Mansha Pasha Won’t Be Getting The Best Daughter-in-Law Award

The 32-year-old actress forgot her future mother-in-laws birthday amid the coronavirus crisis.

Mansha Pasha Won’t Be Getting The Best Daughter-in-Law Award

Growing up desi, women are told that the approval and validation of their mother-in-laws matter the most for a successful married life. After all, our desi men are mama’s boys!

However, while times are now changing, we all still want to keep our in-laws happy and looks like actor Mansha Pasha is falling a little behind.

The Aangan actor turned to the social media platform, Instagram, to make up for forgetting her future mother-in-law’s birthday.

Pasha shared a picture of her and the mother-in-law from her engagement ceremony and wrote, “Stupid Corona made me lose track of the date and forget my future mom in laws birthday. I’m definitely not winning the daughter in law of the year award this year.... but ill try and make it up to u! Happy Birthday and we miss you!”

There is no denying the fact that the lockdown owing to the global pandemic has made us all lose track of time, a fan could not help but ask Pasha why her fiancé Jibran Nasir did not remind her.

“Hahhaah cute! Why dint ur fiance remind you?” inquired a fan in the comments. To which the Chalay Thay Saath actor replied, “I know right! That’s what i told him.”

Pasha got engaged to Pakistani civil rights activist and lawyer Mohammad Jibran Nasir in an intimate ceremony last year.

The 32-year-old actress was last seen in Kamal Khan directed critically acclaimed movie Laal Kabootar in 2019. In the same year, she was also seen working alongside actors Sohai Ali Abro, Osman Khalid Butt and Asad Siddiqui in ARY Digital’s Surkh Chandni.