  • Rahim Pardesi has introduced both his wives to the world in a video.
  • The YouTuber said all his kids and wives are happily living together.

Rahim Pardesi reveals that he has two wives.

Recently, a Scottish-Asian comedian and YouTube sensation, Rahim Pardesi, revealed in his vlog that he has two wives. He is best known for his comic and hilarious character Nasreen.

The Glasgow-based YouTuber, who has more than 2 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, proudly introduced both his wives to the world.

In a recent vlog, Pardesi introduced his complete family. His first wife is Sumera, with whom he has three children. According to the details, Pardesi and Sumera have been married for about 11 years.

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Pardesi with his first wife and children.

However, Rahim’s second wife, Somia, is an otolaryngologist-an ENT specialist (head and neck surgeon). Moreover, Pardesi and Somia are soon going to become parents as they have been expecting their first child together.

Rahim Pardesi with his second wife.

The YouTuber said all his kids and wives are happily living together. More so, the vlogger also requested his fans and followers to respect to his privacy.

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Rahim’s wives.

Watch the complete video here:

Pardesi with his first wife

What are your views on this? Share with us in the comments below.

  • It’s pretty shameful, to marry a second wife in the presence of a first one. His first wife was apparently chosen by himself, and has 3 children. So what sort of scum is he to do this to his first family. It is only going to cause unhappiness to them, it certainly will have taken a spark out of their lives, whilst their father is living it up with his second family. His second wife is educated, but immoral to be entering a marriage in this manner, it would have been better if she had married a man of different ethnicity, or not marry at all. It’s a sad situation, it’s morally wrong , and not recognised as a genuine marriage in uk. He says that it is allowed in Islam, but is also doing so much that is not allowed in Islam. This is one extremely hurtful act, that modern day Muslims should avoid,


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