Deeba is a term used for a severe foot ulcer. It is caused by the Deeba virus, which is extremely contagious. Deeba generally shows up on the skin as a blister that oozing with pus and blood and the person suffering from it will normally be in a great deal of pain. The Deeba Pakistani Actress Aasia Shame has been famous for her role as Rawal Tashjani in All the King’s Men, so Deeba has become synonymous with Aasia.
Deeba got its name from Rawal Tashjani, who was an actor in the famous Pakistani television shows, including Camel and Muhurat. He died of a Deeba wound while shooting for a movie. Deeba has since spread throughout the Pakistani film industry, and most leading actors and actresses have their Deeba scars, or can tell someone who knows where to find them. The Deeba wounds are unsightly, but they are necessary to protect the patient’s skin and allow him/her to get a good acting career going again. Deeba in Pakistani cinema is called Rizvi. Rizvi is actually a word that means sword in Punjabi, which explains Rizvi’s connections to the movie industry in Pakistan.
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Deeba is most well-known in Pakistan for its leading film actresses. Some of the best known Deeba actresses in Pakistani cinema include: Sharukh Khan, Sharjaatya Farooq, Shariful Prem, Shazahn Padamsee, Sawara Butt, Mumtaz Mahal, Shazahn Dad, and Karima Khan. Shariful Prem was a leading lady in the late 70s and her Deeba scar is in the lower left corner of her forehead. She played the lead role in the famous movie, Om Shanti Om.
Shariful Prem was a talented actress who went on to play a pivotal role in the TV serials, Aabara. She was also a good actress who had a penchant for dance and was known to take difficult and uncomfortable acting roles. Aabara was one of the very popular television serials that ran on Syeda Karal, one of the largest channels of Pakistan television. Shariful Prem was nominated for the same award in the 1974 Golden Globe Awards as well as the subsequent Academy Awards. Shariful was one of the few Pakistani actresses to win a major award at the hands of the Hollywood elite.
In the TV serials, Aabara, Shariful was often seen as the love interest for her lead actor, Dad. It was a relationship that the audience did not understand or care about. However, Shariful was well aware of the fact that her career would take him only to the level of an actor who makes his bones on TV screens and not into the realm of cinema. Aabara, was a very small part in her filmography.
Deeba became famous in India after her film Deeba, which was remade in Pakistani with an Indian theme and named Deeba Karalee. She played a crucial role in the successful release Deeba Karalee. Indian biographer, Mukesh Bhatt has written that Deeba was actually the final installment of a six part Hindi movie trilogy, begun with Deeba by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and followed up with Apne. Deeba was one of the most popular and best selling cigar dinners actresses in India and throughout the English speaking world.