Famous Pakistani Female TV Actors: Bushra Ansari

Famous Pakistani Female TV Actors: Bushra Ansari

Among the talented actresses in Pakistan, Bushra Ansari is one prominent name that cannot be overlooked. Born in the city of Karachi, this brilliant woman decided that she wanted to be on television at the age of nine. With her passion for acting she has made it to the top in the Pakistani drama industry. After completing her high school from Lahore and degree of BA from Rawalpindi she pursued her career as a professional actress at a higher level.

Bushra has acted in numerous television shows out of which many are very popular such as ‘Show Time’, ‘Fifty Fifty’, ‘Show Sha’, ‘Rang Tarang’, ‘Emergency’ and many more. She starred in the drama ‘Dil Hai Chota Sa’ which was the highest rated TV serial of that time. Her versatility as a performer is evident by the roles she plays which include serious roles as well as comedy. She keeps her audience engaged in a show by dedicating herself entirely to the character she is playing. Not only is this lady an amazing actress but she is also a very talented singer and a very cheerful television compeer. With time she has also written a few of her own plays like ‘Neeli Dhoop’ and ‘Kuch Dil Ne Kaha’ which have been appreciated by Pakistanis from all over.

During her career, Bushra has won many awards including the Pride of Performance Award in 1989, a presidential award from Pervaiz Masharraf and she also received a Women’s achievement Award from Benazir Bhutto. Even though she is currently in her fifties she still looks stunning on screen and her career continues to blossom.

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