Samina Ahmad

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Samina Ahmad
Born Samina Ahmad
Feb 11 1950
Karachi, Pakistan[1]
Occupation Television actress, producer, presenter, director
Years active 1980-present
Spouse(s) Film director late Fareed Ahmad (died in 1993)

Samina Ahmad is a Pakistani television actress, stage performer, television producer and television director.[2]

Early life and career[edit]


When asked in an interview about what she values most in life ? ... Her prompt reply was, "Humanity".[2]


She had started her career with serious plays on Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV), however she is known for comedy plays like Akkar Bakkar, Taal Matol, Alif Noon and Such Gup. She also acted in the famous comedy drama Family Front. She has recently acted in another TV comedy named Side Order. Her switch to the comic roles proved to be highly rewarding for her, and she quickly became a top media person in Pakistan.[1]

Some of her well-known TV dramas are:

As a TV director[edit]

She was a programmes director at Alhamra Arts Council in Lahore while also performing on the television. In 1997, she launched her own television company named as Samina Ahmad Productions which produced the widely-popular TV drama Family Front.[1]

Awards and nominations[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Profile of Samina Ahmad". Retrieved 3 Oct 2016. 
  2. ^ a b c, Profile of Samina Ahmad on website, Retrieved 13 Sep 2016
  3. ^, Dukhtar (2014) film and Samina Ahmad (actress) on Complete Index To World Film (CITWF) website, Retrieved 13 Sep 2016
  4. ^ a b c, Samina Ahmad's filmography and as TV actress on IMDb website, Retrieved 13 Sep 2016
  5. ^, Samina Ahmad's 'Best Supporting Actress' Nigar Award info listed on website, Retrieved 3 Oct 2016

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