Rozina Qureshi is a Pakistani actress who was born on September 21, 1950, in Karachi. Armaan (1966), Josh (1966), Ehsaan (1967), Ishara (1968), Tum hi ho mehboob mere (1969), Khamosh Nigahen (1971), Basheera (1972), and Daulat aur dunya (1972) are some of her best-known films (1972). In the film Ishara, she earned a Nigar Award for Best Supporting Actress (1968). Rozina Qureshi is the aunt of actor Faysal Quraishi and the mother of model
. Rozina began her acting career as a supporting actor in the 1963 film "Hamein Bhi Jeenay Do." She worked her way up from supporting to main roles in movies. Her debut film as a leading lady was Ishqe Habib (1965), a religious drama.
In films like Josh (1966), Khamosh Nigahein (1971), and Daulat Aur Dunya, she was partnered with love hero
(1972). Critics and audiences alike referred to her as a "glamorous actress." Rozina's film career came to an end in 1985 with the release of Mashriq Maghrab, her final feature after 61 Urdu and 32 Punjabi films. Rozina rose to prominence in the late 1960s after starring alongside Nirala in a 'Lipton' tea jingle for Pakistan television. She was also featured in Lux advertising in the 1960s.
Rozina married Riffat Qureshi, a sound specialist, and converted to Islam as Ayesha Qureshi. Saima Qureshi, her daughter, is an actress and model. Faysal Quraishi, a television actor, and producer, is her nephew. She committed herself to her family after leaving the film industry in 1985. Her spouse died in Karachi on September 21, 1995. Later in life, she became more religious and avoided discussing her profession. In 2020, she went on a pilgrimage with her daughter. She currently resides in Karachi. In the film Ishara, she earned a Nigar Award for the best-supporting actress (1968).