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Noorul Huda Shah (born in Hyderabad, Sindh on 22 July 1951) is a Pakistani dramatist, short story writer, poet and columnist. She was also the Information Minister during the caretaker government in Sindh. Shah writes in both Sindhi and Urdu. She is best known for writing popular TV serials like Jungle, Marvi, Faaslay and Tapish.
Noorul Huda completed her education from Sindh University and then started a career at Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV). Her first play, Jungle, aired on television in 1983. Later, she joined Geo as a soap producer and then became a script writer for Hum TV. She was appointed as CEO of A-Plus television. Afterwards, she started working for Hum Sitaray. In 2017, she joined Bol Network. Shah has written numerous short stories, some of which have been compiled in a collection called Jala Watan. Presently, Shah writes a column for an online news forum called HumSub.
Born in hyderabad sindh to abdul hadi shah and hakim bibi on 22 July 1957 into a sindhi syed family. Was raised and schooled in lahore, punjab.
List of TV dramasEdit
- Asmaan Tak Deewar
- Marvi (Sindhi)
- Ab Mera Intazaar Kar
- Zara Si Aurat
- Ajnabi Raaste
- Thodi Si Mohabbat
- Hawa Ki Beti
- Na Junoon Raha Na Pari Rahi
- Meri Adhuri Moahabat
- Ajayb Ghar
- Ishq Gumshuda
- Badlon Pay Basera
- Aman aur Pichu
- Chand Khatoot Chand Tasveerein
- Adhoora Milan
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