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Laila was a famous actress from the 1960s..
Laila - Film heroine - Laila was a famous actress from the 1960s..
Some facts about Laila
Real name Rashk-e-Qamar
First film Waada (Urdu - 1957)
Active career(since 1957)
Life -
Born at Mianwali
Language Punjabi
Profession Acting
Relations M. Naseem (husband), Sweety (daughter), Jana Malik (granddaughter)

She had a very short film period. She started as a supporting actress from film Waada in 1957 and got fame from mega hit song from film Kartar Singh (1959)..

She played supporting roles in films like Chhoomantar (1958) and an another super hit song..

was filmed on her. Her most famous films as first heroine were Saperan (1961), Chodhary, Susral (1962), Choorian and ChaCha Khamkha (1963)..

Laila, real name Rashk-e-Qamar, married famous cinematographer Naseem Popular. She is mother of actress Sweety and grandmother of famous TV artists Jana Malik. She also appeared in few TV plays and is settled in UK.

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