Pakistani actress Saba Qamar, who was seen in 'Hindi Medium' opposite Irrfan Khan, has announced that she has decided to call it quits with Azeem Khan.
Saba shared a statement on Instagram, which read: "Hii Everyone. I have a very important announcement to make, due to a lot of personal reasons I have decided to call it off with Azeem Khan, 'WE ARE NOT GETTING MARRIED NOW' hope you guys will support my decision just like you all have been supporting me always, and I guess it's never too late to realise the bitter realities!"
"I also wanted to clear ONE IMPORTANT thing that is: "I have never Met Azeem Khan in my life we were only connected over the phone" It's a very hard time on me right now but as we all know 'THIS TOO SHALL PASS' Insha Allah :) Much love to you all!" she concluded.
Reposting the actress' statement, Azeem wrote on Instagram: "You have the most amazing soul and you deserve all the happiness in the universe. May God bless you with all the success and love. Difficult roads often lead to the beautiful destinations."
Taking to his story, Khan added, "She hasn't write my side of story and yes it's my fault. Yes it's my fault."
This comes days after Azeem was accused of sexual harassment by a woman, who had asked the couple to reconsider their decision about tying the knot.
Denying the allegations, the entrepreneur had shared a video on Instagram saying, "I really want to thank all of you for showing immense love and support from the last two days. There were some people who said strange things and I really wanted to reply to them through a video message. I only want to say one thing, what is the point of uploading statues on social media. Let’s come through a proper channel."
"I don't understand that why people make false accusations without knowing the fact and reality. You are ruining someone's life just for fame. Our intentions are to purely settle down our relationship in a proper way which is 'Nikkah'. Such people should be ashamed of what they are doing. I don't care about Saba's past, she doesn't care about my past, the thing which matters to us is our future. Trust me we don't care what people are saying. You are putting in an effort which will not lead you to any point. I hope that people will understand what I said and they will not waste their time now in spreading false news," he had added in the video, which has now been deleted.
Saba had showed her support by commenting, "I trust you."