Mehreen Raheel

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Mehreen Raheel
Born Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Years active 2007 - Present
Relatives
  • Seemi Raheel (mother)
  • Danyal Raheel (brother)

Mehreen Raheel is a Pakistani model, actor, managing director of her family company R vision and host who appears in Pakistani films and serials.[1]

She is best known for portraying the main leads in Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan, Dastaan, Mastana Mahi, Ashk and Zindagi Gulzar Hai. She made her film debut in 2011 Jawad Ahmad's Virsa. In 2013, she appeared in Tamanna directed by a British director Steven Dean Moore.[2]

Early life[edit]

Raheel is the daughter of actress and social activist Seemi Raheel.[2] She studied at Lahore Grammar School and Lahore College of Arts and Sciences then she went to London for a diploma in Dancing, Drama, and Script writing.[2] Raheel married Mohammad Munir in March 2008 in Lahore

Career[edit]

Modeling[edit]

Raheel started her career as a Model when she was 8 years old. She has appeared in commercials for ICI, Head and Shoulders, Pantene, Lipton, Telenor, Ufone, PTCL, and Sooper Biscuit.[2]

Film and television[edit]

Raheel started her acting career with Ajnabee Rastay in which she portrayed a minor character. She then appeared in Gardish, 3 Bata 3, Kothi No. 156, Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan, Dastaan, Mujhey Hai Hukum-e-Azan, Kabhi Aye Naa Judai, Mastana Mahi, Ashk and Adha Din Aur Puri Raat. She was also nominated for Best Actress at the Lux Style Awards for her role in Kabhi Aye Na Judaai.

From 2013 onwards Raheel played the role of Madiha in Drama Ashk and in another blockbuster serial Zindagi Gulzar Hai, she played Asmaara, which aired on Hum TV.

Raheel made her film debut in Jawad Ahmad's Virsa opposite Indian actor Arya Babbar. Her second film Tamanna directed by a British director Steven Dean Moore opposite Salman Shahid.

She is currently seen in Hum TV serial Halki Si Khalish.

Humanitarian work[edit]

Raheel travelled to India as an Ambassador for the Standard Chartered Fundraising Marathon. She has worked in Thailand with young children and in raising money to fund education. She takes part in humanitarian activities in Pakistan.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Additional Notes
2010 Virsa Mahi Indo-Pak film
2014 Tamanna Mehreen
2015 Freedom Sound Angelina Delayed
Drama
Year Title Role Additional Notes
2007 3 Bata 3 Fiza Hum TV
2007 Ajnabee Rastay Ayesha Hum TV
2007 Gardish Khirad Hum TV
2008 Kothi No. 156 Mehreen Hum TV
2009 Mujhey Hai Hukum-e-Azan Dua ARY Digital
2009 Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan Mahroosh Hum TV
2010 Dastaan Rabia Hum TV
2010 Kabhi Aye Naa Judai Saba Hum TV
2011 Mastana Mahi Aleen Hum TV
2012 Mahi Ayega Mehreen Hum TV
2012 Ashk Madiha Geo TV
2012 Adha Din Aur Puri Raat Esha Geo TV
2012 Zindagi Gulzar Hai Aasmara Hum TV
2013 Daagh-E-Nidamat Iram PTV Home
2013 Tere Pyar Ke Bharose Meera Express Entertainment
2013 Dil E Dangal Aiza Hum TV
2013 Halki Si Khalish Rabia Hum TV
2014 Ghum-e-Dil Sana
2014 Kahani Manahil Aur Raima Ki Raima Hum TV
2014 Hamaray Ustaad Herself Geo TV (Coming Soon)
Telefilm
Year Title Role Additional Notes
2013 Dil Dangal Hum TV Valentine's Day Special
Hosting
Year Events Co-Host Additional Notes
2011 Harri Mirchain Jawad Dunya TV
Reality Shows
Year Title Role Additional Notes
2013 Kurkure Off Season 2 Herself ARY Digital (Winner)
Morning/Chat Shows Appearance
Year Title Role Additional Notes
2011 Morning with Hum Herself Hum TV
2013 Good Morning Pakistan Herself ARY Digital
2013 Zindagi Gulzar Hai Live Transmission Herself Hum TV


Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Serial Character Result
2011 Lux Style Awards Best Actress Kabhi Aye Naa Judai Saba Nominated
2013 Veet Celebration Of Beauty Awards Best Smile Herself Nominated
2014 Lux Style Awards Best Television Actress - Terrestrial Dhag-e-Nadamat Rabia Pending

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Ashk": A star-studded disappointment-The highs!". Tribune.com. 2012-08-01. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "Mehreen Raheel". Urdu Wire.com. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 

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