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|Native name||ماہرہ حفیظ خان|
Māhirah Ḥafīz̤ Ḵẖān|
Foundation Public School|
University of Southern California
|Occupation||Actress, Model , VJ|
|Spouse(s)||Ali Askari (m. 2007–12)|
Mahira Hafeez Khan is a Pakistani television and film actress. She is best known for her role in Humsafar which helped re-establish the popularity of Pakistani-made shows in Pakistan. Khan's notable work includes Neeyat (2011), Humsafar (2011-2012), Shehr-e-Zaat (2012) and Sadqay Tumhare (2014-2015). She has worked with satellite TV channels MTV Pakistan and Aag TV. She also starred in the film Bol. Khan was born in Karachi, Pakistan. She received her primary education from Foundation Public School, Karachi, and went on to Santa Monica Community College in Los Angeles for higher education. 
In 2011, Khan made her film debut with Bol directed by Shoaib Mansoor, where played the role of Ayesha, a feisty tomboy, who keeps getting harassed by her father and marries to a Shia Muslim boy without telling her father. Khan made her television debut with the serial Neeyat directed by Mehreen Jabbar, however it went by relatively unnoticed, afterwards which she played the role of Khirad Ehsan, a middle-class girl who marries with her wealthy cousin despite his mother and best friend being against this arrangement, in the 2011 television blockbuster Humsafar. Her raw portrayal and appeal were greatly appreciated by the audiences as well as the chemistry she shared with co-star Fawad Afzal Khan. Khan states that she is selective with her work and reviews a script closely before deciding to accept, regardless of whether the project is in Pakistan or outside of the country, so that she can spend time with her son.
Khan is married to Ali Askari, who had attended college with her in Los Angeles. The ceremony took place on 13 July 2007.
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|2015||Bin Roye File:Dagger-14-plain.png||Saba Shafiq||To be release soon|
|2015||Ho Mann JahaanFile:Dagger-14-plain.png||Manizeh||To be release soon|
- 2006 MTV's Most Wanted as Host
- 2008 Weekends with Mahira as Host
- 2011 Neeyat as Aalia
- 2011 Humsafar as Khirad Ehsan
- 2012 Shehr-e-Zaat as Falak
- 2013 1st Hum Awards as Host
- 2013 Coke Kahani as Herself
- 2014 TUC The Lighter Side of Life as Host
- 2014 Sadqay Tumhare as Shaanu (Rukhsana)
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