Published On: Tue, Jan 26th, 2016

Ali will be performing at the PSL launch in Dubai



An image which has buzzed the social media is the recent selfie of Pakistani rock star Ali Zafar with Bollywood actor Sidharth Malhotra. Did the Ek Villian and Kapoor & Sons actor, in fact, cross the border to dine with his rockstar bud?

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The friendship of both actors is flourishing with the array of hangouts.  Pakistani heartthrob shared about the beginning of their relationship, “I met Sidharth for the first time at Karan’s party for I Hate Love Stories while I was gearing up to shoot Mere Brother Ki Dulhan. Although that was a brief exchange but later we met each other at various parties,”

There are many selfies of these rocking stars but this selfie making the audience crazier with eagerness!


Ali further stated about their relationship as, “Then once a friend of mine who was visiting India, who was a big fan of his after his movie came out, wanted to meet him. He was kind enough to take precious time out of his shoot schedule especially to meet her on short notice, and she and her friends praised how sweet he was,”

Ali continued by admitting that “We became friends and bonded [over] food and life. I told him about the old city flavor and he became very intrigued. Soon we’ll share our whole experience in detail!”

Ali Zafar is going to represent as celebrity ambassador of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) he will be staging at the PSL launch in Dubai.

He further told that “It’s really strange. As a child, I wanted to be a cricketer and even though I grew up to be a musician, a passion for cricket has always been real close to me like it is to the entire nation,”

Ali added by saying that “And then, here comes an event which merges both music and cricket together, so you can understand how much it means to me to be chosen for something so big, to represent my country on an international scale with international players and artists,”

Ali was in the image with the Pakistani women cricket team.

He was excited by saying that “It’s a big honor for me. We should be proud of it; it can’t get bigger than this. Pakistan’s own super league that would open on such a grand scale to cricket fans in Dubai. Can’t wait to get on stage and rock it!”

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.

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