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Maya Ali at Saif-ul-Muluk in 2016
Maryam Tanveer Ali

(1989-07-27) 27 July 1989 (age 32)
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
EducationQueen Mary College (MSc)
Years active2012–present

Maryam Tanveer Ali, known by her stage name Maya Ali (Urdu: مایا علی‎; born (1989-07-27)27 July 1989[1]) is a Pakistani actress. Ali is known for her roles in both dramas and two films, and is the recipient of one Lux Style Award from four nominations.

Maya Ali began her career as a video jockey, in the year 2012, appearing in several television shows for Samaa and Dunya. She made her debut with a brief role in the telenovela Durr-e-Shehwar, and received praise for playing the titular characters in the television series Aik Nayee Cinderella and Aun Zara (all 2012). After starring as a rebellious wife in the thriller drama Zid (2014), Ali received critical acclaim for her role of Zuleikha in the romantic dramality Mera Naam Yousuf Hai (2015), Faarah Wali Khan in the ensemble family drama Diyar-e-Dil (2015) and a love-driven girl in the tragic romance Mann Mayal (2016). Her performance in last two of these earned her the Lux Style Award nominations for Best Television Actress, winning for the latter. Ali gained recognition when she appeared into films by featuring as the female lead in the 2018 action comedy Teefa in Trouble and the 2019 romantic comedy Parey Hut Love. Both the films rank among the highest-grossing Pakistani films and the latter earned her two nominations at Lux. Currently in 2021, She is a part of Pakistani drama "Pehli Si Muhabbat - ARY Digital" as female lead- Rakshi, casting opposite to male lead- Sheheryar Munawar

Aside from acting, Ali participates in stage shows, and is vocal about how she has faced issues such as mental health and anxiety. She endorses various brands and products, and supports several charities, including the Shaukat Khanum campaign.

Life and career[edit]

Early life, career beginnings and breakthrough (1989–2015)[edit]

Maya Ali was born as Maryam Tanveer Ali on 27 July 1989 in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, to Muslim parents. Her father, Tanveer Ali, was a businessman, and her mother, Shagufta Nazar, is a homemaker.[2][3] She has one younger brother, Affnan. Ali completed her master's degree in mass communication from the Queen Mary College.[4][5][6] Ali started her career at early age, working as a video jockey for the channels Samaa TV, Waqt News and Dunya News.[7][8] According to Ali, her father was against her working in the entertainment industry and did not talk to her for six years, but she reconciled with him, before his death in 2016.[9][10][11]

In 2012, She started off well with a brief role in drama Durr-e-Shehwar, telecasted on Hum TV.[12] In this drama her name is Mahnoor. Her role is not very explanatory except that she is a younger sister of Durr-e-Shahwar (played by Sanam Baloch) and was born in a rich family and she always respects her elder sister. The drama was directed by Haissam Hussain and written by Umera Ahmed.[13][14] Aik Nayee Cinderella was her next show after Durr-e-Shehwar telecasted on Geo TV and she got the lead role in this drama opposite Osman Khalid Butt and Faizan Khawaja. Maya's role in this serial was Meesha (cinderella). The serial is a modern retelling story of Cinderella and people were resembling it to Disney world stories. The serial was directed by Haissam Hussain and written by Faiza Iftikhar.[15] After Aik Nayee Cinderella in 2013, she got the comedy project Aunn Zara, again under the direction of Haissam Hussain. The show is written by Faiza Iftikhar and was earlier titled as Hisar e Muhabbat.[16] She played the role of Zara, opposite Osman Khalid Butt as her husband, Aunn.[17] In 2013, Ali finally opted out from Haissam Hussain's direction to catch up with Ahsan Khan and Sohai Ali Abro for Khoya Khoya Chand, a romantic series which again was written by Faiza Iftikhar. She played the role of Ahmerin who is a loving and caring sister with a sweet nature.[18]

In 2013, she starred as Hiba in Ranjish Hi Sahi. The show contains a much diversified story from usually stories, another project by A&B production which was ON-AIRED on Geo TV. It is full of tragedies, sorrows, sufferings and pain. Each and every character is very difficult to be played. Ali is yet again in a sisterly role but a possessive sister.[19] Again in 2013, she did her another serial named Meri Zindagi Hai Tu which was on-aired on Geo TV. this serial was directed by Amin Iqbal, produced by A&B Entertainment and written by Faiza Iftikhar. The drama stars Ahsan Khan, her and Ayeza Khan in lead roles. The serial was first aired 20 September 2013 on Geo Entertainment, being aired on prime slot on Friday at 8:00 pm. The serial also aired on Indian channel Zindagi under the same title.[20]

