Photos & Videos of Urwa Hocane – Farhan Saeed wedding ceremony at Badshahi Mosque

Finally the most happening couple of Pakistan’s entertainment industry, Farhan Saeed and Urwa Hocane have tied the knot on today Friday afternoon. The Nikah ceremony of both the celebrities was held at Badshahi Mosque, in which close family members and relative took part.

Earlier, in pre-wedding events, several Dholkis and Mehndis were in honor of the couple Urwa Hocane and Farhan Saeed.

It will be pertinent to mention here that last month both the celebrities got engaged under the Effiel Tower in Paris.

Urwa Hocane: The VJ-turned actress is quiet optimistic about her filming career, after making debut in film industry with ‘Na maloom’, she’s in limelight and is being offered different roles but she isn’t in a mood to take any risk. She was also offered ‘Azhar’ a biopic film on Azharuddin’s life, but she refused it saying: “I don’t want to do bold scenes, but that was not the only reason, I was also busy working on a local production Jhol.” She also told that she would “love to do meaty characters in Bollywood, otherwise she is happy in Pakistan.”

Farhan Saeed: The former lead vocalist of ‘Jal’ and owner of restaurant Cafe Rock knows the trick to be in limelight, comes up with single numbers, followed by acting in dramas or even reprising the song.  Farhan is seen quite often hanging out with Urwa and her sister Mawra. Especially at birthday functions, premier shows and even in daily-life the couple is spotted roaming. Recently, they both starred together in a love story drama serial ‘Meray Ajnabi’, which is being shown by ARY Digital.

Even months back singer Farhan Saeed hinted about the up-gradation of this relation between him and Mawra Hocane.

“Everything is on social media and we’ve never hidden anything from anyone. Whenever we take our relationship to the next level, we’ll definitely share it with every one.”

Farhan Saeed
Farhan Saeed

Farhan Saeed & Urwa Hocane Wedding Pictures 


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Where to bro ? #UrwaFarhan 💍⚡️ #Hitched #Nikkah #MyBabyBride ❤️❤️❤️

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Top Largest Mosques in the Pakistan

Muslim history is known for having the best culture and art in the world. We have the great creator, artists and architecture of the world. If talk about mosques then these are given special attention while construction because of having religious values attached to that sacred Muslim places. Muslim mosques displayed the high level of mastery and artistic works. Just like other Muslim countries of the world, Pakistan is also known for the largest and beautiful mosques of the world. Two mosques of Pakistan has the award of listing in the top fifteen beautiful mosques in the world.

Below are top largest mosques in the world according to area and prayer capacity.

1. Faisal MosqueFaisal-Mosque-Images

Location: Islamabad

Constructed in: 1987

Area: 466,032 sq. ft.

Capacity: 75,000 in mosque, 200,000 in adjacent grounds

2. Badshahi Mosquefontain-of-the-Badshahi-mosque

Location: Lahore

Constructed in: 1673

Area: 276,000 sq. ft.

Capacity: 110,000

3. Grand Jamia Mosque34_full

Location: Lahore

Constructed in: 2014

Area: 99,420 sq. ft.

Capacity: 100,000

4. Jamia Masjid Data Darbar9445301179_cdc790d6be_b

Location: Lahore

Constructed: During 1969

Area: N/A

Capacity: Approx. 80,000

5. Masjid e Tooba 82

Location: Karachi

Constructed in: 1969

Area: N/A

Capacity: 50,000

6. Bhong Mosquepicture_315_4PZ_PakWheels(com)

Location: Sadiqabad


Capacity: N/A

7. Shahi EidgahKingMosque_EidGah

Location: Multan

Constructed in: 1735

Area: N/A

Capacity: Approximately 100,000

8. Shah Jahan MosqueShah_Jahan_Mosque_Thatta_Sindh_Pakistan_6

Location: Thatta

Constructed in: 1644

Area: N/A

Capacity: N/A

9. Wazir Khan Mosque903234-wazir_khan_mosque_normal-1434261150

Location: Lahore

Constructed in: 1635

Area: 279 feet

Capacity: N/A

10. Lal Masjidred-mosque-in-islamabad-pakistan-04

Location: Islamanad

Constructed in: 1966

Area: N/A

Capacity: N/A