Taha Shah Badussha, who plays the role of Tajdar Baloch will meet and greet fans at Habbibi, Leeds on Friday 12th July

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar’ took the world by storm following its’ global Netflix release in May and became the world’s most-viewed Indian series ever.

But, ‘Heeramandi’ isn’t just about the courtesans; it also throws light into the lives of royal nawabs, zamindars, British officers, and the revolutionaries who raised a rebellion against the British empire. Among these characters is Tajdar Baloch (played by Taha Shah Badussha), Nawab Asfaq Baloch’s son, who hails from a royal family that own a lavish hotel in the heart of Lahore city.

And now, Habbibi in Leeds is hosting the show’s leading man – heartthrob Taha Shah Badussha, on Friday 12th July from 2pm.

The UAE home-grown star who’s gained global fame since his devoted romantic role as Tajdar, will be meeting and greeting his legion of fans and interacting with the media over a special afternoon tea at Habbibi’s located on the 3rd floor in Victoria Gate on George Street, Leeds.

Fans will have the exclusive opportunity to personally engage with Taha Shah Badussha, making this event a highly anticipated occasion for both the restaurant and the local community.

Habbibi’s grand opening in January, saw the worldwide social media sensation, boxer, singer and big boss contestant, Abdu Rozik, gracing the restaurant and its shisha lounge.

Habbibi known for its unique Middle Eastern allure and a touch of Dubai-inspired opulence has fast become one of the city’s hot spots known for its exquisite ambiance and culinary delights.

The visit from Taha Shah Badussha is expected to further enhance its reputation as a premier spot in the city.

About Habbibi’s
Situated at Victoria Gate, 3rd Floor Rooftop, George Street, Leeds, LS2 7AU HABBIBI features a chic interior and terrace, creating the perfect backdrop for social media enthusiasts. HABBIBI’S premier shisha bar and restaurant in Leeds, offers a unique blend of Middle Eastern charm and Dubai-inspired luxury. Since its establishment in January 2024 Habbibi’s has become a favoured destination for locals and visitors alike, renowned for its exceptional ambiance, cuisine, and service. The restaurant’s name is derived from the Arabic term meaning ‘my love’ or ‘my dear,’ encapsulates the essence of a dining experience that promises to be as cherished and beloved as the name suggests.

About Heeramandi
‘Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar’ is a Netflix series exploring the cultural reality of Lahore’s famed Heeramandi through the stories of courtesans and their patrons set against the tumultuous backdrop of the Indian freedom struggle of the 1940s. A mix of love, betrayal, succession, and politics in the kothas (house of courtesans), Heeramandi is director and filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s signature style of larger-than-life stories, intricate and soulful characters, and rippling dynamics of a world rife with conflict during a defining time period for India. Sanjay Leela Bhansali has announced that announce that the series will return for Season 2.