14 Aug, 2022

Known for her role as Fizza and Shiza, actor Kiran Tabeir just welcomed her baby girl Izzah Hamza Malik into the world and crossed over into the world of motherhood. Congratulations to the newly-made parents!

On Sunday, she shared photos with her firstborn on Instagram captioned, “Lucky are those whose first child is a daughter. And I [have been] blessed with one ALHUMDULILAH after 12 years. Finally, Allah [has] blessed us with His Rehmat. We are parents now. It’s a baby girl, meet Izzah Hamza Malik.” Adding the date of birth, August 13, she asked fans to remember her family in their prayers.

The Parizaad actor has been part of the industry for a very long time but the what pushed her into the spotlight was a clip that went viral from episode Judwaa in an anthology series called Haqeeqat. It tells the story of twin sisters Fizza and Shiza who marry two brothers, Zain and Faraz, without having seen them. Zain and Faraz’s meddling phuppo has a daughter who’s in love with one of the brothers. The phuppo switches the brides’ rooms on their wedding night to sabotage their marriages in order to give her daughter a fighting chance with her flame.

The Fizza-Shiza confusion became fodder for Pakistani meme-makers who blew it out of proprtion. Tabeir took to Instagram in February and addressed social media’s latest fascination. “It’s more important that we talk about the kind of problems that need to be talked about, problems in our country that need to be addressed and should trend on social media as well,” she said. “Please use your time and energy in a better way, maybe that’ll end up helping someone for the better. It’s your decision. Otherwise enjoy this Fizza and Shiza thing.”


Chacha Aug 14, 2022 05:38pm
True. Daughters are blessing
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Waste Aug 14, 2022 06:14pm
So what?
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Indian Aug 14, 2022 06:53pm
Liked her name. Kiran means ray of light in Sanskrit.
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Mahmood Aug 14, 2022 07:31pm
So does that mean that those with a boy as a first born are 'unlucky'? Rather confused logic!!
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time_travel Aug 14, 2022 08:37pm
What if she said the same if she had a boy? Why say such things? We know daughters are precious gem of a family.
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No one Aug 14, 2022 09:54pm
@Mahmood, reading too much into statement! Just congratulate parents.
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Zulfiqar Aug 14, 2022 10:09pm
All children bring with them blessings for the parents. Doesn’t matter boy or girl. Congratulations!
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Common Aug 14, 2022 10:32pm
The fortunate (or corrupt) get such luxurious hospital in Pakistan
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Sajjad Aug 15, 2022 12:12am
Things we say to satisfy ourselves. South Asians find all sorts of convincing reasons when a girl is born. Sad reality is , in our culture it just gets more challenging when you have no “boy”. Society makes you feel vulnerable and those mothers with a boy have this sense of achievement, like their life purpose is served.
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TR Aug 15, 2022 05:12am
Congratulations !!!
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Rehana Bounse Aug 15, 2022 07:22am
@Mahmood who said that. Be happy for others. Why so touchy & sensitive about the privilege of being a male in Pakistan. Open your mind & count your blessings instead of saying such a silly thing. Boy/ Girl both are a blessing.
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Maula Jatt Fan Aug 15, 2022 07:42am
@Indian ....Sanskrit is ancient language first originated in present pakistan by aryans.
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Masooma Aug 15, 2022 09:03am
Those girls are lucky whose parents think in such a way
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MAK Aug 15, 2022 10:18am
@Mahmood You have to understand where she is coming from. You can't turn a boy into a ding dong in the showbiz world
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M. Saeed Aug 15, 2022 01:21pm
Now start your workout back to the original regime !
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A Bostonian Aug 15, 2022 02:03pm
What's that got to do with luck? There is no such thing as luck in real world, it is just an imagination.
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Zameera Rihai Aug 15, 2022 03:23pm
@Mahmood she didn't say this its your own male dominated perception
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