Her next project was Ladoon Mein Pali, alongside Sajal Aly and Affan Waheed.[21] In this serial Ali is playing a leading role which is based on the story of a young girl her family. She played the role of Laraib, a girl whose family is traditional and respect their customs. This serial was aired on drama channel GEO TV at 8 pm every Tuesday. The story is written by Adam Aazeen and directed by Waseem Abbas. In 2014, Ali was cast in Shanakht, in which she played the role of Qurat-ul-Ain, who follows Islam but is criticized by her family and society.[22] Ali also starred as Saman in Zid alongside Ahsan Khan.[23] The series was directed by Adnan Wai Qureshi, while the story was written by Bee Gul, and was presented by Momina Duraid. Zid tells the story of an ambitious girl, named Saman, who is married to an American Pakistani man (played by Ahssan Khan) against her will.[24] In 2015, Ali worked in Mehreen Jabbar's romantic drama Mera Naam Yousuf Hai. She played the role of Zulaikha, alongside Imran Abbas.[25] That same year, she played the role of an estranged granddaughter Faarah Wali Khan in the blockbuster ensemble family drama Diyar-e-Dil, alongside Osman Khalid Butt, Abid Ali, Sanam Saeed, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Hareem Farooq and Ali Rehman Khan. The series was based on the novel of the same name by Farhat Ishtiaq, and was shot at the Khaplu Palace in Gilgit-Baltistan. For her performance in the series, she won the Hum Award for Best Actress Popular and received her first Lux Style Award for Best Actress nomination.[11][26]

Established actress (2016–present)[edit]

In 2016, Ali starred as Manahil in Mann Mayal along with Hamza Ali Abbasi, Gohar Rasheed and Aisha Khan, for which she won Lux Style Award for Best Television Actress. It was co-created and co-produced by the creative head Momina Duraid with Sana Shahnawaz, Samina Humayun and Tariq Shah. The show was first aired on Hum TV, as a part of night programming all under Duraid's production company.[27] The show was set in Hyderabad and Karachi, narrated the story of two neighbors from opposite background who fall in love with each other, but when he leaves the country to study, he falls for another woman. Mann Mayal premiered in Pakistan, UK, USA and UAE with same premier date and timings.[28]

Ali then appeared in the romance Sanam, another Hum TV series, directed by Haseeb Hassan.[29] Sanam had an ensemble cast, with Osman Khalid Butt as Harib, her as Aan, and Hareem Farooq as Ayla in leading roles, along with the supporting cast of Hina Khawaja Bayat, Asad Ali, Sharmeen Ali and Akbar Islam. The story of serial was told in a heavily serialized manner and it follows a love triangle. It revolves around the journey of Harib, a successful businessman, as he discovers the difference between a life partner and a soulmate.[30] The show was first aired on Hum TV, and was set in Karachi, Sindh. Sanam premiered in Pakistan, UK, USA and UAE with same premier date and timings.[31] Series received generally positive reviews in its premier, however throughout its broadcast it received mixed to negative reviews where viewers and critics declared it as a drag.[32]

In January 2017, she signed Ahsan Rahim's debut romantic action comedy film Teefa in Trouble (2018), as a co-star with Ali Zafar.[33][34] Pre-production work began in 2016 when Zafar, Rahim and Danyal Zafar wrote the story and screenplay.[35] Principal photography took place in Lahore and Warsaw between 18 February and 26 July 2017. Ali Zafar also created the music, while the film score was composed by Shani Arshad. The film released on 20 July 2018; it was distributed by Mandviwalla Entertainment and Geo Films nationwide. It is the first non-Indian film which was distributed internationally by Yash Raj Films.[36] Critical reaction was largely positive and her performance of a Polish born rebellious daughter of a Don was particularly praised. Galaxy Lollywood stated that she "leaves a mark with her debut performance and shows that she has arrived. She is believable in her role and looks beautiful on-screen and definitely has that elusive screen presence."[37] Omair Alavi of Samaa wrote that Ali came as a "breath of fresh air and looks naturally beautiful", however, she "needs to work on her dialogue delivery but here it suited her character".[38] OyeYeah thought that Ali has the "required energy" for the role and gets the acting, dancing part "right'.[39] At the time of its release, it was one of the most expensive Pakistani films ever made. Trade journalists had high expectations for the film which ultimately became the third Pakistani film to cross the 500 million (US$3.1 million) mark, despite facing protests and film piracy afterwards.[40]

Ali next played the role of a Turkey returned strong willed girl in the romantic comedy film Parey Hut Love (2019), directed by Asim Raza.[41][42][43] The film, divided into four chapters, tells the story of an aspiring actor (played by Sheheryar Munawar) who falls in love with an already engaged girl (played by Ali).[44] The film received positive reviews from critics, and Ali was praised for her performance.[45] Fatima Awan of Reviewit thought that Ali "has given a really solid performance, her dialogue delivery and overall look is right on point."[46] The Express Tribune took note of her performance and wrote that she "handles her character with maturity; [she] impresses the audience in almost every scene. Besides looking elegant, charming and graceful which was a requirement of the character, Ali proves that she can, without a doubt, be the next superstar of Pakistani cinema, provided she selects great films with greater directors."[47][48] Mahwash Ajaz opined that she is "one of the best leading ladies in cinema right now. She looks, breathes and appears to be the heroine of the modern day cinema in Pakistan. A lot of her emotional scenes are well-capitalized by Asim Raza. She is clearly made for the big screen."[42] Parey Hut Love earned over 300 million (US$1.9 million) to emerge as one of the highest-grossing Pakistani films.[49] At the annual Lux Style Awards, she received two Best Actress nominations.[50]

