Pakistani actress Mahira Khan got married to businessman Salim Karim on October 1 in a beautiful ceremony at Pearl Continental Hotel Bhurban, Murree, Pakistan. They chose an outdoor setting for their special day with close friends and family in attendance.
Their wedding news created a buzz in the entertainment industry and beyond. The ceremony was initially kept private, with no one allowed to take pictures or share them on social media until Mahira’s brother Hissan Khan, manager Anushay Talha, and photographer Izzah Malik posted stories on their Instagram accounts. These posts included beautiful pictures and videos of Mahira with her now-husband.
In these stories, Mahira looked stunning in a white dress designed by Faraz Manan. One video showed Salim getting emotional and wiping a tear from his cheek as he saw Mahira approaching. When she reached him, Salim lifted the veil off Mahira’s face, kissed her forehead, and hugged her. Mahira wore a pastel lehenga with a veil, while Salim put on a black sherwani and a blue turban.
Mahira’s bridal outfit included a choli, lehenga skirt, dupatta, and a long veil. The blouse had a square neckline, full sleeves, sequin embellishments, and involved kadhai work. The lehenga skirt had a sequin-embellished waist, embroidered patterns, and a floor-length hem. She wore two dupattas, one on her head and the other as a veil, both with scalloped embroidery and sequin work.
Mahira accessorized her look with a diamond choker necklace, jhumkas, and a mang tika. Her makeup was minimal, featuring mascara, subtle eyeshadow, blushed cheeks, and glossy nude lips. Her hair was styled in a pulled-back bun. Salim complemented her in a black bandhgala jacket, matching kurta, and churidar pants, along with a pastel blue pagdi, a watch, and black mojaris.
Salim Karim is a successful entrepreneur, serving as the CEO of Simpaisa, an innovative startup that enables people to make payments directly through their SIM cards, simplifying financial transactions. Salim and Mahira first met in 2017 at the launch of a television app called Tapmad TV, where their connection grew into a deep and enduring romance.