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Religion: Islam
Hometown: Karachi, Pakistan
Age: 50 Years

Aamir Liaquat Hussain

Bio/Wiki
Profession(s)Politician, Television Host, Actor, Comedian
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 172 cm
in meters- 1.72 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 8”
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Politics
Political PartyNational Assembly of Pakistan
Personal Life
Date of Birth5 July 1971 (Monday)
Age (as of 2021) 50 Years
BirthplaceKarachi, Pakistan
Zodiac signCancer
NationalityPakistani
HometownKarachi, Pakistan
College/UniversityLiaquat Medical College Jamshoro, Pakistan
Trinity College Dublin
Educational QualificationBachelor of Medicine from Liaquat Medical College Jamshoro, Pakistan
Bachelor of Surgery from Liaquat Medical College Jamshoro, Pakistan
Master of Arts in Islamic Studies from Trinity College Dublin
PhD Islamic Studies [1]Dawn from Trinity College Dublin
Religion/Religious ViewsIslamism
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Marriage DateFirst Wife: Not Known
Second Wife: 2018
Third Wife: 2022
Family
Wife/SpouseSyeda Bushra Iqbal ​(div. 2020)
Aamir Liaquat Hussain's first wife Syeda Bushra Iqbal
Syeda Tuba Aamir (m. 2018; div. 2022)​
Aamir Liaquat Hussain with his second wife Syeda Tuba Aamir
Syeda Dania Shah (m. 2022; div. 2022)​
Aamir Liaquat Hussain with his third wife Syeda Dania Shah
ChildrenSon- Ahmed Aamir
Daughter- Dua Aamir
Aamir Liaquat Hussain's first wife Syeda Bushra Iqbal with their children
ParentsFather- Sheikh Liaquat Hussain
Mother- Ghousia Mehmooda Sultana
Aamir Liaquat Hussain

