Bushra Ansari Enjoys Lockdown With Granddaughter Pumpum
The veteran actor is in quarantine with her family in Canada.
The lockdown imposed due to the novel coronavirus has forced everyone to stay at home to reduce the spread of the virus.
However, while it is challenging to stay home with restricted mobility, we cannot deny the fact that staying home has helped some of us to reconnect with our loved ones.
And seems like veteran actor Bushra Ansari is also doing the same, spending some quality time with her granddaughter in lockdown.
In a video shared recently on her Instagram feed, we can see Ansari playing with granddaughter Sherazade Umar.
Captioned “My darling pumpum (Sherazade Umar) isolation with kids,” the video shows a happy daadi-poti duo playing an old and popular desi game ‘cham-cham’.
Previously too the 63-year-old shared a video with her ‘pumpum’ cooking in the kitchen together. The Udaari actor is in lockdown with her family in Toronto, Canada.
Recently, Ansari was in the news because of rumors of her second marriage with director Iqbal Hussain. However, the Aangan Terha actor dismissed such rumors and opened up about her divorce for the first time.
Talking about the reason of keeping mum on the issue, Ansari said “The problem with being a celebrity is that like all our success, our problems become larger than life as well. So much that they become the success or failures of those who idealize us.”
According to reports, the veteran actor had filed for divorce five years ago.
In the work front, Bushra Ansari is currently starring in Momina Duraid’s Zebaish, which also features her sister Asma Abbas along with niece Zara Noor Abbas.