Mahrukh Ibrahim is a Pakistani woman who is known for being the elder daughter of gangster Dawood Ibrahim.
Mahrukh Ibrahim was born in 1986 (age 36 years; as of 2023) in Karachi, Pakistan.
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Parents & Siblings
Her father, Dawood Ibrahim, is a gangster and terrorist.
Her mother’s name is Mehjabeen Shaikh.
She has a brother named Moin Ibrahim, who got married to Saniya Shaikh, a Pakistani-British businesswoman, in 2011.
Her sister, Mehreen Ibrahim, got married to Aurangzeb Mehmood, a Pakistani-American in 2011.
Her third sister, Maria Ibrahim, died of Malaria.
Husband & Children
On 9 July 2006, Mahrukh Ibrahim got married to Junaid Miandad, son of former Pakistan cricketer, Javed Miandad.
Wedding Controversies Unveiled
Her wedding in 2006 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Dubai brought her into the public eye. Despite being a widely watched event, her father, Dawood Ibrahim, reportedly did not attend. The media reports revealed that about 500 guests were present, but specific details about them were not disclosed. The Grand Hyatt Hotel had strict security measures, and the security personnel instructed journalists and photographers to keep a distance from the main venue during the wedding. According to media reports, Dawood Ibrahim was said to have used a Pakistani passport to travel to Saudi Arabia for Mahrukh’s wedding. His plan was to attend the reception in Dubai using the fake identity Ali Miyan, which he allegedly uses for travel between Saudi Arabia and Dubai. Dawood intended to stay at a farm near Dubai for the reception. However, the arrest of a sharpshooter associated with the rival Chhota Rajan gang, Vicky Malhotra, in Delhi, along with a retired intelligence officer, raised concerns about a potential joint intelligence-mafia operation, prompting Dawood to be alert. The means by which he reached the wedding venue in Mecca remained uncertain. There were reports of a group of women in burkhas at the Mecca mosque, but their identities could not be confirmed. Later, speculation arose that one of them might have been Dawood himself. After the wedding, a few media sources contacted Javed Miandad in Pakistan. During the conversation, a media representative asked him if Dawood Ibrahim had attended the ‘nikaah,’ and Miandad’s reply was, “Everyone was present.” The Times of India
Her grandfather, Sheikh Ibrahim Ali Kaskar, was a head constable in the Mumbai Police.
She has seven uncles named Shabir Ibrahim Kaskar (deceased), Iqbal Ibrahim Kaskar, Noora Ibrahim (deceased), Anis Ibrahim, Sabir Ahmad, Mohammed Humayoon (deceased), and Mustaqueem Ali.
She has five aunts named Saida Hassan Miya Waghle (deceased), Zaitun (also spelt as Zaitoon) Hamid Antule, Farzana Saud Tungekar, Mumtaz Rahim Faki, and Haseena Parkar (deceased).