Shaniera Akram loved being honored as Pakistan’s Bhabi

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As we already know that famed cricketer Wasim Akram’s wife Shaniera Akram is Pakistan’s Bhabi. In the wake of the recent PSL matches, she has been officially declared as ‘Pakistan’s Bhabi’.

Shaniera Akram has recently attended the Pakistan Super League match and while she was among the crowd, many people addressed her as ‘Bhabi’. And Shaniera Akram has actually loved and enjoyed being honored as Pakistan’s Bhabi.

Shaniera thanked the nation who has showered ample love and respect upon her. She took to her Instagram handle and penned down a heartfelt note for her fans. She also showed a customized T-shirt gifted by the Karachi Kings.

She wrote, “Love hearing you call my name and love being your bhabi, I’m so blessed to be so loved in our beautiful country, thank you so so much!”

 

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Wow what crowd! Love hearing you call my name and love being your Bhabi, Im so blessed to be so loved in our beautiful country, thank you so so much! During PSL, it’s the crowd that really makes these games so fun that’s why it’s so sad to hear we can only watch from our TVs and phones but at times like this, it’s better to be safe than sorry. PSL really rocked this year and will continue too even if we are not watching all together from the ground we will still be together in spirit!! Let the games continue, stay safe, keep clean and healthy, and hope we all still have heaps of fun supporting our teams. #PSLIsHome #CoronaVirusSuck #LoveYouAll #PakistanRocks #MyHome #MyCrowd #MyLove #OurPeopleMakeOurCountryGreat

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She continues lauding Pakistani nation’s love for the cricket, she said, “During PSL, it’s the crowd that really makes these games so fun. PSL really rocked this year and will continue too even if we are not watching all together from the ground we will still be together in spirit.”

She concluded her post writing, “Let the game continue, stay safe, keep clean and healthy, and hope we all still have heaps of fun supporting our teams.”

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