Samiya Mumtaz in 2010
Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan
|Relatives||Khawar Mumtaz (mother) |
See Mumtazullah Khan family
Mumtaz was born to Khawar and Kamil Khan Mumtaz. Her mother is a prominent women's rights activist, while her father is an architect. She has two brothers.
She first appeared a show in Shahid Nadeem's directed drama serial "Zard Dopehar" (The Yellow Noon) aired on PTV in 1995. She is also notable for her performance in drama serials such as Yariyan and Maaye Ni. She also started off as a theater personality and then moved to television. Mumtaz has worked in drama serials such as Meri Zaat Zara-e-Benishan. Sadqay Tumhare, Ali Ki Ammi and Udaari.
Awards & nominationsEdit
|2015||Dukhtar||14th Lux Style Awards||Best Actress||Won|
|2015||Sadqay Tumhare||Hum Award||Best Actor in a Negative Role||Won|
|Best Actor in an Impactful Character|
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