Sangeeta (Pakistani actress)
14 June 1947
|Occupation||Film director, actress|
|Years active||1969 – present|
|Parent(s)||Tayyab Hussain Rizvi|
|Relatives||See Khan family|
1978 Mutthi Bhar Chawal
1978 Mutthi Bhar Chawal
1976 Society Girl
1983 Sona Chandi
Best Supporting Actress
1971 Yeh Aman
1984 Naam Mera Badnaam
Parveen Rizvi was born on 14 June 1947 in Karachi, British India. Parveen Rizvi's (or Sangeeta's) mother Mehtab Rizvi also had a career in show business. Additionally, Parveen's younger sister, Nasreen Rizvi (professionally known as Kaveeta) is also associated with Pakistani cinema.
In 1969, Sangeeta appeared on the film Koh-e-Noor (1969) as a child star; it was directed by Agha Husaini. In 1971, she moved to Lahore from her birthplace of Karachi and started a more serious career in Lollywood movies in Lahore. Her role as a supporting actress in Riaz Shahid's movie Yeh Aman (1971) was well-liked by the Pakistani public. She went on to act in dozens of other movies before deciding to become a film producer-director with her own film Society Girl in 1976. Sangeeta has over 120 films to her credit as an actress and a producer-director.
Sangeeta directed her debut film in 1976, Society Girl. Her second film as director was Mujhay galay laga lo, starring, Sangeeta, Kaveeta, Ghulam Mohiuddin, Nayyar Sultana, Bahar Begum. Her film Mian Biwi Razi (1982) celebrated its Platinum Jubilee and was a highly successful movie. Her film Thori Si Bewafai was the first Pakistani film to be shot in United States. During the 1990s, she directed commercially successful films like Khilona (1996) and Nikah (1998). Her upcoming film Tum Hi To Ho is scheduled to release in 2019.
Sangeeta's first marriage was to fellow Pakistani actor Humayun Qureshi. Together, they had a daughter. After some years, this marriage failed and they divorced. Sangeeta then married actor Naveed Butt.
|Mujhe Gale Laga Lo||Urdu|
|1978||Mutthi Bhar Chawal||Urdu|
|1979||Laad Pyar Aur Beiti||Urdu|
|1980||Mahal Mere Sapnon Ka||Urdu|
|1982||Mian Biwi Razi||Urdu|
|1982||Thori Si Bewafai||Urdu|
|1984||Naam Mera Badnam||Urdu|
|1985||Jeeney Nahin Dungi||Urdu|
|1987||Qasam Munnay Ki||Urdu|
|1989||Taqat Ka Toofan||Urdu|
|1997||Aashqi Khel Nahin||Urdu|
|Do Boond Pani||Urdu|
|Dil To Pagal||Urdu|
|Yeh Wada Raha||Urdu|
|Kuriyaan Shehr Diyan||Punjabi|
|Haseeno ka Mela||Punjabi|
|2019||Tum Hi To Ho||Urdu|
- Kis Din Mera Viyah Howay Ga (Season 1) – 2011
- Meri Behan Meri Dewrani – 2012
- Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah – 2013
- Kis Din Mera Viyah Howay Ga (Season 2) – 2013
- Yeh Shaadi Nahi Ho Sakti – 2013
- Kis Din Mera Viyah Howay Ga Season 3
- RishteyARY Zindagi 2014 to 2016
- Dil-e-Barbaad – 2015
- Haya Ke Daaman Main – 2016
- Kis Din Mera Viyah Howay Ga Season 4 2018
- Main Na Janoo - 2019
Awards and recognition
- Nigar Award for Best Director in film Mutthi Bhar Chawal (1978)
- Nigar Award for Best Actress in film Mutthi Bhar Chawal (1978)
- Nigar Award for Best Supporting Actress for film Yeh Aman (1971) and then Naam Mera Badnaam (1984)
- Nigar Award Special Awards for film Society Girl and then for film Sona Chandi (1983)
- "Pakistan's film industry is in collapse". Los Angeles Times (newspaper). 8 November 2009. Retrieved 24 January 2019.
- "Family of Tayyab Rizvi". Pakistani Drama Story & Movie Reviews | Ratings | Celebrities | Entertainment news Portal | Reviewit.pk. 18 January 2016.
- Ahmed, Hira (4 February 2019). "Three Pakistani Movies To Battle in March!". VeryFilmi. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
- Sangeeta's Filmography on Complete Index To World Film (CITWF) website Retrieved 24 January 2019
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