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Rakhi Sawant Set to Shine in Pakistani TV Show Hosted by Aftab Iqbal

Famed Bollywood actress Rakhi Sawant has recently disclosed her involvement in an upcoming Pakistani television program, set to be hosted by the well-known Pakistani personality and literary figure, Aftab Iqbal.

In a video shared on her YouTube channel, Rakhi Sawant can be seen engaging with Aftab Iqbal, who warmly welcomes her to the show and confirms her role in the upcoming production.

During their interaction, Rakhi assures Aftab Iqbal of her prompt availability on set whenever required. Aftab Iqbal, acknowledging Rakhi’s versatile acting skills, hints at her portrayal of diverse characters in the show’s episodes.

Playfully responding to Aftab Iqbal’s remarks, Rakhi mentions, “Aftab Iqbal will introduce you to the real Rakhi Sawant,” emphasizing her unique personality.

Aftab Iqbal sheds light on the concept of the forthcoming television show, emphasizing its focus on social issues rather than political ones. Additionally, he reveals that the show will be filmed in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Rakhi Sawant’s fans are eagerly anticipating her appearance on the Pakistani television show, expressing their excitement about her involvement in the project.

Pakistan Seeks Action Against TTP’s Safe Havens In Afghanistan

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs urged immediate action against the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), emphasizing their operations from their safe havens within Afghanistan.

FO representative Mumtaz Zahra Baloch stressed the Afghan government’s role in addressing the TTP’s activities, expressing concern about ongoing terrorist acts from Afghanistan into Pakistan.

Calling for an end to TTP shelters in Afghanistan, she acknowledged Afghan government efforts while highlighting the necessity of halting TTP activities within the country.

Regarding security negotiations with the Afghan transit administration, discussions are currently underway, she added.

Updating on recent policy changes, Baloch mentioned Pakistan’s new travel policy effective from November 1, mandating valid documentation, including a visa for Afghan truck drivers crossing the border, facilitated by the Pakistani embassy in Kabul.

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