Top 7 Most Handsome Lawmakers Of Pakistan
Former cricketer and the current Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan’s good looks and suave style have made him famous not only among his supporters in Pakistan but internationally as well. The Oxford graduate has seen a radical transformation from a young modern carefree heartthrob to a conservative but stylish head of state. His shalwar kameez and tailored fit waistcoats gives him a unique sense of style that has clicked with many Pakistanis over the years.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s devoted leader Khawaja Asif has been known for his decent sense of style throughout his political career. His elegant suits and colourful tie sets him apart from his peers and sometimes he even beats young politicians in good looks due to his personality.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
Pakistan People’s Party young chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is among some of the most handsome politicians in the country. His good looks have often been compared with those of his late mother Benazir Bhutto. On top of this, Bilawal also has excellent oratory skills in English and a charming personality. He is also one of the most eligible bachelors in the parliament at the moment.
This Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf minister is almost 50 years old but his sharp looks and impeccable dressing contribute to his handsome looks. His smile has also made him famous among his women fans who swear by the looks of this fair and tall politician.
This Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid leader is popular among youth in Punjab. His distinct spectacled looks add to his graceful sense of style. Also, he doesn’t shy away from making a fashion statement once in a while.
Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar
The former Sindh sports minister belongs to a family of sardars and his western sense of style has earned him many fans in Pakistan and abroad. Mahar can dress well for any occasion and carries his personal style with confidence and poise. He is also a fitness freak which contributes to his handsome looks.
The young politician from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in 2006 and headed the party’s social media cell in the province from 2007 to 2010. He came into the limelight after becoming Special Assistant to the Chief Minister on Technology. He usually wears shalwar kameez and tops it up with a combination waistcoat, jacket or a formal coat.