Hania Aamir

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Hania Aamir (born 12 February 1997)[1] is a Pakistani actress who appears in Urdu television and films. She began her acting career with the Pakistani comedy film Janaan (2016) and received a Lux Style Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.[2] Aamir rose to prominence with the role of beauty-obsessed unfaithful wife in Titli (2017) and girl next door in Visaal (2018).

Hania Aamir
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Hania Aamir in 2018
Born (1997-02-12) 12 February 1997 (age 25)
Alma materFAST-NUCES
OccupationActress
Years active2015–present

She achieved further success by featuring in the comedy drama Na Maloom Afraad 2 (2017), and the aerial combat-war Parwaaz Hai Junoon (2018), both of which rank among one of highest-grossing Pakistani films and drew praise for her performance in 2019 romantic Anaa.[3][4][5][6][7][8]

CareerEdit

Early work (2015–2018)Edit

Aamir was studying at the Foundation for Advancement of Science and Technology (FAST-NUCES), when she auditioned for the romantic comedy Janaan (2016), a film produced by the debutante filmmaker Imran Kazmi. Upon release, the film received positive reviews and was a commercial success. Her role of a mischievous Pashtun woman was appreciated and receive her nomination in Lux Style Award for Best Supporting Actress.[9][10][11]

Aamir subsequently starred as a beauty-obsessed unfaithful wife in the 2017 romantic drama Titli. The series was the modern adaption of the novel Beauty and the Beast, and aired on Urdu 1. The success of the series proved a breakthrough for her, earning her wide public recognition. Her performance in the Hum TV's romantic drama Phir Wohi Mohabbat (2017), earned her the Best Television Sensation Female at the Hum Awards. That same year, Aamir played a headstrong bride-to-be in the year's highest-grossing release, the heist comedy Na Maloom Afraad 2. The film, a sequel to the 2014 romantic comedy film Na Maloom Afraad, The following year, Aamir featured in the Haseeb Hassan-directed Parwaaz Hai Junoon, an ensemble aerial combat-war drama alongside Hamza Ali Abbasi, Ahad Raza Mir and Kubra Khan. As her previous release, it emerged as a major critical and commercial success and both the films rank among the highest-grossing Pakistani films. Aamir's next portrayal was of a girl next door in the ARY Digital's melodrama Visaal (2018), opposite Zahid Ahmed and Saboor Aly.[6][8][12]

Rise to prominence (2019–present)Edit

She played the free-spirited heiress of a fictional city Shergarh in the romantic-drama Anaa (2019) opposite Shehzad Sheikh. In addition to acting, she along with Sahir Ali Bagga, also sang the title track of the series which has garnered 8 million views on YouTube.[13][14][15][16]

In 2020, she starred in the romantic Ishqiya portraying Romaisa Siddique opposite Feroze Khan. The for which she received a nomination for Best Actress TV in 2nd Pakistan International Screen Awards. The same year she portraying a flirty girl, Sanam in Momina Duraid's Dil Ruba.

In 2021, she was seen portraying Hala Hamza in the family-drama Mere Humsafar opposite Farhan Saeed. The serial garnered immense TRPs and huge popularity not only in Pakistan but also in Bangladesh, India and Nepal.[17][18] In 2022, she was seen portraying Gul Meena opposite Zaviyar Ijaz. The serial received praise from critics due to its script but was faulted for stereotypical portrayals of Pakhtoons. It went off air on 3 July 2022.

Personal lifeEdit

Aamir was rumoured to be in a relationship with singer Asim Azhar,[19] but denied it in a live session with Aima Baig.[20] In June 2021, Hania became the target of trolls after a video of her along with actor Aashir Wajahat sparked controversy.[21]

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Janaan Palwasha Jaan
2017 Na Maloom Afraad 2 Pari
2018 Parwaaz Hay Junoon Sania
Load Wedding Khalil's love interest Special appearance
2019 Superstar Herself Cameo
2022 Parde Mein Rehne Do Nazish [22]

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref
2017 Titli Naila Ahmad
Phir Wohi Mohabbat Alishba Ashar
Mujhay Jeenay Do Saira Naseeb
2018 Visaal Pari [23]
2019 Anaa Daneen Saif Also singer for title song [24]
2020 Ishqiya Romaisa Siddique [25]
Dil Ruba Sanam Jameel [26]
2021 Mere Humsafar Hala Hamza [27]
2022 Sang-e-Mah Gul Meena [28]
2022-present Mujhe Pyar Hua Tha Maheer [29]

TelefilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2018 Band Toh Baje Ga Mariyam Sohail [30]
2019 Pyaar Kahani Masha Rehman
2021 Dil Ke Chor Remail [31]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Work Result Ref
2017 Lux Style Awards Best Supporting Actress Janaan Nominated [32]
2018 Hum Awards Best Television Sensation Female Phir Wohi Mohabbat Won
Hum Style Awards Most Stylish Actress (Film) Won
International Pakistan Prestige Awards Best Actress (Film) Na Maloom Afraad 2 Nominated [33]
2020 PISA Awards Best Television Actress Anaa Nominated [34]
Hum Style Awards Most Stylish Actress (Film) Nominated [35]
2021 ARY People's Choice Awards Favourite TV Actress Ishqiya Nominated
Favourite Actress in a role of Bahu Nominated
Favourite Actress in role of Behen Won
Favourite Actress in role of Bhabhi Nominated
Favourite Jodi with Feroze Khan Nominated
2021 2nd PISA Awards Best TV Actress (Popular) Nominated

ReferencesEdit

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  35. ^ Images Staff (24 January 2020). "The Hum Style Awards 2020 are tomorrow. Here are the nominations". Images. Retrieved 25 January 2020.

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