Muniba Mazari Biography
Muniba Mazari is of Baloch descent and belongs to the Mazari tribe. On March 3, 1987, she was born in Rahim Yar Khan, a town in southern Punjab. Muniba attended Army Public School before attending college in her hometown for a BFA. She married at the age of 18 before she could finish her schooling. She was involved in a car accident in 2008, which rendered her paraplegic.
Muniba Mazari Career
Muniba Mazari Baloch is a Pakistani activist, anchor artist, model, singer, and motivational speaker known as the Iron Lady of Pakistan. She was named the National Ambassador for UN Women Pakistan after being named one of the BBC’s 100 Most Inspiring Women of 2015. She was also named to the Forbes 30 under 30 list in 2016.
Muniba Mazari is well-known for her work as an artist, activist, anchor, model, singer, and motivational speaker. However, the majority of her career has been built on art and motivational speaking.
Muniba Mazari Personal Life/ Accident
Muniba and her husband were traveling from Quetta to Rahim Yar Khan on February 27, 2008. Their car was involved in an accident, and she suffered multiple serious injuries, including fractured bones in her arm (both radius and ulna), rib-cage, shoulder blade, collarbone, and spine. Her lungs and liver were also severely damaged. Furthermore, her entire lower body was paralyzed. She was rushed to a neighboring hospital, which was ill-equipped to deal with such a severe case. She was then transferred to a hospital in Rahim Yar Khan before being admitted to the Agha Khan Hospital in Karachi. She was bedridden for two years after surgery. Physiotherapy began, allowing her to heal sufficiently to utilize a wheelchair. Muniba relocated to Rawalpindi after receiving medical care for her injuries. Muniba adopted her son, Nael, four years after the disaster.
Muniba Mazari Net Worth
Muniba Mazari has an estimated net worth range between $1 million and $5 million.