Thursday, February 21, 2013


Famous Pakistani film actor, film-maker and drama director Sangeeta was born as Perveen Rizvi on 14th June 1947 at Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. She has starred in huge number of hit movies like Society Girl and Mutti Bhar Chawal. Her directorial dramas include Pakvilla. Her first film was by Rehman, when he exposed her talent he given her a part of his film Kanghan. Sangeeta started her career in the film “Kankgan” in 1969 then began appearing in Lollywood Pakistani films. In the year 1969, Sangeeta also worked as a child star in the film Koh-e-Noor. Sangeeta directed her debute film in 1979, Society Girl. Her second film as director was Mujhay galay laga lo. 
She also directed the film Zeherilay. Sangeeta also appeared on Nachley season 2 as a guest judge. Nowadays she is working on TV dramas as well. She has been awarded several times Nigar Award for best actress, basr supporting actress and best director for her films. She is considered to be one of the best film actresses and now film directors of Pakistan.

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Saturday, February 16, 2013

Bushra Rehman

Bushra Rehman is a writer , Politician ,columnist and author . She was born in August 28, 1946  at Bahawalpur. She is Member of National Assembly of Pakistan Muslim league on reserved seats for women .
She is author of many Novels .She is very popular writer in young generation of Pakistan.She is author of around 25 collections of short stories, novels, travelogues, and as newspaper columnist.

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Friday, February 8, 2013

Zia Mohyeddin

Zia Mohyeddin was born in Lyallpur (now Faisalabad) into a family of scholars and aesthetes. He took off for Australia after his degree in philosphy from where his fame started. He went on to the famed Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1953 and soon began a successful career on the boards.
Mr Mohyeddin starred in Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and made his West End debut playing Dr Aziz in EM Forster’s Passage to India. Mr Mohyeddin was a smash on Broadway, too. Stints on the BBC and ITV followed. At the peak of his career, he decided to move back home.
He returned to Pakistan in the 1960s, hosting the Zia Mohyeddin show on PTV. He set up the PIA Arts and Dance Academy the following decade. The arts academy toured the world and performed at the Madison Square Garden and for Queen Elizabeth II. When Gen Ziaul Haq effectively banned the arts in the 1980s, He once again, left for London.
In February 2005 he was invited by  President Pervez Musharraf  to act as Chairman of the new National Academy of Performing Arts in Karachi.