Netizens Slam Sana Khan’s Husband At Baba Siddique Iftaar Party. Find Out What Happened!
Baba Siddique-Zeeshan Siddique’s, Iftaar Bash is the talk of Mumbai these days. Some of the famous people from the worlds of cinema and television have joined the huge party. Ankit Gupta, Emraan Hashmi, Priyanka Chahar Choudhary, and other famous people have joined Baba Siddique’s Iftaar party.
Actress Sana Khan with her husband, Mufti Anas Saiyad, attended the celebration. A video of Sana and her husband has gone viral on social media. Read further to know more.
Mufti Anas Saiyad Was Seen Dragging Sana From Iftaar Party
Sana and Anas were present at the Iftaar Bash. Paparazzi posted a video of an disturbed Sana Khan who is pregnant and expecting her first kid. The footage has now gone viral online. Sana Khan, who is expecting, appears to be having trouble. Anas Saiyad, the actress’s husband, and she were seen leaving the party and Anas was dragging her out. Sana can be seen stumbling while walking. The video ends with Sana calling out to her husband and announcing that she won’t be able to walk at all from then on.
Netizens Blame Anas Saiyad For Being Too Harsh on Sana
After watching the footage, online users criticised Anas Saiyad for pulling Sana Khan, who appeared to be unable of moving forward. She is also seen to be perspiring heavily. Concerned for Sana, some followers have criticised her spouse. However, some people have also defended Anas, arguing that he is simply removing her from the cameras and flashes. One of the users said, ” aram se”. One commented, ” why is he dragging her like that?”. But others even supported Anas and said that Sana is pregnant and he was just in a hurry to take her out from the party.
Sana and Anas Will Soon Welcome their first child
Speaking of Sana Khan’s pregnancy, the actress’s husband revealed it on the Anas-owned Iqra TV channel. When Sana Khan announced that they are expecting their first child, she was all happy. Sana and Anas also disclosed that the bay is due at the end of May or in early June on the same programme.
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