“I’ve given this film my blood, sweat and tears.”
Mahira Khan is adored by masses for her flawless looks, girly sophistication and raw innocence. She is truly considered the undisputed queen of our rising film and drama industry. She is uniquely described as an actress that puts masses glued to screen in the evenings in order to forget about the troubles and tribulations of life.
Mahira stole our hearts as Khirad in Humsafar — a mega blockbuster serial aired in Hum TV in 2011. Humsafar brought her stature and stardom as the record-breaking serial elevated her to the pinnacle of popularity in Pakistan and beyond.
She later starred in Shehr-e-Zaat as Falak — another super hit serial of Hum TV— that brought depth to her persona as an actress.
Charmed by her performances on television, critics and audiences both found a true purpose and meaning for dramatic sagas set in Pakistani culture. The circle came to completion when she enchanted the audiences with her recent performance as a rural beauty Shaano in SadqayTumhare — a magical tale that won more than a dozen awards on Hum Awards 2015.
All her roles have brought her accolades, appreciation and awards to date.
In 2011, Mahira also debuted for the silver screen in Bol, a feature film that told a tale of suppression and rebellion against digressing social norms.
Bin Roye is her second Pakistani feature film that portrays her as the lead protagonist.