Pakistani Showbiz

Hania Amir Became Brand Ambassador Of International Makeup Industry


Who is Hania Amir?

Hania Amir is a Pakistani actress which was born on 11 February 1997 in Rawalpindi, Punjab. She was studying at the Foundation for Advancement of Science and Technology Institution. She made her first film “Janaan” in which she holds the role of mischievous Pashtun. The people love her role in which she gains the award of Lux style for best-supporting actress. The dimple girl is not just famous for her beautiful looks but is also famous for her Talent. After making her first he got fame and won many awards.

She made her acting debut in 2016 with the film Janaan. Hania was also starred in Na Maloom Afraad 2 and played the central character in Parwaz Hai Junoon. She also made cameo appearances in Load Wedding and Superstar. She made her many drama serials such as Ishaqiya, Anaa, Dil Ruba e.t.c. The Drama serial Ishaqiya was got most popular drama in Pakistan and holds the role of “Rumi” in this drama.

Hania Amir showed up in numerous commercials for organizations such as sunsilk and Nestle after her appearance in Janaan in 2016. She is presently working for an upcoming TV drama serial named “Visaal” opposite Zahid Waseem and Saboor Aly in the main driving roles. The show will go on air soon on Ary Digital.

Hania Amir has as well done photoshoots for various brands and fashioners. She has as of late become the brand representative of the worldwide cosmetics line. Maybelline New York. Hania Amir undoubtedly glanced brilliant in all the cosmetics looks she picked being a Maybelline Girl.

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Let’s have a look at the new video advertisement of Maybelline New York:

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