Ali created further hype in 2021, when she starred in the romantic television series, Pehli Si Muhabbat; it marked her second collaboration with Sheheryar Munawar and fifth with Faiza Iftikhar. Directed by Anjum Shahzad, the series tells the story of two neighbors who fall in love and give birth to a new rivalry. Pehli Si Muhabbat was acclaimed by the critics for its screenplay and performances, and went on to become a major success.[51] As of January 2021, she has signed her next project, a television series, Main Manto Nahi Hoon, opposite Humayun Saeed. The series, written by Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, will be aired on ARY Digital in the mid of 2021.[52]

Other work and media image[edit]

Ali is brand ambassador of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre.[53] Ali has visited different institutions to raise awareness of breast cancer among young girls.[54][55] She hosted Eid special show, named Milan, on 7 February 2017.[56] Ali is the brand ambassador of Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League.[57] Ali had gotten her own customized Shan e Pakistan jersey and was spotted wearing it as she was unveiled as the brand ambassador of the cricket team.[58][59] On 19 April 2017, she and Ali Zafar performed at the sixteenth ceremony of the Lux Style Awards on Zafar's song "Ishq".[60][61][28] Ali walks the ramp of Bridal Week 2018 as showstopper for Nomi Ansari. She always had a special preference for Nomi Ansari's designs and has been a brand ambassador for him for a few years now.[62][63] She serves as an ambassador for a number of brands and products, such as Lux, QMobile, Sprite, Diva body spray and Royal fan. She has appeared as a guest on many television shows, including Sunrise from Istanbul, that was hosted by Maria Wasti in Turkey, The Afternoon Show with Yasir, Tonite with HSY and With Samina Peerzada.[64][65] With 5 million followers on Instagram, she is one of the most followed actresses in the country.[66] In January 2021, the clothing brand, Alkaram Studio, announced Ali as the next Alkaram Woman for the year 2021.[67]



Year Title Role Director Notes
2018 Teefa in Trouble Anya Bonzo Ahsan Rahim
2019 Parey Hut Love Saniya Faisal Asim Raza Nominated—Lux Style Award for Best Actress Critics
Nominated—Lux Style Award for Best Actress Viewers


Year Title Role Director Notes
2012 Durr-e-Shehwar Mahnoor Haissam Hussain
2012 Aik Nayee Cinderella Meesha Saifullah
2013 Aun Zara Zara
2013 Khoya Khoya Chand Ahmareen Fahim Burney
2013 Ranjish Hi Sahi Hiba Nadeem Siddiqui
2013 Meri Zindagi Hai Tu Meenu Amin Iqbal
2014 Shanakht Quratulain Ahtesham Ahmad Khan
2014 Ladoon Mein Pali Laraib Waseem Abbas
2014 Zid Saman Omer Adnan Wai Qureshi
2015 Mera Naam Yousuf Hai Zulekha Noor Muhammad Mehreen Jabbar
2015 Diyar-e-Dil Faarah Wali Khan Haseeb Hassan Nominated—Lux Style Award for Best Television Actress
2016 Mann Mayal Manahil Javed Lux Style Award for Best Television Actress
2016 Sanam Aan
2021 Pehli Si Muhabbat Rakshi Anjum Shahzad

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Title Notes Results Ref.
2016 Hum Awards Best Drama Actress (Popular) Diyar-e-Dil Won [68]
Best Drama Actress (Jury) Nominated
Best Onscreen Couple (Jury) Shared with Osman Khalid Butt Won
Best Onscreen Couple (Popular) Nominated
IPPA Awards Best Actress Television Nominated [69]
Lux Style Awards Best Actress Drama (Jury) Nominated [70]
2017 Best Actress Drama (Jury) Mann Mayal Won [71]
Hum Awards Best Onscreen Couple (Popular) Shared with Hamza Ali Abbasi Nominated [72]
Best Onscreen Couple (Jury) Won
Best Drama Actress (Popular) Won
Best Drama Actress (Jury) Nominated
IPPA Awards Best Actress Television Nominated [73]
2019 Galaxy Lollywood Awards Best Female Debut Teefa in Trouble Won [74]
Best Onscreen Couple Shared with Ali Zafar Won
Pakistan Achievement Awards Most Popular Award in Film Nominated [75]
IPPA Awards Best Film Actress Viewer's Choice Won [76]
2020 Lux Style Awards Best Actress Critics Parey Hut Love Nominated [77]
Best Actress Viewer's Nominated
Hum Style Awards Most stylish Actor Female Won [78]


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