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Shaista Wahidi’s personal life on a difficult note


Pakistan's charming TV host who speaks optimism every morning finds her personal life in deep distress. Shaista Wahidi, a celebrated TV host has recently been divorced as was reported by a website, she was already living separately from his husband Mr. Waqar Wahidi and now finally she got divorced from him, according to Mast FM 103 RJ Dr. Ejaz Warris, reports the website. Reportedly, main reason of Ms Shiasta’s divorce is Mr. Waqar wants that she should give time to home and family, but Shaista is a busy in his profession and was not able to full time to family.

The Shaista of yesteryear, in her own words, was a young woman who felt she had to compromise to please her family. From marriage and kids in her teens to studying for a lost cause, she became a non-practicing doctor to keep up with her parents’ wishes. While this brought the reward of a happy family, destiny had other plans for the now famous TV host.



Shaista decided to try her luck by entering a VJ contest for a local FM station. The experience was second to none and eventually helped shape her transition to television. Blessed with an abundance of talent, namely the gift of the gab, Shaista has managed to connect with her audiences at an altogether different level not seen on Pakistani television before. From the public to politicians, cricketers to celebrities, Shaista is undoubtedly the preferred choice of a nation, which is fast catching up to her mantra of optimism and hope.

TV hosts Farah Hussain and Amber Wajid were also divorced by their husbands recently on the same grounds.

Posted on August 31, 2012 

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