Muniba Mazari

Muniba Mazari Wikipedia, Net Worth, Career, Age, Son, Family, Accident & More

Model, artist, activist, and motivational speaker Muniba Mazari is from Pakistan.

Muniba Mazari’s Profile According to Wikipedia

Muniba Mazari Baloch is an activist, anchor artist, model, singer, and motivational speaker from Pakistan. After being selected for the BBC’s 2015 list of the 100 Most Inspiring Women, she was appointed the country’s national ambassador for UN Women Pakistan. She was also included in the 2016 Forbes list of the 30 under 30.

Date Of BirthMarch 3, 1987
Age35 years 7 months 16 days
Day of BirthTuesday
Place Of BirthRahim Yar Khan, Punjab, Pakistan
Zodiac SignPisces
ProfessionsArtist , Activist , Singer , Model , Motivational speaker
NicknameIron Lady
Full NameMuniba Mazari Baloch
Name (Urdu)منیبہ مزاری

Personal Information

On March 3, 1987, Muniba Mazari Baloch was born in Rahim Yar Khan, Southern Punjab, Pakistan. Two of her younger brothers are in the:

  • Aziz Zulfiqar Mazari
  • Sarfraz Ali Mazari
ReligionIslam
LanguagesEnglish , Urdu
Star SignPisces
NationalityPakistani
EthnicitiesPakistani , Baloch
ComplexionFair

What is Muniba Mazari’s Age?

35 years 7 months 16 days is the age of Muniba Mazari.

Physical Appearances, Height, Weight

Height172 CM
5 Feet 8 Inches
Eye colorBlack
Hair colorBlack
Weight56 KG
123 lbs
Figure TypeHourglass
Body TypeSlim

Net Worth of Muniba Mazari

Muniba Mazari is one of the wealthiest and most well-known activists. Muniba Mazari’s net worth is roughly $1 million to $5 million, according to our analysis of data from sources like Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.

Education

  • Army Public School: She attended Army Public School till she was 18 years old.
  • She holds a bachelor’s degree in fine arts. Marriage & Divorce Marriage: Khurram Shahzad, a Pakistani Air Force pilot, proposed to her when she was 18 years old.

Muniba Mazari’s Accident & Impacts

When she was 21 (on February 27, 2008), the couple was travelling from Quetta to Rahim Yar Khan (Punjab) when they were in a serious car accident (Balochistan). Muniba sustained a number of wounds:

  • arms’ bones (broken)
  • Liver Bone Collar (depp cut)
  • Lungs (depp cut) (depp cut)
  • Ribs
  • A shoulder blade
  • Spine

Most seriously harming of all was the spinal injury, which rendered her paraplegic (motor & sensory functions impaired). Her entire lower body was paralyzed as a result. She was transferred from neighbourhood hospitals to the Agha Khan Hospital in Karachi.

After the initial therapy, she spent the next two or three years in bed. She gradually recovered in part because to physiotherapy. She moves about in a wheelchair. Now, she and her mother, who is divorced, reside in Rawalpindi.

Muniba Mazari is Divorced

She married Khurram Shahzad, a pilot in the Pakistani Air Force, when she was 18 years old.

The couple split in 2014 and finalised their divorce in 2015. Their marriage did not last long. In 2017, Khurram sued her for defamation and asked for 10 million Pakistani rupees in damages. In January 2018, the court dismissed the case.

Muniba Mazari Son

She adopted a son in 2011, and Nael is a very cute boy.

