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Uroosa and Bilal Qureshi’s Son Sohaan Steals the Spotlight [Pictures]

This is one cute kid.

Uroosa and Bilal Qureshi

Celebrity babies often take up their parents’ spotlight. That’s what Uroosa and Bilal Qureshi’s son Sohaan is doing these days.

Uroosa and Bilal Qureshi tied the knot on Valentine’s Day back in 2015. Rumor has it they fell for each other on the sets of their drama serial Jevan Sathi.

Soon afterward the couple welcomed a baby boy into their family. The couple’s son Sohaan frequents their social media and hogs the spotlight. Now that he’s older, he’ll even throw in a witty retort with his antics.

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My cutie pie 🥰

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Their kid is a part of everything they do. Even Coronavirus awareness messages.

Their matching outfits just made this family moment even more adorable.

Sohaan can also be a handful for Uroosa and Bilal Qureshi. Who said raising kids gets easier once they’re older?

Looks like this kid is dealing his bets right, playing favorites.

He even has Uroosa Qureshi’s smile.

 


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Mommy’s little helper really is dealing with his bets right.

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HAPPY WOMEN’S DAY 🙂

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More About Uroosa and Bilal Qureshi

The acting duo has been together since they met on the sets of Jevan Sathi. Since then Bilal has gone on to do drama serials like Munafiq and Zara Sambhal Kay.

Meanwhile, Uroosa is currently the protagonist in Sutaili Mamta.

Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment & culture writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.

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