Zulfi Bukhari Is the Only Politician in the List of 100 Pakistani Attractive People
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Overseas Pakistani and British businessman Zulfi Bukhari is the only politician among the country's 100 most attractive people.
Zulfi Bukhari has been included in the annual list of 100 most attractive people by the multinational Pakistani fashion magazine Hello. At the end of the year, Hello Magazine lists the 100 best people who have made significant contributions to fashion, showbiz, TV, modeling, politics, and other fields. Zulfi Bukhari is the only politician on the list of '100 most attractive people' released by Fashion Magazine in 2020.
Interestingly, he made it to the list, leaving behind all the active women politicians, including Prime Minister Imran Khan. Generally, cabinet members like Imran Khan, Zartaj Gul, and Sheikh Rasheed are popular in the media, while this year Maryam Nawaz, Bilawal Bhutto, Asifa, and Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari were also discussed on media and social media.
However, he failed to make it to the magazine's list of '100 most attractive people'. Most of the people on the magazine's list this year are from acting, and a total of 100 to 90 people are from acting. The only singer on this year's list is Atif Aslam, while the British-born Pakistani host Tanveer Wasim alias Tan France is also included.
This year's list of attractive people also includes Turkish actors Engin Altan Duzyatan and Esra Bilgic, who played the lead roles in the Turkish drama, Ertugrul Ghazi. In addition, this year's list includes Ayeza Khan, Hira Mani, Humayun Saeed, Yumna Zaidi, Sajjal Ali, Sonia Hussain, Sarwat Gilani, Iqra Aziz, Hania Amir, and other actors and actresses. The magazine has featured Zulfi Bukhari on the cover of the special issue of '100 Attractive People'.
Zulfi Bukhari also thanked the magazine for making the cover and part of the list. The list released by Fashion Magazine this year did not include actresses like Mehwish Hayat, Mahira Khan, Ayesha Omar, Saba Qamar, Hareem Farooq, Syra Yousuf, and Humaima Malick.