Best Pakistani Female TV Actors : Uzma Gillani

Best Pakistani Female TV Actors : Uzma Gillani

A remarkable actress, a strong woman and a role model for many, Uzma Gillani is truly one of the most celebrated women in Pakistan. During her life she faced many challenges and hardships but despite all of them she managed to maintain her positions as one of the leading actresses in the country.

Due to her tough nature, she has played many roles of autocratic leaders and of women who have displayed a great deal of personal courage. One of these innovative roles of an Afghani refugee woman in 1981’s ‘Panah’ won her Pride of Performance Award.

During her career, she left the acting world to pursue advertising for a successful decade even after which she managed to keep her place as an actress and appeared in many drama after that like ‘Bewaaris’ which was considered her major comeback.

After facing so many hardships like suffering from cancer, she still managed to uphold her excellent career and manage to be a mentor for actresses like Sania Saeed and many more.

Uzma Gillani is a versatile actress. She has an unmatched talent of acting she was born with. She is natural, spontaneous and talented enough to manage any kind of role that she is offered. She is one of the finest TV actors from Pakistan.

MairaS (679 Posts)


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2 Comments

  1. Posted December 25, 2011 at 6:38 am | Permalink

    Uzma Gilani one play drama “Rani Ma ” what is name of this play if you know
    please e mail to us
    Thank you
    Ahmed Shakeel
    Tokyo-Japan

    • SUE
      Posted August 28, 2014 at 10:42 am | Permalink

      NASHAIMAN نشيمن

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