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One Direction fans plead with Madame Tussauds to not take down the band

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One Direction millions of followers were left shocked to here the reports of the band member’s wax figures being removed from Madame Tussauds in London.

Tim Waters of the museum announced, “One Direction fans fight over wax leftovers as Madame Tussauds takes band off show,” quoted The Mirror.

The boy group’s admirers, however, are not ready to bid farewell to their pop idol’s statutes just yet as they have bombarded the museum with their request to not take band off the show.

“The number of requests we’ve received offering to take ownership of all, or part of, our One Direction figures shows the impact they’ve made on their fans,” Waters shared.

Its ‘s been seven years since the group members parted their ways but their popularity is still touching the sky with Harry Styles being the most active of them all.

The Watermelon Sugar song-maker went to Mick Fleetwood to received guidance after exiting the band.

During his conversation with Vogue, Fleetwood said, “One of the earliest conversations Harry and I had, and one that continues today, is he looks at a band, entity, or a person, and thinks, ‘What allowed that to keep going? What allowed it not to lose the plot?’ That, as you know, is Fleetwood Mac’s story.”

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In Pakistan, getting married has become a challenging endeavor: Tanveer Anam

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Entertainer Anam Tanveer recently discussed the problematic mindset of Pakistanis in a podcast interview, stating that marriage has turned into a “complicated task” in Pakistan.

“This is not the case in any other part of the world,” she said. “It’s completely different in Pakistan than it is in the rest of the world, where a guy and a girl get married if they like each other, regardless of their background, status, or religion.”

“This is because, in this case, a guy from DHA who has feelings for a girl from Malir cannot marry her; this shouldn’t be the standard,” she continued.

He would allegedly say, “It’s a cheap, backward neighborhood, and I can’t marry a girl from there,” if I lived in North Nazimabad. People now focus more on a person’s neighborhood than on their compatibility, education, character, or history. “The actor of “Tere Bina Mein Nahi” clarified that a guy from DHA would marry a female from the same area.

In her words, Tanveer described her ideal life partner as someone who respects women in general and who believes in and encourages his wife to pursue her professional ambitions.

She came to the conclusion, “To date, I have not met a single Pakistani man who respects women well.”

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Aima Baig alerts her fans regarding fake Snapchat account

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A fraudulent Snapchat account impersonating Aima Baig has compelled the Pakistani vocalist to caution her supporters. To counteract the rumors suggesting that she was the proprietor of the fraudulent account, Baig posted a screenshot of it on her personal Instagram account.

Baig shared a screenshot of the counterfeit account on her official Instagram profile, expressing astonishment that anyone could confuse the unauthenticated account with her own.

Baig admitted to not possessing a Snapchat account and expressed her belief, via her Instagram story, that the app is inappropriate. She provided reassurance to her admirers that she has no plans to create a Snapchat account in the future.

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Baig was astonished by the fact that individuals would place their confidence in unauthenticated accounts to the extent of making purchases with them. She cautioned her fans against being deceived by the fraudulent Snapchat account and advised them to prioritize her Instagram stories.

The vocalist acknowledged occurrences of deceit using counterfeit accounts, although refrained from providing detailed information about those particular incidents.

Aima Baig’s tip serves as a reminder to her fans to exercise prudence and verify the legitimacy of social media profiles in order to avoid being deceived by fraudsters.

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Kanwal Aftab discusses her difficult upbringing in an honest manner.

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Kanwal Aftab, a well-known Pakistani TikTok user, shocked her followers in a recent video by sharing an intimate father tale.

Fans questioned the TikToker and her spouse, Zulqarnain Sikandar, over her father’s absence on their YouTube channel.

Her statement, “I usually don’t talk about my father because it makes me emotional,” made clear that talking about family matters is delicate, especially when it involves past pain.

Her parents’ separation was disclosed by her while she was in the third grade. “My father left us at my grandmother’s house and never returned,” said her. Because of his inability to pay her school fees after their breakup, she was expelled from the school.

Despite their families’ disagreement, Kanwal claimed that her mother and maternal uncles never prevented her from meeting her father. Though he stays off social media, he hasn’t appeared in any of her videos, even though she still sees him intermittently.

Together with fellow TikToker Zulqarnain Sikandar, Kanwal Aftab got married in 2021, and the couple welcomed a daughter the previous year.

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