Muniba Mazari is a multitalented personality most recognized as an artist and motivational speaker from Pakistan. She is also a model, activist, and television host who never gave up on life despite the devastating injuries and complications that she went through.

Mazari is the survivor of the car accident which left her paraplegic (impairment in the motor-sensory function of the lower extremities). She is the first wheel-chair using model.

Muniba Mazari: Early Life and Personal Life

Born on 3 March 1987 Muniba Mazari grew up in her native land Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan. She is from the Baloch background. She was raised along with her two brothers, Zulfiqar Ali Mazari and Sarfraz Mazari.

Muniba is fluent in the Pakistani and English language. She did her graduation in Fine Arts. This Pisces zodiac amazing personality is 5 feet 3 inch tall. She has brown eyes and black color hair.

Down the memory lane! ♥️ Life. Siblings. Then and Now!

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Mazari was previously married to a Pakistani husband, Khurram Shahzad. She tied the knot with her ex-husband at the very tender age of 18. After two years of her marriage, she got into a  car accident along with her husband in a far-flung area, Balochistan.

Her husband escaped the misadventure while she sustained multiple injuries. She has been wheel-bound since then. As she couldn’t bore a child due to her injuries she adopted a son, Neal from an orphanage.

Have a great day everyone! #Momson 🤠💙

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Muniba Mazari: Career

Muniba was a housewife prior to being an artist. She has created her own brand Muniba’s Canvas with the slogan Let Your Walls Wear Colors. The beginning of her career started after the misery that she went through after the car accident.

Other than that, Munib is a motivational speaker and has made her appearance in various conferences and forums. She has featured in platforms such as TEDxYoung Presidents Organization, Global Leadership Conference, Vcon Dubai 2017 and many others. Moreover, she is the national ambassador for UN Women Pakistan. In 2015, BBC named her 100 most inspirational women.


Muniba Mazari: Controversy

Muniba faced a number of controversies including an accusation of plagiarizing Laiba Baig‘s work. She was distanced from the disability movement of Pakistan stating her to be an attention/sympathy seeker and cashing in on her disability. In 2017 her former spouse sues her for defamation aka blaming and bashing him for all her afflictions.

Muniba Mazari: Net Worth

Mazari earns a decent amount of money from her career as an artist, model, anchor and motivational speaker. Her current estimated net worth is still under review. As a model, Muniba has well maintained her lifestyle and appears quite classy and trendy. She likes to help the needy and does painting in her leisure time.  She is fond of reading too. Most of her free time is consumed by visiting and spending time with her friends and family.