Some Lesser Known Facts About Aamir Liaquat Hussain

  • Aamir Liaquat Hussain is a Pakistani politician, television host, actor, and comedian. e is best known as a television host and is one of the top 100 popular personalities of Pakistan. Hussain is a top-ranking TV anchor who has been named three times in the list of the 500 most influential Muslims in the world. Onthe political front, he is a member of National Assembly of Pakistan.
  • Hussain was elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan for the first time in 2002 on the ticket of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement from NA-249 (Karachi-XI) seat, and was appointed Minister of State for Religious Affairs, Zakat, and Ushar Division in the Shaukat Aziz government in September 2004. In May 2005, Hussain, as the junior minister of Religious Affairs, urged Pakistani religious academics to publish a ‘Fatwa’ on suicide bombers. During a visit to Jamia Binoria in June 2005, he was attacked by furious youngsters. However, police denied that Hussain had been abused and said that the mob had just sung slogans.
  • Hussain served as Minister of State for Religious Affairs until July 2007, when his party urged him to retire both as Minister and as a member of the National Assembly. According to an official statement, the party was dissatisfied with Hussain’s remarks about Salman Rushdie. He stepped out from politics in 2007. Later that year, the MQM dismissed him from the party.
  • He founded the Memhooda Sultana Foundation. Hussain was named to the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre in Jordan’s yearly edition The 500 Most Influential Muslims from 2013 to 2015. Hussain was arrested by Sindh Rangers in August 2016, following an attack on media houses by MQM workers and the arrest of MQM leaders. After Hussain was charged with facilitation of hate speech but failed to appear in court, an Anti-Terrorism Court in Pakistan ordered the authorities to place his name on the Exit Control List in February 2017.
  • Hussain was a radio personality on FM101. For many years, he has also hosted Ramadan transmissions, including Suhur and Iftar. He began his television career with Pakistan Television Corporation but was quickly fired. In 2001, he became a founding member of Geo TV, where he hosted the religious show Aalim Online. Hussain left Geo in 2010 to become managing director of ARY Qtv and executive director of ARY Digital Network. There, he hosted the religious programme Aalim Aur Aalam. After rejoining Geo TV, he hosted Pehchan Ramazan in 2012 and Amaan Ramazan in 2013. He was appointed vice president of Geo TV in January 2014, and he presented the game programme Inaam Ghar.
  • He joined Express Media Group in June 2014 as president and Group Editor of religious programming on Daily Express, and he presented Pakistan Ramazan. Hussain then returned to Geo TV, hosting Subh-e-Pakistan beginning in November 2014, and was named president of Geo Entertainment in November 2015. In 2016, he joined the BOL media company and began anchoring the current affairs talk show Aisay Nahi Chalay Ga. In 2017, he hosted Ramazan Mein BOL, and he also began hosting a game show, Game Show Aisay Chalay Ga. In November 2017, he departed BOL. He joined Pakistan Television Corporation in 2019.
  • Hussain was set to make his Pakistani cinema debut in an upcoming film by Syed Noor, with Saima Noor in the lead role. He revealed in April 2019 that he will play Burhan Wani in Ayub Khoso’s upcoming film about the Kashmir crisis. In April 2020, he began anchoring “Jeeway Pakistan,” a game programme that airs on Express TV.
  • Hussain was set to make his Pakistani cinema debut in an upcoming film by Syed Noor, with Saima Noor in the lead role. He revealed in April 2019 that he will play Burhan Wani in Ayub Khoso’s upcoming film about the Kashmir crisis. In April 2020, he began anchoring “Jeeway Pakistan,” a game programme that airs on Express TV.
  • In his TV show Khatmay Nabuwat in 2008, Hussain criticised the Ahmadi Community’s founder, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. The show’s guest academics claimed that everyone linked with the Ahmadi organisation should be killed for blasphemy. Within two days, two important Ahmadi community members were slain, one of them was a physician and the other a community leader. Aamir Liaquat Hussain dedicated an entire show to the Ahmadi community on September 7, 2008. The show questioned the sect’s founder, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadyani, and the guest researchers labelled anyone linked with the Ahmadi organisation as “Wajib-ul-qatl” (meriting murder because of obscenity). After two days, two famous Ahmadis, one a doctor and the other a group pioneer, were slain. He then explained that there was a misunderstanding since “the board just used the term Wajib-ul-qatl (meriting murder) in reference to false prophets.” “I apologise to the families, but this has nothing to do with me or anything mentioned on my show.” Syed Arif Shah Owaisi, a religious pastor, declared Ahmadis to be Islam’s enemies in a show presented by Aamir Liaquat Hussain and broadcast on Geo Television on December 22, 2014. “This adversary is a traditional adversary and a foe of Pakistan in general.” Furthermore, this adversary is the Qadiyani sect,” Owaisi noted, using the correct word for Ahmadis. “They are the ones who despise the Holy Prophet” (PBUH). All Muslims should recognise that opponent.” Following Owaisi’s statements, Aamir Liaquat responded by defying the crowd by gesticulating his head. While the TV demonstrators applauded, the visiting pastor continued to use pejorative words against the minority group. Five days after the exhibition, an Ahmadi man, Luqman Ahmad Shehzad, was shot dead in Gujranwala. This was the second time Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s broadcast had been linked to Ahmadi attacks.
  • Hussain said on his TV show in 2010 that Pakistan’s recent losses in cricket matches were attributable to their new green shoe bottoms. Because green is the colour of the Pakistani flag and the Dome of Muhammad’s tomb, the green shoes were allegedly disrespectful to Islam, and the squad was evidently being divinely chastised. Hussain said that this was a religious issue. He was later chastised in the media for his opinions.
  • A compilation of behind-the-scenes footage tapes showing Hussain using various profanities on the set of his show was released online in 2011. In the same video, he is seen laughing off a rape-related topic, ridiculing his religious guests, singing Indian songs spontaneously, and referencing to Bollywood rape scenes. In his defence, Hussain accused Geo TV of fabricating the alleged phoney film in order to undermine his reputation, and claimed that the footage had to be modified and dubbed by “synchronisation masters.” According to The New York Times, Hussain himself stated, “It was my lighter side.”
  • Hussain was chastised in 2013 for distributing abandoned children to parents seeking to adopt babies during the Amaan Ramazan transmission. The parents were picked after the Chhipa association conducted background checks, and the baby was given off to them during the show. Child welfare advocates voiced concern that the lack of secrecy could lead to future taunting and stigma for the youngsters and their families.
  • In 2014, a religious preacher on a Hussain-hosted TV show declared Ahmadis to be enemies of Islam, and Hussain responded by nodding his head in agreement while the audience applauded. The guest cleric continued to use abusive words against Ahmadis for several minutes while the TV show host applauded. Five days after the presentation, an Ahmadi man, Luqman Ahmad Shehzad, was assassinated in Gujranwala. This was the second time Hussain’s broadcast had been linked to Ahmadi violence.
  • In June 2016, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) stopped Hussain from hosting his Ramadan show Inaam Ghar on Geo Entertainment for three days due to a reenactment of a girl committing suicide by the show’s host.
  • Jibran Nasir, a social activist and lawyer, filed a complaint with PEMRA in January 2017, accusing Hussain of conducting a “malicious, libellous, and life-threatening campaign” against him. Hussain also stated that the Om Puri was slain in the same month. Following that, the PEMRA banned Hussain and his BOL News show Aisay Nahi Chalay Ga for spreading hatred. In March 2017, Amnesty International condemned the Pakistani government for failing to prosecute Hussain for risking the lives of journalists, bloggers, and social activists, and urged Pakistani Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan to take prompt action. Later that month, PEMRA issued a notification to Hussain, requiring him to apologise to viewers on broadcast for his hate speech.
  • Hussain became a member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in March 2018. In the 2018 Pakistani general election, he was re-elected to the National Assembly as a PTI candidate from Constituency NA-245 (Karachi East-IV). PEMRA banned Hussain again on May 26, 2018, following a scandal involving the religious organisation Jamiat Ahle Hadith and Zakir Naik. Hussain has had two marriages. His first wife, Syeda Bushra Aamir, left him with two children. In 2018, he married his second wife, Syeda Tuba Anwar. He married Syeda Tuba Anwar for the second time in June 2018.
  • Hussain has three wives. With his first wife, Syeda Bushra Aamir, he has two children. He married Syeda Tuba Anwar for the second time in June 2018. This marriage lasted approximately three years. Amir married Syeda Dania Shah, who was 18 at the time, in February 2022. After three months of marriage with Mr. Hussain, his third wife, Syeda Dania Shah, filed for divorce in May 2022. According to News International, Hussain used to physically torture Dania and force her to create sexual tapes with his pals.
  • Talking about how he met his third wife, he recalled,

