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Reason Hira Mani Never Plays Negative Character?


Hira Mani reveals reason why she never play negative roles

About Hira Mani:

Hira start her career as a video jockey before moving on to hosting. She co-hosted the show Hum 2 Hamara Show on Hum TV with Mani. Which earn her critical recognition. And they both followed it with the Hira Mani Show. Hira made her acting debut along with her husband Mani in ARY Digital’s Meri Teri Kahani (2012). The show was inspired by the American series Curb Your Enthusiasm. Both (Mani and Hira) appeared as fictionalized versions of themselves. She then appeared as Heer in Jab We Wed.

Hira Mani needs seriously no introduction. She is such intelligent and a girl full of talents. Therefore he is a superb actress. Hira Mani has worked in a limited number of dramas. She is very choosy regarding the scripts and almost all of her dramas turned out to be big hits.

Hira Mani made her acting debut with drama serial Firaaq. As a second lead, and became the leading heroine in drama serial Preet Na Kariyo. Hira Mani also appear in Blockbuster Merey Pass Tum Ho. Her drama Do Bol was a massive hit. The Do Bol couple appear in drama serial Ghalti as well which also receive commercial as well as critical acclamation. However she is currently appearing in drama serial Kashf. In which she is playing the character of a girl with super natural ability to see future through her dramas.

Reason Hira Mani Never Plays Negative Character?

Hira married fellow actor Salman Saqib Sheikh (Mani) at the age of 19. Their marriage ceremony took place on 18 April 2008. They frequently work together in most of their projects. The couple have two sons; Muzammil (born in 2009) and Ibrahim (born in 2014).

In an interview Hira Mani reveal reason that she never plays a negative character. Because she can never portray a woman in negative lights.

Let’s watch her interview:

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