8 Things You Didn’t Know About Hina Dilpazeer

Hina Dilpazeer Khan is a gorgeous Pakistani actress, she was born in a Pakistani family in Karachi. Hina moved to UAE due to her father employment after a while she returned to Karachi with her family in 2006. In her family, Hina was closest to her father she remembers him as her friend and also praises him for all the good qualities she is recognized for. She is known as an actress, comedian, and host also known for the hysteric comic roles she is widely recognized as one of the best actresses, comedians of Pakistan. She has appeared in a number of television films including PTV drama serial Thora Sa Asman which earned her wide recognition and critical appraisal. The famous Momo we all know Dilpazeer has earned a place in the hearts of her fans with the unique roles she has played.

Hina Dilpazeer

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Hina Dilpazeer

1- Career

Hina made her first professional screen debut in Fasih Bari Khan Telefilm Burns Road ki Neelofar in 2008 as Saeeda.

2- Education

Khan completed her early education in Karachi, Pakistan, and later moved to UAE to pursue a career in radio

3- Steps in Industry

While in the UAE she wrote and performed radio plays upon returning to Pakistan Hina started her career in 2006 in the Pakistani TV industry

4- Theatre Play

Hina loves theatre work very much and has performed in several theatre plays with one being the National Academy of Performing Arts Dil Ka Kya Rang Karoon.

5- International Recognition

Her famous performance in the sitcom Bulbulay as Momo had created a cult following which led her to international acclaim and recognition.

6- Achievements

Hina received the Kara Film festival Award in 2009 for Best Female Actor in a supporting role, nomination in LUX Style Award as best Tv actress.

7- Being Most Versatile

Hina portrayed twelve different comedy characters in Qudusi Sahab ki Bewah, including Shakooran and Rooh Afza that earned her the title of most versatile.

8- Interests

Although Hina being involved in television and theatre, she enjoys poetry, music and adores Roshan begum, Bade Gulam Ali Khan, Master Madan Mohan, and Begum Akhtar.