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Born: March 3, 1987 (age 33 years), Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan
Spouse: Khurram Shahzad (m. 2006–2015)
Children: Nael Mazari
Born in March 3, 1988, Muniba Mazari is a Pakistani artist, model, activist, motivational speaker and television host who is Pakistan’s first wheelchair bound model.
She sustained her injuries in a car accident at the age of 21. She is also the National Ambassador for UN Women Pakistan.
Mazari is also a singer.
Born in Pakistan, Muniba is of Baloch background.
Although she is married, information about her husband has not been revealed.
Full Name: Muniba Mazari Baloch
Nicknames: Muniba Mazari
Birthday: March 3, 1988
Age: 29 years old
Current Residence: Pakistan
Education: Not Available
Profession: Model, Activist, singer, motivational speaker, artist
Children: Not Available
Net Worth: Not Available
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She is the National Ambassador for UN Women Pakistan.
She uses a wheelchair due to injuries sustained in a car accident at the age of 21.
She is Pakistan’s first wheelchair bound model.
She is of Baloch background.
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Muniba Mazari is of Baloch background, belonging to the tribe of Mazari.
She was born in Rahim Yar Khan in southern Punjab on 3rd March, 1987. She has 2 younger brothers.
Muniba went to the Army Public School, and later attend the college in her hometown.
At the age of 18, before she could complete her studies, she was married to Khurram Shahzad, a former Pakistan Air Force pilot.
In 2008, the couple was involved in an accident, which left Muniba paraplegic. The marriage did not last.
The couple got separated in August 2014, and eventually divorced in 2015.
In 2017, her husband sued her for PKR 10 million on accounts of defamation, and the case was dismissed in January 2018.
On 27 February 2008, Muniba and her husband were travelling from Quetta to Rahim Yar Khan.
Their car met with an accident, in which she sustained several major injuries, including broken bones in her arm (both radius and ulna), rib-cage, shoulder blade, collarbone and spine.
Her lungs and liver were also deeply cut. Moreover, her entire lower body was left paralysed.
She was taken to a nearby hospital, which was ill-equipped to deal with such a severe case.
She was then moved to a hospital in Rahim Yar Khan, and eventually, she was admitted to the Agha Khan Hospital, Karachi.
Post-surgery, she was left bed-ridden for two years. Physiotherapy started, which helped her recover enough to use a wheelchair.
After treatment for her injuries, Muniba moved to Rawalpindi.
Her mother moved in with her to take care of her, which eventually resulted in her parents’ divorce.
In 2011, four years after the accident, Muniba adopted her son, Nael.