The Aijaz Qureshi Show Topic: Breaking the Barriers Guest: Safa Ijaz – Miss Pakistan USA 2018 Safa Ijaz a proud Pakistani girl who has won the Miss Pakistan USA 2018 title will be sharing her story…

The Aijaz Qureshi Show

Topic: Breaking the Barriers

Guest: Safa Ijaz – Miss Pakistan USA 2018

Safa Ijaz a proud Pakistani girl who has won the Miss Pakistan USA 2018 title will be sharing her story on the show.

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57 thoughts on “The Aijaz Qureshi Show Topic: Breaking the Barriers Guest: Safa Ijaz – Miss Pakistan USA 2018 Safa Ijaz a proud Pakistani girl who has won the Miss Pakistan USA 2018 title will be sharing her story…

  1. Shafia Rafique Reply

    What made you to be the part of such competition? I am asking because I really want girls to listen to you that there is no harm to explore until you surely know that you can handle the outcomes.

  2. Sallah Uddin Reply

    As I could not heard first part of 14 minutes.. But I wish to ask do you work as Model in Fashion Industry or any participation in World Fashion Week?

  3. Muhammad Irfan Khalid Reply

    Hey safa please to see you sharing your passion. I have a question. Is this the same safa who was before 10 years ago when everyone was saying you can’t do anything. Now I want to ask what time the old safa took to become this optimistic and pleasant safa?

  4. Muhammad Irfan Khalid Reply

    Thank you safa.
    Do share your story with the Pakistan girls and womens as well. Beacause to me what we as a youth looking for is such passionate and dedicated ladies.
    May Allah swt bless you with more success.
    Thanks to sir aijaz queshi as well who is continuously doing alot for the betterment of Pakistan and society as well.

  5. Sallah Uddin Reply

    Luckily you have choosen a very good field, it’s highly paid, have public fame and finally to film industry if you are interested in doing film.

  6. Fazela Ahmed Reply

    Safa, I am a Vice principal in a co-Ed school in NJ that consists of mostly a desi population. I see a considerable difference between the attitude of the boys and girls in reference to taking an initiative to actively participate in things. I am working with the girls to break these barriers. What is one advice that you have for them?

  7. Sallah Uddin Reply

    I wish you should participate in Pakistan’s largest exposition to develop contacts with people of fashion industry and sign MoU. As well in PFID’s Fashion show.

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