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Mohammed Shami’s estranged wife returns to her modelling career

There are also rumors floating on social media which says she's trying to get into films.

Hasin Jahan
Hasin Jahan. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Hasin Jahan topped every headline in the sports columns across the country after she took to the social media to accuse her husband and Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami of various charges along with adultery. The case took plenty of twists and turns and is yet to come to a conclusion. Whilst Shami has been cleared to represent the Indian side, he is liable for any interrogations whenever summoned upon by the Kolkata Police.

Jahan had filed an FIR on Shami for domestic violence, sexual abuse and his family as well for mental and physical harassment. Their personal banter became a viral topic and she even contacted the Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee to seek justice. It seems like people have forgotten the entire issue and are moving on in their life, just like the self-bifurcated couple. Mohammed Shami is focusing seriously on his game and it seems like Jahan too is trying to make inroads in her modelling career.

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I have to work hard for my daughter: Hasin Jahan

As reported in a prominent daily newspaper, she had to give up her dreams to be with Shami and now wants to move and focus on her career. Hasin Jahan also said that to reclaim her lost fame and popularity remains her top priority alongside taking care of her daughter.

“I gave up my career… my dreams for Shami… But now that he has deserted me, I am striving to reclaim the fame and popularity I had once achieved,” she said, as reported by Times of India. “I hesitated at first to call up my old friends… But I have to work to ensure a better future for my daughter and my old friends responded,” she said.

She also posted a video from a photo shoot, announcing to the world that she’s trying to rebuild her career. There are also rumours floating on social media which says she’s trying to get into films. One of her recent projects is an 8-minute murder mystery called ‘Script’.

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