Mahira Khan’s telefilm Aik Hai Nigar has crossed 14 million views on YouTube.
She is a Pakistani actress who has worked in Pakistani dramas and films. She gained recognition for her leading role in the 2017 film Verna. Mahira’s telefilm is about the journey of a girl who aspires to be a singer, and her rise to fame. The film also stars Javed Sheikh and Sarwat Gilani.
Earlier in 2017, Mahira Khan made her screen debut with a leading role in the film Ho Mann Jahaan. She has since appeared in several critically and commercially successful films, including Raees (2017), for which she was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.
Undeniably, Mahira first gained prominence and massive appreciation with her portrayal of Khirad Ihsan in the Hum TV drama serial Humsafar (2011-2012), for which she won the Lux Style Award for Best Actress. She subsequently starred in another popular Hum TV drama serial, Bin Roye (2015-2016). Moreover, she was nominated for the Asian Academy Creative Awards for Best Actress.
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Aik Hai Nigar
Particularly, Aik Hai Nigar traces the life of Nigar Johar. But what sets this short apart is that it demonstrates how she rose above the adversities and hardships of her profession, a factor that extended biopics regularly omit. The said 100-minute short focuses more on how she transformed into a different person through her struggles than in all of her chauvinism.
Aik Hai Nigar is produced by Nina Kashif and it is written by Umera Ahmed. It is a great pleasure to see projects where women tell stories of other women. Critics have praised the film for its strong performances, realistic portrayal of characters, and nuanced depiction of relationships. It has been commercially successful as well, with box office earnings of over Rs. 100 million (US$960,000).
The masterpiece Aik Hai Nigar crossed the 14 Million view mark on You Tube and continues to break records. Aik Hai Nigar is a beautiful and selfless act of praise to the great people who surround us. May we see more such dedicated tributes in the future.