Zubab Rana shares smoking hot pictures in bold red dress

Zubab Rana is one of the most beautiful and talented actresses in the Pakistani entertainment industry.–Photo courtesy Instagram

Zubab Rana is one of the most beautiful and talented actresses in the Pakistani entertainment industry. She is known for her roles as Aleena in the drama serial Mere Khudaya and as Hania in Bandish. Drama serial Mere Khudaya earned her a nomination for the Best Emerging Talent at the Lux Style Awards.

With 1.4 million followers on the phot-sharing app Instagram, Zubab is quite active on social media and keeps her fans posted about her day-to-day activities. Her latest post on Instagram features some of her extra hot pictures in a red dress and it attracted thousands of views and hundreds of comments within hours.

In the comments section, some of her fans praised her for her smoking hot looks, while others criticized her for wearing a bold and revealing dress. A follower said she too needs to buy the same dress this year, while another follower slammed the actress as “shameless”. He also criticized Zubab’s sister for displaying a similar behaviour.

Zubab made her acting debut with a role in the Hum TV series Naseebo Jali (2017). In 2018, she appeared as an antagonist in the social series Mere Khudaya. In 2019, she played the protagonist in horror series Bandish.

In April 2022, Zubab drew backlash on social media for a statement that many people found offensive.

One of her fans questioned her fashion sense and she said, “This is a difficult question for me.”

She further said, “My answer may appear a little improper because I do not believe any Pakistani actress is fashionable. However, I do appreciate Sonia Hussain’s style a little bit.”

“Why do such things usually come from persons that no one knows,” one of her followers asked.

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An anonymous social media user said that “such remarks are always made by persons who have a sense of inferiority or superiority. They fall into a different group since they always appear to enjoy themselves.”

In August 2021, Zubab’s father Rana Maqbool Hussain died from Covid-19 in Lahore.

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