After her debut in 2014, Urdu television series star Iqra Aziz rose to popularity after her drama Qurban became a big hit. Known for starring in other series like Sunno Chanda, Iqra Aziz Hussain is a one-of-a-kind type of star.

It’s no surprise that she has quite this many awards under her belt. Married to Yasir Hussain circa 2019, the couple has now and then shared some wonderful news. Beyond that, every so often, they always remind the public of their endless support and love for each other.

Iqra Aziz and Yasir Hussain’s Romantic Getaway

Currently, the couple is enjoying the time of their life on a romantic heartfelt vacation. Walking around the streets of Rome, and sharing their tour with their fans.

Recently, on Friday, the actress shared a glimpse into what their vacation has been like so far. After uploading a sweet reel on Instagram, Iqra received an abundance of comments.

Unfortunately, as in most cases, not all were quite happy or supportive. The reel shared by the couple has sparked a debate over the way actresses are dressing, and whether they should be even allowed in the industry if they behave this way.

Iqra Aziz comments

In the second photo, the couple hugged each other closely, smiling brightly for the camera.

Iqra rocked her style with a chic all-black outfit. She kept her face natural throughout the trip, and her high ponytail with a middle part looked elegant.

Yasir, the Taxali Gate actor, matched his wife’s look with an all-black button-down shirt

In the comments, the couple shared a sweet exchange that fans loved. Yasir wrote, “Mai sab Janta Hai,” and Iqra replied with a heart emoji to show her love.

Seems as though they’re having a great time on their vacation. Neither of the two has replied to the questions regarding Iqra’s dress, and we’re assuming they won’t either as they’re enjoying their break.

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Mahnoor Rashid
Mahnoor Rashid is a student with a love for writing. She is an eccentric artist, fond of Muslim architecture. Currently, as a freelance writer, she explores the latest news and the depths of Pakistan's history and culture, while drawn to marketing's intriguing nuances. When not writing, Mahnoor is found adoring animals.