Pakistani stars celebrate 'love' beyond roses this Valentine's Day

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(From left to right) Picture collage of Pakistani celebrities, Ahad Raza Mir, Hassan Ahmed and Sunita Marshal, Hamza Amin and Ushna Shah, and Sarah Khan. — Instagram
(From left to right) Picture collage of Pakistani celebrities, Ahad Raza Mir, Hassan Ahmed and Sunita Marshal, Hamza Amin and Ushna Shah, and Sarah Khan. — Instagram

Lovers across the globe celebrated Valentine's Day and renewed their bonds and promises of love with their loved ones on Wednesday as the world marked the day of affection on February 14.

Love was not just in the air as those under the limelight in Pakistan also expressed it to their better halves in affectionate social media posts. However, this Valentine's Day celebration for the Pakistani celebrities was beyond 'just roses' as they marked the occasion in diverse ways.

Some thanked their partners just for being by their side while some reminisced their special moments in each others' proximity.

Here are the social media posts of some of them on Valentine's Day: 

Drama actor Ushna Shah thanked her husband, Hamza Amin for the "beautiful life" she shares with him in a love-filled Instagram post.

Former super model Sunita Marshal wished her husband, Hassan Ahmed a "happy Valentine's Day" with a cute video comprising short clips of their joyous times together.

Former modelling star Nadia Khan also shared an old picture of her with "forever Valentine", her husband, to celebrate their years-long companionship. 

Meanwhile, Pakistani heart throb Ahad Raza Mir presented himself to be his fans' Valentine this year. 

Last but not the least, fan-favourite Sarah Khan posted a simple "Happy Valentine's Day" wish and a video of herself with a 'rose'.

All Sarah Khan-fans know what significance a "rose" has when it comes to the Raqs-e-Bismil starlet. 

Her husband, Pakistani singing star Falak Shabir religiously presents her with roses every now and then to express love. 

"PS. I get flowers everyday so today is no special for me," Sarah wrote as a postscript note under the wish.