Meera Meera is Tamil mega serial that is being aired in >> Read More... is a Pakistani film actress, television presenter and a model. Very few people know that her real name is ‘Irtiza Rubab’ but she is well known for her stage name ‘Meera’. She was born on 12 May 1977 at Sheikhupura, Punjab, Pakistan. She did her all education in Lahore. Before joining the Pakistani films, Meera started her career as a stage actress and a model in a very young age. But later she joined Pakistani films and dramas. The debut movie of this actress came in 1995 but earned nationwide critical acclaim in 1999 when she performed a lead role in the movie “Khilona” (1996-97). Because of her talent in “khilona” movie she won her first ‘Nigar Award’ and her work was praised by the people. She won second consecutive ‘Nigar Award for The Best Actress of the year’ for her performance in Inteha movie, another critical and commercial success. In 2004, a role in “Salakhain” lifted her image internationally. Meera started her career in Bollywood with a joint Indo-Pakistan film “ Nazar It means the evil eye. This is a Hindi Supernatura >> Read More... ”. The kissing scene in this movie became controversial in Pakistan. Nazar was directed by ‘ Soni Razdan She is an actress as well as a film director. She >> Read More... ’. This movie introduced Meera to the Bollywood industry. Her second movie in Bollywood was “ Kasak Kasak is daily soap television show which entertai >> Read More... ” starring Lucky Ali Lucky Ali is a famous Indian singer, who was born >> Read More... . This movie could not succeed on Box Office Box Office is a Tamil entertainment TV serial whic >> Read More... . Her third movie “Paanch Ghantey Mein Paanch Crore” was a average grosser movie at the Box Office. She did lot of work for Urdu and Punjabi films as well such as Kanta (1995), Hawaen(1996), Chief Sahib(1996), Miss Istanbul(1996), Be-Qabu(1996), Sharafat(1997), Fareb(1997), Ehsas(1998), Inteha(1999), Salakhen(2004), Bichhu(2007), Bhadaas(2013), Devdas(2015) and lot more movies.

Mukta Barve

Mukta Barve was decided on becoming an actress since standard 10, and that is what she went on to become, one of the most popular Marathi celebs. Her father worked for a telecom company and mother, a school teacher. She graduated in the subject theater from Savitribai Phule Pune University and had a bachelor’s degree in drama from Lalit Kala Kendra. Marathi TV show Ghadlay Bighadlay was her debut. Her theater debut was Aamhala Vegle Vhayache (2001). Her film debut was in the next year with Marathi movie Chakwa. Her critically appreciated movies are Thang in the year 2006, Maati Maay, Sawar re the next year, Saas Bahu Aur Sensex in 2008, Sumbaran, and Ek Daav Dhobi Pachhad the next year. The 2009 film, Jogwa became a turning point in her career, giving her back-to-back hit films like Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai in 2010, Badam Rani Gulam Chor in 2012, Lagna Pahave Karun and Mangalashthak Once More the next year, Double Seat and the sequel to Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai in 2015. She has her production house, which had produced plays- Chappa Kata (2013) and Lovebirds (2015), and a theater based poetry program, Rang Nava (2014) which displays her poetry and others too. She won and was nominated for an unending list of awards a few of which were for Dehbaan -Alpha Gaurav Awards as the Most Promising Newcomer, Best Actress in a Experimental Play in 2005, an award for Chakwa , Maharashtra State Film Awards as the Most Promising Newcomer , in 2006 Hum To Tere Aashiq Hai as Best Actress in a Commercial Play, Maharashtra Times Sanman Awards, Zee Gaurav Awards , Maharashtra State Film Awards, Sangeet Natak Akademi Awards in 2009.2010 gave her the Marathi International Film and Theatre Awards and 2011 Aaghaat -Best Actress award and many more. She has an unending list of achievements. Such a talent she is.

Mukta Barve Hindi Actress