Mangoes, the national fruit of Pakistan, is also used for politics and diplomacy, and many politicians or government officials send crates of mangoes to their counterparts as gifts to improve relations. However, gifts of mangoes are also exchanged by ordinary people, social media stars and people from other walks of life.
But recently, when the Zardari family sent gifts of mangoes to a Dubai-born Iraqi make-up artist, some people are worried about why a political family sent a crate of mangoes to a make-up artist.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, chairman of the Zardari family, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), co-chairman and former president Asif Ali Zardari and his daughters Bakhtawar and Aseefa Bhutto Zardari sent a crate of mangoes to Dubai-born Iraqi make-up artist Mona Kattan gone. The Zardari family sent the make-up artist the mangoes from their farm in Tando Allahyar, Sindh, and packed them specially and labeled them Bilawal House.
Mona Kattan shared a short video and photo on an Instagram story regarding the gifts of mangoes sent by the Zardari family, in which she was seen thanking the Zardari family. In the video shared by Mona Kattan, the make-up artist can be seen showing a crate of mangoes, but he has not seen himself, but in the video, he can be heard thanking the Zardari family for sending him gifts of mangoes.
Remember that Mona Kattan is the co-founder of the famous make-up brand Huda Kattan and she is the younger sister of the famous make-up artist Huda Kattan. Huda Kattan is also the third co-owner of the Mac brand with her younger sister Alia Kattan and her make-up brand has a special reputation all over the world and especially in Islamic countries.