Mizna Waqas is a Pakistani actress best known for her supporting parts in a number of acclaimed drama serials. She has also played the pivotal role of Billo in Hum TV series and its sequel, Suno Chanda. She is presently playing the pivotal role of Saad’s sister in Qayamat. She hails from Multan, Pakistan.
The erstwhile capital of Pakistan, Multan is Mizna Waqas’s homeland. She enjoys a strong following among the Urdu lovers in Pakistan and even abroad. She can be seen on television shows portraying traditional, intelligent and cultured women of Multan. She is also featured in various leading and supporting roles in TV serials and films in Pakistan. It is due to her impressive resume that Urdu movies industry has chosen her for the lead and supporting roles.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
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|Waist Size||30 Inches|
|Hips Size||36 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||36-30-36 inches|
The late Hamzah Saleh Sawmelsi was one of the most talented actresses of Pakistan who portrayed a strong and intelligent character in more than twenty-five serial plays and films. Her career spanned over two decades. She played a lead role in a number of successful play serials and won critical acclaim for such efforts. She was popularly known as Moira in Urdu movie serials. Mizna Waqas could also be recognized for her popular supporting role in the film No Ordinary Family, alongside Benazir Bhutto.
Mizna was born to Pakistani parents who migrated to Dubai. She joined the theatre scene at an early age and after becoming known through her performances in local plays and cinema eventually moved to Hollywood to study acting before being selected for the famous Broadway plays. She had small roles in a number of films and TV serials before she landed the lead role in a popular drama serial called Chanda. It was this role that helped her achieve success in Hollywood and she was soon nominated for the best actress award at the Academy Awards.
After enjoying substantial success in her acting career in Hollywood and throughout Pakistan, Mizna decided to move back to her home country to take up political office. She contested and won the seat of the provincial governor in Karachi and later became the first woman governor of the province in almost thirty years. This was an achievement that all Pakistani women should be proud of and she did not allow the loss of her political career to dim her ambitions.
Mizna Waqas biography ends with a mention of her two children, daughter Nazia and son Limhair. She is married to a man from Dubai and has four children. Her firstborn son is being taught the art of photography by his father and she is very fond of dogs. She lives in a comfortable house in suburban Karachi and works as a television actress. As soon as her television stints in Pakistan are over, she plans to continue with her political career in order to help other women in Pakistan who are fighting for their rights.