Facts About Muniba Mazari

  • Muniba is of Baloch descent and a member of the Mazari Baloch tribe.
  • She suffered a spinal cord injury in a vehicle accident when she was 21 years old in 2007, and she has been confined to a wheelchair ever since. She is the first wheelchair-bound model from Pakistan.
  • She presented at the TEDx event in Islamabad on the topic of “Turning misfortune into opportunity.”
  • She sporadically serves as an anchor for Pakistan Television Network.
  • She is the first person in the chair to be modelling for Toni & Guy and she works as one of their product models.
  • She served as the ambassador for Chughtai Labs in Islamabad.
  • Childhood art: She spent her formative years painting, making handcrafted cards, and drawing.
  • Her father, an artist, taught her the fundamentals of art.
  • She gave her artistic creations to UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) in order to aid Afghan and Somalian refugees.
  • She favours traditional painting to digital art, using paint, canvas, and a brush.
  • From her hospital room, she began to paint (Agha Khan hospital)
  • Many of her paintings depict ladies, with a focus on the traditional clothing and jewellery of Pakistani ethnicity.
  • Many of the figures in her writings have one eye open, which is a symbol of spiritualism.
  • She worked with UNICEF to assist children with thalassemia in need.
  • She married the man her parents had chosen for her at the age of 18; he eventually filed for divorce and left her after the accident.
  • She is now a successful artist and is grateful for the backing of the late Salman Taseer, who was the governor general at the time and bought her paintings to encourage her to keep creating.
  • She and her mother provide food for the underprivileged.
  • Ex-legal husband’s case: Her ex-husband Khurram Shahzad filed a lawsuit against her for defaming him and holding him responsible for her ailments. He is seeking $10,000,000 Pakistani rupees in damages. He is greedy and only wants money, she tweeted in response, so feel bad for him. In January 2018, the court dismissed the claim as unfounded.
  • Pakistan’s Iron Lady The online community has given her a cute moniker: Pakistan’s Iron Lady

Employment & Activities

  • Painting: Facebook page for Muniba, who has worked as a painter: For a monthly fee, she oversaw Areeb Azhar’s Facebook profile.
  • She is the Body Shop and Pond’s brand spokesperson known as Pond’s Miracle Woman. Known as “Pond’s Miracle Woman,”
  • She is a participant in the Toni & Guy campaign as Woman of Substance (hairdressing salon). She is the company’s first Asian wheelchair model.
  • She was discovered by Mohammad Malick, managing director of PTV, through an Islamabad Ted Talk, and he extended an employment offer to her.
  • A 2014 programme called Clown Town dealt with both youngsters and the elderly
  • She participated in the Hum News inspiring show, HUM News Main Nahi Hum.
  • Community Empowerment
  • She provided Urdu instruction at a number of schools as a part of the “Dheeray Bolo” initiative. It began at her son’s school and grew from there.
  • She participated in the effort to promote patriotism and solidarity among Pakistanis, according to Dil Say Pakistan. She has also given singing performances at events supporting the cause.
  • National Youth Council: In June 2019, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan (a former cricketer) chose her to be a member of the “National Youth Council.”
  • Activism
  • She has held speeches, events, and TV programmes to support and advocate for:
    • victims of acid attacks
    • the blind
    • Women’s Issues
    • women’s education
    • physical impairment
    • vertically insufficient
    • victims of sexual abuse
    • gender identity concerns
  • Art Muniba began painting while she was confined to a bed in the hospital. She uses both acrylic and oil pastels to paint on canvases.
  • Muniba’s Canvas: She launched an acrylics line with the tagline “Let Your Walls Wear Colors.”
    Her artwork has been featured in numerous exhibits,
  • 27 Muniba artworks were on display at Collectors Galleria in April 2016 as part of the Lahore Exhibition.
  • Dubai Exhibition: The event, titled “And I Choose To Live,” took place at the Pakistan Association of Dubai. She attended the charity event for the UN High Commissioners for Refugees, which was organised by the Pakistani Embassy. During the ceremony, she gave her paintings to the UNHCR and the “Ministry of Women Development.” The non-profit SACH arranged the exhibition.
  • Additional exhibits include:

Recognition & Achievements

  • She has been appointed a national ambassador for UN Women Pakistan. She is the country’s first UN Women Goodwill Ambassador from Pakistan.
  • The 100 most inspiring women: She was one of the two Pakistani women featured by BBC in 2015 on this list.
  • Forbes 30 under 30: In 2016, Forbes named her one of the Top 30 Under 30.
  • She was included in the list of the 500 most powerful Muslims in the world as of 2018 for the 2019 Edition of The Muslims 500. Imran Khan, the prime minister of Pakistan, was ranked 29th on the list. She expressed her gratitude in one of her Instagram posts, writing, “Humbled and thrilled to be chosen among the 500 most important Muslims in the world.. thank you for all the love, support and prayers.”
  • Canada’s GoExcellence Trainer Certificate She received an award from Global Consulting & Training Centre Ltd in December 2017. [4]
  • The Karc Brothers group presented her with the Humanitarian Prize in Belgrade, Serbia, in 2017. [4] Laurels Honor Award: Given by WCCI Lahore in 2015. [4] The 2015 NPC Shaheen Award for Young Motivational Speakers [4]
  • She received a Silver Play Button Award from YouTube for reaching the milestone of 100,000 subscribers. [6]

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