TV actor and social media influencer Jannat Zubair has millions of fan-following on all her social networking platforms; be it Instagram, TikTok and YouTube. And the Phulwa star always makes it a point to be super-active on all of them. While Jannat’s Instagram and TikTok are about entertainment and style, it’s through her YouTube channel that she gives fans a glimpse into her daily life happenings. Recently, Jannat, through a vlog, gave her followers a sneak-peek into her Ramadan routine.
The video begins with Jannat Zubair, along with her brother and parents, gathering at the dining table early in the morning for the Sehri time, during which all the Muslims consume food and pray before the beginning of their fasting in the holy month of Ramadan. The Rahmani family has a gala time hogging on some delicious meals. Fast forward to noon, Jannat tries to wake her brother and they get ready for a new day. We then see Jannat helping her mother in the kitchen and cleaning the house, especially all her trophies.
Jannat and her family then get ready for the next day of Ramadan and follow the same process of getting up for Sehri and praying to almighty. Those scrumptious-looking delicacies made us crave for all of them. In the end, Jannat asks her fans to pour in their suggestions for her next video.
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In an earlier interview with Pinkvilla, Jannat had opened up on not having many friends. She told, "I don't have many friends because I never attended school regularly, so I did not have genuine friends or school buddies. I am a private student. I have never been to college, so whatever friends I have are from the industry, the ones I worked with. And they are also mostly busy. So I have never really created that bond, so that's why my parents always made sure to be my BFFs. They have always told me that I can share whatever I want with them."
image source: youtube/Jannat Zubair Rahmani
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