Actor Humaima Malick took to social media to warn some netizens for circulating her ‘vulgarly edited’ pictures. She has also threatened her fan pages that she will be seeking legal help against them.

 Last week she posted a picture of herself on a hospital bed after a successful appendix surgery. “Nazar can take lives,” she said, asking her fans to pray for her.

The Dekh Magar Pyaar Say star added, “Allah has given me a new life, thank you for all those who have stood by me, my family who prayed for me, I request all my fans to pray for me. I have been given a new life from Allah.”


According to her post, the Raja Natwarlal diva spent 22 hours in Istanbul with a ruptured appendix without knowing it. “I have seen death,” she wrote.

“My God gave me a new life. Please be kind with everyone around you, life is too short. We don’t even know if we’ll be alive one moment to the next.”

She was in Istanbul for the IPPA awards which were held on October 31st. She travelled there with her mother and a host of other celebrities.

Emran Hashmi with Humaima Malik during a promotional event of their new  movie Raja Natwarlal in Bengaluru09 | RITZ

The Bol star also expressed her disgust after watching Noor Mukadam’s CCTV footage.

Noor tried to run away from Zahir Jaffer’s house twice before she was murdered, the transcript of the CCTV footage has revealed. The prosecution in the murder case submitted the transcript of the CCTV footage of Zahir’s house in the court of Additional Sessions Judge Ata Rabbani, which shows the events that led to Noor’s brutal murder.

As per the footage, Noor entered Zahir’s house at 10:18pm on July 18, Shehzad Malik reports for BBC Urdu. At 02:39am on July 19, the two could be seen coming out of the house with bags, which they placed in a taxi but they both went back inside the house at 02:40am.

Noor was found murdered at a residence in Islamabad’s upscale Sector F-7/4 on July 20. Her death sparked national outrage, including protests and candlelight vigils across the country.

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