Ex-Bigg Boss contestant Sumbul Touqeer's father is getting married again, and she is thrilled to have a baby half-sister join the family | Business Upturn

Ex-Bigg Boss contestant Sumbul Touqeer’s father is getting married again, and she is thrilled to have a baby half-sister join the family

Sumbul Touqeer, a former Bigg Boss competitor, expressed her joy after learning of her father’s marriage. She has already talked about how important his support has been to her over the course of her life.

Sumbul Touqueer, a television performer, is pleased for her father Touqueer Khan, who is tying the knot for a second time. Previously, Sumbul had mentioned how her father had raised both her and her sister Saniya by himself. Next week, Touqeer Khan will wed Nilofer, according to an ETimes story.

Nilofer has a two-year-old kid from her first marriage and is divorced. In the ETimes interview, Sumbul expressed excitement about incorporating them into her family.

She said that her father had a significant influence on how she and her sister were raised and referred to him as their “greatest source of inspiration.” “Along with our father’s wife, a new sister will join the family,” she said.

She also thanked “bade papa” Iqbal Hussain Khan for “playing an instrumental role” in putting the wedding together. Touqueer Khan claimed in a separate interview with ETimes that Sumbul and Saniya have been urging him to remarry for the past ten years. He humorously remarked, “Yeh inki saazish hai, bade papa ke saath mil kar, ghabrahat ho rahi hai.”

Sumbul’s time on Bigg Boss 16 and her appearance in the series Imlie are her most well-known accomplishments. She recently gained attention for a suspected falling out with Fahmaan Khan, her Imlie co-star, but she assured the paparazzi that everything is OK between them.

The announcement of veteran actor Ashish Vidyarthi’s marriage to businesswoman Rupali recently sparked a discussion about older people finding love again.

In an interview with India Today, Ashish stated that he shouldn’t be expected to “die unhappy” simply because he is older than the generally recognised marriageable age.