Aaminah Haq

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Aaminah Haq
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Born Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Occupation Model, Actress
Spouse(s) Ammar Belal (2009 – present)
Modeling information
Hair color Black
Eye color Brown

Aaminah Haq (Urdu: ﺁﻣﻨﮫ ﺣﻖ‎, also variously spelled Aamina Haq and Amna Haq) is a Pakistani model[1] and actress noted as a Lux model and for her role in the television drama Mehndi.

Career[edit]

Haq has modelled for magazines including She, Libas, Visage, Women's Own, Fashion Collection and Newsline. She also hosted three seasons of Lux Style ki Duniya, and hosted a chat show for Aag TV, called the Aaminah Haq Show.[when?]

Haq has acted in a number of Urdu dramas. Her serials such as Chaandni Raatain and Ghulam Gardish have been well received.[2] Haq also appeared in Mehndi: The Color of Emotions.

Haq wrote a column, "GirlFriday" for several years, followed by a string of articles for several publications.[vague] In 2009, she joined the Buksh Group as the Editor-in-Chief for their in-house publication.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

Aamina Haq is the daughter of Ghulam Mustafa Khar, former Governor of Punjab and Chief Minister of Punjab. She is also a cousin of Hina Rabbani Khar, Foreign Minister of Pakistan. In mid-2008, the actress-model became engaged to Ammar Belal, a model and fashion designer.[3] The couple were married in 2009.[4]

Television serials[edit]

Music videos[edit]

  • Fraudiye by Awaz
  • Ankhoon Ko Ankhoon Ne by Junaid Jamshed
  • Channa Ve Channa by Rahim Shah
  • Mahive by Faakhir
  • Dekha by Ali Zafar
  • Cho Ke Dekho
  • Bohut Gerem
  • Chal Bulliye by Mekaal Hasan Band

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aaminah Haq Pakistani Fashion Model, Top Pakistani Fashion Models". Fashioncentral.pk. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  2. ^ "Amna Haq – Pakistani Television Dramas and TV Shows". Thepakistani.tv. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  3. ^ Ammar's engagement. Pakspeaks.com
  4. ^ "Just married: Aaminah Haq and Ammar Belal". 2 August 2009. Retrieved 1 November 2010. 

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