Film Heroine

Waheeda Khan

A Pashto actress
Waheeda Khan - Film Heroine - A Pashto actress
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First film Khalish (Urdu - 1972)
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Waheeda Khan started her film career by acting in Hindko Dramas in Peshawar. Her real name is Sabiha-Tur-Raza, and has other family members associated with the film industry. She played memorable lead roles in Pukhtu movies such as Jawargar, Makhroor, Dehqaan, Alaqa Ghair, and Jwand Ya Marg, during 1970s. She also appeared in Urdu movie BAAZI. During the late 1970s, she started producing and directing movies and has many pukhtu movies to her credit as a director [e.g., Da Wachay Khan, Da Karayai Gorilay, Naavay aw Nakrezay, etc]. Currently she is married to the well known pukhtu film producer Aziz Jehangiri, and lives with him in Dobai, where they arrange musical shows and related programs. (Thanks to Mr. AnwarGul, Kohat, Pakistan)




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