Pakistani actress Hania Aamir has recently addressed the rumors linking her to former Pakistan cricket captain Babar Azam. The actress has been the subject of speculation for quite some time, with many fans believing that she is in a relationship with Azam. Aamir recently took to social media to put an end to the rumors. In a post on her X handle, she responded to a follower who suggested that she was dating Azam.
Hania Aamir simply replied, “Babar bhai hain bro,” which means “Babar Azam is like a brother to me” in Urdu. This statement has been widely interpreted as Aamir’s way of confirming that she is not in a relationship with Azam. The actress’s fans have expressed their support for her decision to speak out and have praised her for handling the situation with grace.
The rumors about Aamir and Azam first surfaced in 2022. At the time, neither the actress nor the cricketer commented on the speculation. However, the rumors continued to circulate, prompting Aamir to finally address them.
y’all doing Hania x Babar
Meanwhile, Hania: pic.twitter.com/spBAlzp6Vm
— Selenophile 🇵🇸🌙🥀 (@Koi_Msla) November 12, 2023
Babar × Hania ship pic.twitter.com/P1cfp9v7n2
— 🇵🇰JACKIE/ BA56 Forever👑 (@TahreemZero) November 13, 2023
Aamir’s clarification comes at a time when Azam is facing challenges in his professional life. The cricketer recently stepped down as Pakistan’s captain following the team’s disappointing performance in the ICC ODI World Cup 2023.
Despite the recent setbacks, Azam remains a popular figure in Pakistan. He is widely regarded as one of the most talented cricketers in the country and is expected to make a comeback to the team in the near future.
As for Aamir, she continues to enjoy a successful career in Pakistani film and television. The actress has a large fan following and is known for her work in popular dramas and movies. With Aamir’s clarification, it seems that the rumors about her relationship with Azam can finally be laid to rest. Both the actress and the cricketer can now focus on their respective careers without the added pressure of media speculation.