Hey there, fellow movie buffs and drama enthusiasts! Get ready to have your minds blown because a recent revelation from a religious scholar on SAMAA TV has sent shockwaves through the entertainment world.

Remember those glamorous on-screen weddings you’ve seen in your favorite films and dramas? Well, it turns out they might not be as pretend as we thought! According to this scholar, tying the knot on screen could mean saying “I do” in real life too.

Yep, you heard it right! That snippet from SAMAA TV’s Sehri show last year, where the scholar dropped this bombshell, has resurfaced and gone viral faster than a gossip scandal.


But hold onto your popcorn, because the surprises don’t end there. Not only did the scholar suggest that on-screen marriages could be legit, but they also hinted that on-screen divorces might spell the end for real-life couples. Talk about drama on and off the screen.

Now, while we’re all for a good love story, some folks online are scratching their heads over this revelation. After all, when was the last time you saw a full-blown wedding ceremony in a movie? And how exactly does a fake “I do” translate into a real deal?

But amidst the confusion, there’s one group of people who are having a field day with this news – single actors! They’re joyfully tallying up their on-screen spouses, with some even joking about having more marriages than they can count. “Just counted… I have got 97 nikkahs then. Where are my wives, bro?” actor Ali Abbas asked in the comments section

Ushna Shah thought it was time to have an “awkward conversation” with her husband. Ahsan Khan responded with a surprised, “Seriously?”

Daniyal Afzal Khan jokingly demanded someone to bring him his wives. Umer Alam Khan made a lighthearted remark, saying, “Going by this, I’ve been married thrice now. Still have room for one more. That’ll probably happen in the next drama.”

Rapper and comedian Ali Gul Pir shared the video on his Instagram stories to make fun of the situation. He joked, “And you can get divorced by saying ‘Say pencil, your wedding’s cancelled’.”


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