Hina Bayat opens up about the valuable skill passed down to her by her mother


Veteran Pakistani actress, Hina Bayat, recently revealed an important skill that she learned from her late mother. During an episode of the morning show “Good Morning Pakistan” on ARY Digital, dedicated to mothers, Bayat reminisced about her mother and shared the valuable skill she acquired from her.

Bayat explained that she learned how to drape a saree just by observing her mother as she got ready. She mentioned that her mother was very meticulous with her appearance and would never use tissues, instead opting for embroidered handkerchiefs. Her purse would always be equipped with handkerchiefs, a pocket mirror, keys, and cardamoms.

The veteran actress fondly recalled how she would watch her mother effortlessly drape a saree and match her accessories. By simply observing her, Bayat was able to learn the skill herself.

Additionally, Bayat revealed that she still cherishes her mother’s collection of dresses and sarees. She even wore a dress from her mother’s collection for the show, adding that she has received many garments from her mother over the years, even when she was alive.

Hina Bayat’s admiration for her mother and the skill she learned from her serves as a testament to the strong bond between a mother and daughter, as well as the enduring influence of a mother’s teachings.

Watch the video below to learn more about Hina Bayat’s experience:

Despite the passing of her husband, Hina Bayat continues to excel in her acting career, and she recently schooled trolls who criticized her work. Her resilience and dedication inspire many, and she remains a beloved figure in the Pakistani entertainment industry.


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