|Native name||Irtiza Rubab|
12 May 1977 
Sheikhupura, Punjab, Pakistan
|Residence||Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan|
|Awards||Pakistan Media Award
Nigar Awards Pride of Performance from Govt. of Pakistan
Irtiza Rubab (Urdu: ارتضی رباب)  (born 12 May 1977), better known by her stage name Meera (Urdu: میرا), is a Pakistani film actress, television presenter, model and leading philanthropist. She made her movie debut in 1995, but earned nationwide critical acclaim in 1999 for her lead performance in Khilona (1996–97). For her acting in Khilona she won her first Nigar Award and received significant praise for her work. With the release of Inteha, another critical and commercial success, Meera won the second consecutive Nigar Award for Best Actress of the year for her break-out performance. In 2004, she played a prominent role in Salakhain which lifted her image internationally. In 2005, she acted in a joint Indo-Pakistani film, Nazar with which she debuted in Bollywood.
In 2013 election she announced to launch herself in Pakistani Politics but later she stepped back nominating her mother as candidate for national assembly reserved seat(which her mother lost by taking 100 votes only). after this she announced to build a health trust for which she is still unsuccessful.
Meera did her first movie in India, named Nazar which had her as the first Pakistani actress to be seen in India like Begum Para, as well as it was the beginning of the India Pakistan peace talks. Nazar was a film directed by Soni Razdan and it was the first Indo-Pakistani joint movie venture in 50 years. The film introduced Pakistani actress Meera to Bollywood. Her second movie was Kasak starring Lucky Ali. Although Kasak failed critically and commercially, Meera still kept working in Bollywood. Her third film Paanch Ghantey Mien Paanch Crore was an average grosser at the Box Office. The film was not screened for Press and Critics as the director Faisal Saif wanted to show the film directly to the audience.The film managed a decent opening of 50% with its limited cinema release. However, The Times of India listed the film in Bollywood's Top 10 Bold Films category of 2012.
|1996||Cheez Bari Hai Mast Mast||Urdu|
|1996||Ham Hayn Aapkay Ghulam||Urdu|
|1997||Dunya Hay Dil Walon Ki||Urdu|
|1997||Ham Tumharay Hayn||Urdu|
|1997||Mard jeenay Nahin Detay||Urdu|
|1998||Too Chor main Sipahi||Urdu|
|1998||Kahin Pyar Na Ho Jaye||Urdu|
|1999||Guns And Roses||Urdu|
|1999||Dunya Say Kya Darna||Urdu|
|1999||Mujhay Jeenay do||Urdu|
|1999||Babul Da Vehra||Punjabi|
|2000||Ghar Kab Aao Gay||Urdu|
|2000||Dil Se Na Bhulana||Urdu|
|2001||Khoey Ho Tum Kahan||Urdu|
|2001||Munda Rang Rangeela||Punjabi|
|2002||Chalo Ishq Larain||Urdu|
|2002||Fire (2002 film)||Urdu|
|2003||Meri Awaz Suno||Urdu|
|2005||Aik Gunah Aur||Urdu|
|2007||Godfather (2007 film)||Urdu|
|2007||Potra Shahiye Da||Punjabi|
|2008||Khulay Aasman Ke Neechay||Urdu|
|2010||Haseeno ka Mela||Urdu|
|2011||Son of Pakistan||Punjabi|
|2012||Paanch Ghantey Mien Paanch Crore||Hindi|
|2014||Zargia Khwar She||Pashto|
|2016||Jab Tak Hain Hum||Urdu|
- Hassan, Mirza (1 November 2014). "Meera's real date of birth leaked". Retrieved 8 December 2016.
...she was born on 12th of May 1977 in Lahore.
- S.D. Sharma (2005). "Meera wants liberal visa regime". Tribune India. Retrieved 28 March 2013.
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- Admin (18 April 2008). "Premiere of Pakistani celluloid revenge saga 'Salakhain' held in Mumbai". The Indian. Retrieved 28 March 2013.
- Staff (28 February 2005). "No ban on Meera, other actors: PM". Dailytimes. Retrieved 28 March 2013.
- "Meera plans to contest elections". Pakistan today. 27 March 2013. Retrieved 28 March 2013.
- Entertainment desk (28 March 2013). "Meera plans to run for election". The News International. Retrieved 28 March 2013.
- "Elections 2013: My mom will now be Haroonabad's mom, says Meera". The Express Tribune. 11 April 2013. Retrieved 11 May 2014.
- Jafri, Owais (7 July 2013). "Meera to open charity hospital in mother's name". The Express Tribune. Retrieved 11 May 2014.
- Nijher, Jaspreet (20 August 2011). "I'll welcome Meera with open arms: Mahesh Bhatt". The Times of India. Retrieved 7 March 2013.
- Shukla, Pankaj. "Meera's charisma & Lucky's musical notes fail". SmasHits.com. Retrieved 7 March 2013.
- "Top 10 Bollywood's hottest scenes of 2012". The Times of India. 18 December 2012. Retrieved 7 March 2013.
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- "Riding the wave of revival - The Express Tribune". 4 April 2016. Retrieved 8 December 2016.
- "'Shor Sharaba' enters post-production - The Express Tribune". 17 August 2016. Retrieved 8 December 2016.