    When we met for the first time, it was only for 28 minutes. It wasn’t a 28-day affair. Nothing of that sort ever happened,” Hussain shared. “I visited Lodhran for an event. It was a Milad function organised by an affluent family. I also called Jahangir Tareen Sahab from Lodhran. He later invited me to his farmhouse. After Milad, we went to Lodhran’s Pir’s house. I didn’t know him. I discussed some personal affairs with him. He told me he will settle me with someone now but the only condition was that I wouldn’t get to see her before. When I met her, it was Dania.” Hussain continued, “But when I did meet her, I came to know that when she was a kid and would cry, her parents would put on Aalim Online to calm her.”

  • She added,

    I didn’t think he was real,” she commented. “To meet someone you have idealised since you were a kid, someone you have been obsessed with and he just appears in front of you; how would you feel?” Hussain then shared how Shah has already allowed him to tie the knot for the fourth time. “She told me I have you, now I don’t want anything or anyone else. You can even marry someone else now.” To this, Shah quipped, “I have also told him that if he wants to marry someone else, he should. I have given him permission to get married for the fourth time.” She went on to add, “It is not my right to stop him from tying the knot again. If he is happy with me and I love him enough, he’d stay with me. If I don’t, then he will find someone else and marry her.”

  • In May 2022, actor Syeda Tuba Aamir confirmed that she had filed for divorce from Liaquat. Talking about same, she said,

    With a heavy heart, I want to make people aware of a development in my life. My close family and friends are aware that after a separation of 14 months, it was evident that there was no hope for reconciliation in sight and I had to opt to take khula from court. I cannot express how difficult it has been but I trust Allah and His plans. I would appeal to everyone that my decision is respected during these testing times.”

  • Yasir Shami of Daily Pakistan interviewed Aamir Liaquat’s wife. Before the conversation, the host introduced Dania Shah and stated that Dania has provided us with information indicating that Aamir Liaquat is using narcotics. At the end of the same interview, Yasir Shami asked Dania if she would also present this footage to the court, and she said yes. As a result, Liaqat’s filthy film was released the next day, and it has been circulating on social media ever since.

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