Pakistan’s TV host Aamir Liaquat found dead in his house


Islamabad – Pakistan’s controversial TV host Amir Liaqat Hussain found dead in his house on Thursday. Hospital has confirmed his death.

Hussain was born on 5th July 1971. He was a politician, columnist, television host and comedian. He was listed three times in The 500 Influential Muslims worldwide, and was ranked among 100 popular personalities of Pakistan.

However, media criticized Hussain for controversial comments about superstars.

His recent controversy was in May, when his third wife Syeda Dania Shah filed for divorce, after three months of marriage with him. She alleged that Hussain used to physically abuse Dania and forced her to make porn videos with his friends.

Reason of death hasn’t been ascertained yet.

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