Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Mehreen Raheel

Mehreen Raheel

Mehreen Raheel (Urdu/Punjabi: مہرین راحیل ‬) is a Pakistani model, performing artist, overseeing executive of her family organization R vision and host who shows up in Pakistani movies and serials.

She is best known for depicting the principle leads in Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan, Dastaan, Mastana Mahi, Ashk and Zindagi Gulzar Hai. She influenced her film to make a big appearance in 2011 Jawad Ahmad's Virsa. In 2013, she showed up in Tamanna coordinated by a British executive Steven Dean Moore.

Raheel is the little girl of performing artist and social extremist Seemi Raheel.She learned at Lahore Grammar School and Lahore College of Arts and Sciences then she went to London for a recognition in Dancing, Drama, and Script composing.

Raheel began her profession as a Model when she was 8 years of age. She has showed up in advertisements for ICI, Head and Shoulders, Pantene, Lipton, Telenor, Ufone, PTCL, and Sooper Biscuit.

Raheel began her acting profession with Ajnabee Rastay in which she depicted a minor character. She at that point showed up in Gardish, 3 Bata 3, Kothi No. 156, Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan, Dastaan, Mujhey Hai Hukum-e-Azan, Kabhi Aye Naa Judai, Mastana Mahi, Ashk and Adha Din Aur Puri Raat. She was additionally assigned for Best Actress at the Lux Style Awards for her part in Kabhi Aye Na Judaai.

From 2013 onwards Raheel assumed the part of Madiha in Drama Ashk and in another blockbuster serial Zindagi Gulzar Hai, she played Asmaara, which disclosed on Hum TV.

Raheel influenced her film to make a big appearance in Jawad Ahmad's Virsa inverse Indian performing artist Arya Babbar. Her second movie Tamanna coordinated by a British executive Steven Dean Moore inverse Salman Shahid.

She is at present found in Hum TV serial Halki Si Khalish.Raheel made a trip to India as an Ambassador for the Standard Chartered Fundraising Marathon. She has worked in Thailand with youthful youngsters and in fund-raising to subsidize instruction. She participates in philanthropic exercises in Pakistan.

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