Zaheen Tahira

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Zaheen Tahira
Born Zaheen Tahira
1946 (age 70–71)
Lucknow, India
Nationality  Pakistani
Other names Tahira Aapa
Occupation Television Actress, Film Actress
Known for Khuda Ki Basti
Hajj-e-Akbar

Zaheen Tahira is a most senior and veteran actress in Pakistan Television History. She dominated on TV Screens in Late 60's-present. She has appeared in Dramas and Plays over 700 plus in Lead, supporting and other roles, Nowadays she is appearing in no of private channels in numerous plays and dramas in role of supporting and others. She appeared in Pakistani record breaking Television Rating Point's the phenomenal serial Khuda Ki Basti by Shaukat Siddiqui. In 2012, she received the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz in recognition of her work in the Pakistani entertainment industry.

Television[edit]

She has appeared in no of plays and Dramas in late 60's-present some of her dramas listed below:[1]

  • Khuda Ki Basti (Serial)
  • Hajj e Akbar
  • Show Shaa
  • Manzil (Serial)
  • Murad (Film)
  • Dil, Diya, Dehleez
  • Tair e Lahooti
  • Anokha Bandhan
  • Noorpur Ki Rani
  • Sentenced for Love (Film)
  • Dowry List (Film)
  • Khala Khairan
  • Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai
  • Manto Rama - Kamra No. 17
  • Tujh Pay Qurban
  • Vanee
  • Aania
  • Kaun Jaanay Kia Hona Hai
  • Chaandni Raatain
  • Aik Bechara - Sitcom on Ary
  • Shama
  • Kaisi Hain Doorian
  • Rastay Dil Kay
  • Dil Moti Kay Mole
  • Masi Aur Malka
  • Adam Hawwa Aur Shaitan
  • Waqt Ka Asmaan
  • Kahaniyan
  • Zeenat
  • Asaawari
  • Shee Jee
  • Amawas
  • Uroosa (Serial)
  • Dastak
  • Ajaib Khana
  • Des Pardes (Serial)
  • Khaali Ankhen
  • Meray Qatil Meray Dildar
  • Harjaee
  • Nikhar Gaye Gulab Sare
  • Kabhi Kabhi Pyaar Mein
  • Bebak
  • Umm-e-Kulsoom
  • Adha Chehra
  • Ilzam
  • Zarb Taqseem
  • Flight 033
  • Tumhari Bina
  • Teri Meri Jodi
  • Noor Jehan
  • Heer (Geo TV)
  • Marasim
  • Bin Roye (Cameo)
  • Tum Milay

Awards and nominations[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Hum Awards for Lifetime Achievement in Television 2013.

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