Pakistani television actress, a former video jockey Hina Altaf is not just a pretty face, but also a terrific artist. The 24-year-old actress is best known for her role as Zebo in Udaari, and Zoya in Rabba Mainu Maaf Kareen. Altaf has emerged as a talented and shining star of our drama industry.
The stunning actress tied knots with her friend and co-star Agha Ali in a simple yet elegant wedding ceremony in May of this year during the lockdown. Both the Pakistani actors left everyone in shock after revealing their wedding pictures on social media.
However, there were no rumors about their dating or anything related to their personal lives.
Recently, an old video clip of Altaf from an Eid special show has resurfaced on the Internet. In addition to this, the show has been hosted by Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain.
Aamir Liaquat Hussain is a Pakistani television host and politician who has been a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan since August 2018.
Previously, he was a member of the National Assembly from 2002 to 2007 and served as the Minister of State for Religious Affairs from 2004 to 2007 in the federal cabinet of Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz.
Besides, Altaf, many other celebrities including Aiman Khan, Ayesha Omer, Nimra Khan, Ayeza Khan, and Maria Wasti were also invited as guests to the show.
In the show, the Maryam Kese Jiye actress stunned everyone by showing her hidden talent. In the live show, the adorable Altaf mimicked Dr. Aamir Liaquat in the most hilarious way.
Here is the video of Hina Altaf doing a parody of Dr. Aamir Liaquat!
What a cutie! Did you burst into laughter like us? We bet you did! Well, she sure is talented in many ways but this one was quite unexpected.
Altaf is currently starring in the drama serial Bandhay Aik Door Say, playing the role of Roshni opposite Ahsan Khan and Ushna Shah. We see the actress sharing everything on her Instagram.
From constant Instagram updates of her wedding ceremony to the lockdown activities- the celeb is constantly active on social media interacting with her fans.
Hina Altaf (born 24 October 1992) is a Pakistani television actress, presenter and former video jockey. Altaf briefly hosted MTV’s teen show Girl’s Republic. She is best known for her role as Zebo in Udaari, Eshal in Dil-e-Jaanam, Asma in Aatish,
Zara in Dil-e-Gumshuda and Zoya in Rabba Mainu Maaf Kareen. Currently, she is portryaing a role of Roshni in Geo TV’s Bandhay Aik Dor Say opposite Ahsan Khan and Ushna Shah.
Hina Altaf Personal life:
Hina Altaf was born on the 24th Of October 1992 in the metropolitan city of Karachi.
On 22 May, 2020, Altaf married to her Friend, Co-actor Agha Ali with whom she has worked in Dil-e-Gumshuda (2019).
Hina Altaf Career:
Altaf made her television debut as a VJ. She briefly host teen show Girls Republic on MTV Pakistan. She made her acting debut with a supporting role in the ARY Digital’s melodrama Maryam Kese Jiye in 2015.
She subsequently starred as the titular character in the 2015 romance Ek Thi Misaal, and gained wider recognition for playing a rape victim in the highly successful social drama Udaari (2016), which ranks among the highest-rated Urdu dramas of all time. Altaf has since played leading roles in several television series, including the romantic series Dil-e-Jaanam (2017), Gumrah (2017), Pagli (2017), Aatish (2018) and Dil-e-Gumshuda (2019). Parchayee as Pari.
Altaf briefly appeared in one episode of Angeline Malik’s directorial anthology series Ustani Jee on Hum TV. She was also seen as a simple housewife in Rabba Mainu Maaf Kareen opposite Hammad Farooqui (2020) and as Husna in Geo Entertainment’s Dikhawa (2020). Altaf co-host the fourth season of the musical show Battle of the Bands along with actor Ali Safina in 2019.
She started her own YouTube channel in 2019, where she regularly uploads vlogs and behind the scene videos of her project shoots.In 2019, Altaf was named in the list of Sexiest Asian Woman by Eastern Eye.
Dr Amir Liqat Profession and Early Life:
Dr Amir Liqat was born on 5 July 1971 in Karachi to politician Sheikh Liaquat Hussain and columnist Mahmooda Sultana.
In an interview, Hussain said he received his Bachelor’s of Arts (BA) degree in Islamic Studies in 1995, and Doctor of Philosophy (Phd) in Islamic Studies in 2002 by a now known degree mill, Trinity College and University (based in Spain but incorporated in Dover, Delaware). He has also said that he gained a degree of Master of Arts in Islamic Studies in 2002 from the Trinity College and University.
In 2006, the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan declared the BA degree in Islamic Studies of Hussain obtained from the Trinity College and University as not recognized and fake. In 2003, The Guardian reported this University as a scam where one could buy a degree as cheaply as £150 within 28 days.
The University of Karachi declared his BA degree as fake earlier in 2005. Hussain declared his BA degree to the election commission of Pakistan while filing his nomination forms for 2002 Pakistani general elections.
It was reported that Hussain had purchased his degrees from the Trinity College and University to become eligible for contesting the elections. In 2002, it was made compulsory for contestants of elections for seats in the Provincial and National Assembly of Pakistan to hold at least a bachelor’s degree.
Hussain’s claim to receive an MBBS degree from Liaquat Medical College Jamshoro in 1995 was also falsified based on the fact that if he had a MBBS degree in 1995 he would not need any fake bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees to contest the 2002 general elections.
It was also noted that one cannot pursue two different faculties at a same time since Hussain claim to have both his MBBS degree in 1995 and BA in Islamic Studies from Trinity College in 1995.
In 2012, it was reported that Hussain appeared as candidate for a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Karachi from where he graduated in 2008.
He was later enrolled in Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science & Technology in 2010 from where he received his master’s degree in Islamic studies, but according to officials at Federal Urdu University, Hussain never attended class or appeared in exams.
The officials said that the admission form of Hussain was initially submitted with the photograph of another person and was later replaced with the photograph of Hussain. It was also reported that Hussain not himself appeared in the semester exams.
In 2015, it was reported that Hussain acquired a fake degree from Ashwood University. According to the Federal Investigation Agency, his profile was noted in Axact’s main server. Hussain confessed that he purchased the fake degree from Ashwood University for $1136