New Delhi: The sensational rumoured romance between Pakistan’s glamorous Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and President Asif Ali Zardari’s son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is simply refusing to die. The affair ‘exposed’ by the Bangladeshi weekly tabloid has given way for funny and sarcastic reactions in the cyber-world, thanks to the Bangladeshi tabloid’s claims. Want to know how it started? Read on…
Referring to the Bangladeshi tabloid, Hina Rabbani Khar discovered that her multi-millionaire husband Firoze Gulzar is having an affair with one of his staffers, before moving on to find love in the arms of Bilawal Bhutto.
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If reports are to be believed, the heartbroken Khar is alleged to have attempted suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills! Then, Bilawal (President Asif Ali Zardari’s son) happened to come across.
The weekly Blitz also claimed that Khar sent Bilawal a greeting card on his birthday in 2011 with a hand-written message that read — "The foundation of our relations is eternal and soon we shall be just ourselves."
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In the meantime, Firoze Gulzar an influential businessman from Punjab province was also convinced about their affair and reports stated he moved an official application to seek details of two ‘suspected’ numbers. However reports on Friday claimed that he has rubbished such claims.
Initial reports of the Bangladeshi tabloid said that Pakistani President Zardari is miffed by their relationship and apparently fears that it would jeopardise hi 24-year-old son’s political career. However, an undeterred Bilawal has maintained that they plan to settle down in Switzerland after marriage.
Bilawal ‘Casanova’ Bhutto
Apparently the young politician of Pakistan’s ruling PPP, Bilawal Bhutto has another undiscovered trait to him. The weekly Blitz reported that the 24-year-old had a ‘knack’ for romance since he was a mere 19 year old student.
Bilawal is said to have had been in a relationship with a girl named Janhvi, during his graduation days at Oxford University. The same came to light through an0 MMS, which spread like wildfire in Pakistan and several countries. However, Pakistani officials managed to bury the MMS scandal under wraps.