Hania Aamir - Stealing the Limelight

Pakistani cinema had a staggering stack of five Eid releases with diverse subjects and a dose of full on entertainment that are being appreciated by critics and the audience. Also, our industry is lucky enough to be witnessing many newcomers – oozing with passion and talent – who are a breath of fresh air and add to the diversity of the entertainment and film realm. One such name to have conquered our screens is Hania Aamir. The actress is all over the place currently with her two currently on-air dramas, a multi-starrer project Sang-e-Mah and Mere Humsafar where she is starring opposite Farhan Saeed. Aamir is busy garnering praises for her performances as Gul Meena and Hala. Who would have thought that a girl posting Dubsmash videos on her social media account would end up getting her first ever film Janaan and it was no looking back for the actress since then.

With films like Janaan, Na Maloom Afraad 2 and Parwaaz Hai Junoon on her credit, her latest big screen flick Parde Mein Rehne Do opposite Ali Rehman Khan is a rom-com but has a very sensitive topic and is based on a social stigma.

The makers have tried to highlight the issue with elements of light comedy. We have witnessed the actress getting better with each of her acting project. While sharing what makes her choose a specific script, she revealed to a publication that she agrees to only those characters that make sense to her and the ones she really feel like doing. Recently, on being compared with Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt many a times, Aamir responed, “Alia Bhatt is a megastar. I feel happy when people draw comparisons between us.”

With a solid grasp on her craft, she is an ultimate diva with a flattering fashion sense. Eastern or western, the starlet has mastered the art of attracting attention every time she dons an attire. Seen here, Hania is all decked up in beautiful eastern dresses that elevate her beauty to another level.

• Coordination: Umer Mushtaq
• Hair & Makeup: Qasim Liaquat
• Styling: Hafsa Farooq
• Designer: Naushad Imdad
• Photography: Haseeb Siddique