Being constantly in the spotlight is challenging, but maintaining your privacy is more difficult. Hania Aamir, a Pakistani actress, is fortunately an expert in concealing information that the diva doesn’t want others to know, so she needn’t be concerned about anyone looking into her history. The Mujhay Jeenay Do actress recently shared a pretty “untold” aspect of her life, one that nearly no one had any idea existed before.
The Mere Humsafar star spoke up about her life before fame during her interview on actor and producer Fahad Mustafa’s programme, The Fourth Umpire Show, with a focus on her high school and university years.
“I’m a college drop-out” reveale the 26-year-old despite her being “a good student.”
The host, surprised alike many, asked Aamir about her decision to which she responded that she “started acting and was receiving a handsome amount for the efforts.”
“I was the breadearner of the family and I was in charge of running the house so I dropped out and persued acting as a career,” the Sang-e-Mah star added.
The Dil Ruba actress demonstrated her ability to be a friend on a ride-or-die basis by revealing that she is “still in contact with her friends,” when many people eventually lose touch with their classmates from high school or college. Aamir continued by saying that her friends get upset when she uploads photos of them together on social media because other people then start asking them about the Visaal actress and their relationship.
Hania Aamir has most recently appeared in the films Parde Mein Rehne Do, Dil Ruba, Mere Humsafar, Sang-e-Mah, and Dil Ke Chor.