Atif Aslam welcomes baby girl, names her Halima; here's what it means. See pic
Atif Aslam and his wife Sara Bharwana welcomed their third child a baby girl, Halima. He also shared a picture of the newborn. Here's what Halima means.
Pakistani singer Atif Aslam and his wife Sara Bharwana became parents to a baby girl and named her Halima. As per babynames.com, the name has an Arabic origin and means 'patient and generous'. Taking to Instagram on Thursday, Atif posted a picture of the baby in a pink outfit wrapped in a matching blanket. (Also Read | Pakistani singer Atif Aslam, wife pose with Maheep Kapoor, Sania Mirza at Sanjay Kapoor’s Dubai party)
In the picture, Atif put an eye mask sticker on the baby's face. She also wore a light green ribbon and was seemingly sleeping. Atif captioned the post, "Finally the wait is over. The new queen of my heart has arrived (black heart emoji)."
"Both baby and Sarah are fine Alhamdulilah. Please do remember us in your prayers. Ramadan Mubarak from Halima Atif Aslam (heart eyes emoji) 23/03/2023." He also added the hashtag--Ramadan. Reacting to the post, actor Sharad Malhotra commented, "Mabrouk."
Omair Rana wrote, "Mashallah!!!!! Mubarak ho buddy. Bohat Mubarak. You have now God’s ne’emat and rehmat! May we do our best to make this world worthy of baby Halima and ask the children of the world." Atif tied the knot with Sara Bharwana in Lahore on March 29, 2013. They have two sons--Abdul Ahad and Aryaan Aslam.
Last year in October, Atif and Sara were spotted at Sanjay Kapoor’s lavish party in Dubai. They were also joined by Bhavana Pandey, Maheep Kapoor, Sania Mirza, Farah Khan, Anil Kapoor, Boney Kapoor, Shanaya Kapoor, and Chunky Panday as they celebrated Sanjay’s birthday on October 17.
Atif has sung many songs in Bollywood films including Tere Sang Yaara from Rustom, Tu Jaane Na and Tera Hone Laga Hoon from Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, Main Rang Sharbaton Ka from Race 2, and Tere Bin from Bas Ek Pal.
Speaking with BBC in an interview in 2021, Atif had spoken about singing in India, "It is interesting in a way that I have worked the most over there and I have enjoyed myself thoroughly. The love that I have gotten from there I still have it, my heart has it. It can never be bittersweet because I am a firm believer in the fact that if something is for me, it will come to me. If something is not meant to be, you should not have regrets. So it was not in my control to stay back in Pakistan or to not to sing for Bollywood movies."