Leading the TikTok game, Jannat Mirza has become a sought-after internet sensation. While she has been grabbing eyeballs for churning out fun content on the video-sharing app, her sister Alishbah Anjum is not far behind. With an Instagram following of one million followers, she is now making waves on the entertainment front too. A day ago, pictures of Alishbah, clad in wedding wear went viral on the internet. But what caught the attention of fans was the henna (mehndi) on her hands, which had the name ‘Affan’ written on it alongside a heart. Social media users are now speculating what’s cooking between Alishbah and fellow TikTok-er Affan Malik.
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In a clip posted on her TikTok profile, Alishbah can be seen singing while showing off her henna-filled hands. She seems to be attending a close friend/relative’s wedding in a red sari featuring gold embellishments. Wearing subtle makeup, she completed her look with a chunky gold set and matching teeka. Her post has garnered the attention of several of her fans on Instagram and TikTok, with many singing praises for her outfit and overall look.
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Affan, too has been posting pictures with Alishbah on Instagram from time to time. The duo appears to be the next cutest couple on the block! However, neither of them has confirmed reports surrounding their budding romance yet. Alishbah’s sister Jannat earlier made headlines when news about her shifting to Japan made the rounds. However, she later clarified that she is not moving to the foreign country. “A lot of channels and blogs had published headlines that ‘Jannat Mirza is moving to Japan because of banning culture in Pakistan’. I never said that I was moving because of banning culture. I knew that TikTok was going to get unbanned since I was in contact with the company,” she said earlier. Anyway, I am not moving to Japan and coming back to Pakistan. But I will go back after a few months since after finishing my university in Pakistan, I want to pursue higher education,” Jannat noted.