Hina Dilpazeer

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Hina Dilpazeer
Born Hina Dilpazir Khan
(1969-01-16) 16 January 1969 (age 48)
Karachi, Pakistan
Other names Hina Dilpazir,[1] Hina Dilpazeer Khan, Momo[2]
Occupation Actress, Television presenter, Television director, model, singer
Years active 2006–present
Notable work Bulbulay as Momo (Mumtaz)

Hina Dilpazeer (Urdu: حنا دلپذیر‎; born 16 January 1969) is a Pakistani actress, Television presenter, Television director, model, and singer. She is best known for her role Momo in Bulbulay which became one of the most watched comedy dramas in Pakistan due to her performance. Other notable works include Mitthu in Mitthu Aur Aapa, Shakooran in Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah and Saeeda in Burns Road Ki Nilofar for which she won Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role[2] at Kara Film Festival. Her role as Momo in Bulbulay received extremely positive feedback worldwide and she gained a cult following. The Bollywood star Anil Kapoor bestowed her with the title of "Art Diva" and praised her effortless performances and her adaptability.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Dilpazeer was born to a pakistani family in Karachi, Pakistan.[3] After completing her early education in Karachi, she was relocated to UAE with her family because of her father's employment. After spending some years in Dubai, Dilpazeer returned to Karachi in 2006. In her family, Dilpazeer was closest to her father. She remembers him as her "friend" and credits him for her many of her qualities. Besides being involved in television and theatre, Dilpazeer enjoys poetry and music and adores Roshan Ara Begum, Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Master Madan and Begum Akhtar.[1]

Career[edit]

While Dilpazeer was in UAE, she pursued a career in radio. She wrote and performed radio plays. After returning to Pakistan, she started her career in 2006 in the Pakistani TV industry by obtaining the role of Saeeda in Burns Road Ki Nilofar, a telefilm by ARY Digital. Her acting in Burns Road Ki Nilofar was highly appreciated by the critics and the public.[2]

Dilpazeer loves theater work very much and has performed in several theatre plays with one being National Academy of Performing Arts' Dil Ka Kya Rang Karoon.[1]


Television[edit]

Actress[edit]

Year Serial Role Channel
2006 Burns Road Ki Nilofar[2] Saeeda ARY Digital
2008 Yeh Zindagi Hai Hajira Geo TV
2009–present Bulbulay Mumtaz a.k.a. Momo ARY Digital
2009 Andata[4] Indus TV
2010 Ronaq Jahan Ka Nafsiyati Gharana[5] (Telefilm)
Rang[6](Telefilm)
2011 Ladies Park Kulsoom Geo TV
Tum Ho Ke Chup Saazein Bibi Geo TV
2012 Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat Bilo Farry Dharallah Geo TV
Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah Shakooran (*played multiple roles) ARY Digital
Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein Neeli's Mother Hum TV
Fun Khana Hum TV
Jahez[7] Geo TV
2013 Tare Ankboot Geo TV
2014 Mitthu Aur Aapa[8] Mitthu Hum TV
2015 Googly Mohalla Naheed PTV
Khatoon Manzil[9] ARY Digital
2016 Iss Khamoshi Ka Matlab Geo TV
Hina Dilpazir Ki Gudgudee (Telefilm) Dolly Phuppo TVOne Global
Hum Sab Ajeeb Se Hain Bahtreen Aaj Entertainment
Jab Tak Ishq Nahi Hota[10] Fazeelat Express Entertainment

Presenter[edit]

Year Serial Role Channel
2015-2016 Dilpazeer Show[11] Host ARY Digital

Director[edit]

Year Serial Channel
2016 Hina Dilpazir Ki Gudgudee[12] TVOne Global

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Jeewan Hathi Natasha upcoming film
2017 Shaan-e-Ishq Mehwish's Mother upcoming film

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Nominated Work Category Result
2008 Kara Film Festival Burns Road Ki Nilofar Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role[2] Won
2012 Lux Style Awards Tum Ho Ke Chup Satellite Best TV Actress Nominated
2012 Hum Awards Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein Hum Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2013 Lux Style Awards Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah Satellite Best TV Actress[13] Nominated

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