Hadiqa Kiani’s Encouraging Journey From The 2005 Disastrous Earthquake To His Son’s 18th Birthday

hadiqa kiani wishes her son on his 18th birthday

One of the finest singers of the Pakistani Industry Hadiqa Kiani not only spread musical rhythm in the country but also exhibited her acting skills in some popular Dramas like Zindagi Gulzar Hai’s title track with Ali Zafar and the 2006 “Aas Pass” with Atif Aslam, who was Spotify’s most streamed Pakistani artist of the year 2022.

Once Hadiqa Kiani Vows To Take Action Against Bollywood For Using Her Songs Without Permission. A famous Bollywood singer released her version of “Boohey Barian” on April 28 2022 without crediting Kiani.

Hadiqa Kiani Wishes Her Son’s 18th Birthday

However, her latest Instagram post showcased her lovely bong with her son Naaday Ali and shared some pictures from his adoption till now. Kiani’s son turned 18 this month and she shared the news with the caption “18 Years Today

Time really flies its been 18 years now since she adopted her son Naaday Ali from the Edhi Foundation after the 2005 devastating earthquake at Kashmir and now it’s his 18th Birthday. The earthquake was one of the deadliest earthquakes that have ever hit Pakistan.

Hadiqa Kiani’s decision to share her special bond publicly with her adopted son has been met with admiration and praise from fans and her followers. It serves as a heartwarming reminder that “Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates wall to arrive at its destination full of hope.”

Meanwhile, it is to be noted that Kiani is a famous Pakistani singer, songwriter, and philanthropist. Besides this, she has received many local and international awards for her melodious voice.

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Hadiqa Kiani received the fourth-highest Pakistan Civilian award, Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, for her contribution to the entertainment industry. However, the “Boohay Barian” singer was appointed as the first Pakistani woman to become a United Nations Development Programme Goodwill ambassador.

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