Nadia Khan dazzles in the photoshoot of a Dubai-based magazine

Nadia Khan shares a photo-shoot for The Gloss, an online and print magazine based in Dubai

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Nadia Khan’s freshness continues to inspire, for the host and actress seems to have promised to herself not to take unhealthy diet and use inauthentic beauty products. The result is Nadia Khan’s unparalleled glow which keeps enhancing day by day, going hand in hand with Khan’s lively personality.

Earlier this month, Nadia Khan surprised us once again with the cover of a Dubai based magazine that she shared. The cover featured Nadia Khan against a deep blue evening sky, wearing a light shade of the same colour in contrast. Khan is seen donning a full maxi like she does most of the time, for Khan is known for creating glamour without choosing to go sleeveless. In this shoot as well, the host and actress keeps her elegance intact while stunning us all like never before.

That Nadia Khan’s fans are residing in Dubai as well may not come as a surprise, for she has spent a lifetime there doing her morning show, which would be aired from UAE and therefore include guests not only from Pakistan but from all over the world such as Nandita Das, Bobby Deol and multiple others which Khan is known for being the first and probably only Pakistani to have interviewed. Not only this, but when Khan decided to make her comeback into acting in 2005, her first serial, “Koi Tou Ho” also got made in Dubai and was sent on air from there. From the same country, she also made a guest appearance in the highly popular Pakistani soap, “Yeh Zindagi Hai”.

Nadia Khan still divides her time between Pakistan and Dubai, as she has grown accustomed to the country’s lifestyle owing to a long span of time spent over there. Her lovely shoot for The Gloss Magazine is a proof of her popularity still reigning over Dubai as well, years after she has left her satellite television’s morning shows.

Muhammad Ali has an M.Phil in classic and contemporary Pakistani television drama, Partition Novel and Literary Environmental Literature. He has written extensively on these topics for various local newspapers between 2015-2020. His research on Sahira Kazmi's classical drama serial "Zaib un Nisa" has been presented on various platforms such as Olomopolo Media and ICDELL, 2019. He can be reached on Twitter @MuhammadAli_DT, and through email at