Pak Actress, Sajal Aly Highlights Importance Of Right Partner In Marriage After Separation From Ahad

Pakistani actress, Sajal Aly recently shared her thoughts on society's pressure on women to get married and thinking that marriage is the end-game for them.


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Pak Actress, Sajal Aly Highlights Importance Of Right Partner In Marriage After Separation From Ahad

Sajal Aly is one of the most prominent names in Pakistani showbiz. The 30-year-old actress has not only captivated audiences in Lollywood but also made a name for herself in Bollywood and Hollywood. After working in Pakistani dramas for eight long years, she debuted in the Hindi film industry with the 2017 thriller film, Mom, co-starring Sridevi. In 2022, Sajal was also seen in the international film, What’s Love Got To Do With It?

Sajal Aly shares her thoughts on society’s belief that marriage is the endgame for women

At present, Sajal is busy promoting her new Pakistani drama, Zard Patton Ka Bunn, co-starring Hamza Sohail. During one such promotional event, the Pakistani actress spoke to Fuchsia Magazine and shared her thoughts on societal beliefs that marriage is the endgame for every woman. While acknowledging the beauty of marriage, she asserted that it should not define a woman’s life. Further talking about finding the right partner for marriage, Sajal said:

“I think wo hamari society obviously kuch cheezein hai jo hum bachpan se hum sunte aa rahe hai ki thik hai masters kar lo, beshak PhD kar lo lekin honi toh shaadi hai. I feel shaadi is a beautiful thing but haan aapke zindagi mein aisa koi partner ho jo support kare toh I don’t think ki shaadi bhi aapko mushkil lagegi.”

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Sajal Aly says women should get married when they find the right partner

Continuing her thoughts on the same matter, Sajal said that due to society’s regressive views, marriage is nowadays seen as a compulsion. Moreover, she also added that while life should never be just about marriage, it could be a beautiful part of one’s life. Sharing that one should get married if they have a supportive partner, Sajal added:

“Shaadi ko bhi, unfortunately, ek aisi chiz bana di hai ki hum kehte hai ‘yaar, abhi shaadi nahi’. It’s fine if you get married if you have a right partner, agar aapko aisa banda mil gaya hai, who is there for you aur aap ek dusre ke support bane, then why not. Life should not just be about marriage, but haan zindagi ka ek khubsurat hissa zaroor hona chahiye if you have a right partner to support you in every way.”

Check out the interview here.

When Sajal Ali gave a befitting reply to a troll asking her to get married

For those unversed, Sajal Ali was previously married to Ahad Raza Mir. They first met on the set of their drama, Yakeen Ka Safar. In June 2019, Sajal and Ahad announced their engagement and got married in 2020. Unfortunately, their marriage did not last long and they reportedly parted ways in 2022 due to undisclosed reasons. In November 2023, when Sajal shared an adorable picture of herself on her IG account, a netizen asked her to get married before ‘qayamat’. She boldly asked the same person, “Shadi ka qayamat say kya taluq hay mere bhai?”

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Other users quickly pointed out that Sajal has seemingly confirmed that she has indeed separated from Ahad. Some even agreed with Sajal’s reply, and they mocked the person who asked her to get married. However, netizens quickly pointed out that the actress’ reply confirms that she has really separated from her estranged husband, Ahad Raza Mir. 

What are your thoughts on Sajal Aly’s point of view on finding the right partner for marriage?

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