It looks like fans of Mahira Khan are in for a big treat. The superstar is all set to grace the screens once again in an upcoming biopic.
Mahira Khan’s Upcoming TeleFilm
Mahira Khan is going to play the role of Major General Nigar Johar in an upcoming telefilm. Last year, Nigar made history for becoming the first female officer promoted to the rank of lieutenant general. The promotion took place in light of her performances in leadership and administrative roles.
Lt. Gen Nigar is also a recipient of Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (Military) and Fatima Jinnah Gold Medal for her meritorious services in the Army Medical Corps from the Prime Minister.
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‘Aik Hai Nigar’
Aik Hai Nigar will tell the tale of lieutenant-general Nigar Johar. The movie will shed light on the achievements of Nigar alongside tracing her life and career. Bilal Ashraf is also going to play a pivotal role in the film alongside Mahira.
The film is written by Umera Ahmed and directed by Adnan Sarwar.
Mahira Khan’s Post On Instagram
Mahira took to social media to share the ecstatic news with her fans. She is beyond thrilled to play a role in the biopic. She shared the news on Instagram in a heartwarming caption.
“Eik Hai Nigar.
Honoured to be able to play a woman I admire so much. Pakistan Army’s first female Three-star General. ‘Aik Hai Nigar’ traces the life and career of Lieutenant General Nigar Johar.
What a life, what a story… to know her is to know one of the greatest we have amongst us.
Mahira dropped the teaser on 14th August. Take an exclusive first look at the trailer.
The Fraternity Rejoices
The industry stars were excited to hear the news as well. Many stars poured their heartiest congratulations and wishes along the way.
This is indeed the kind of content we need in this time and era to support and promote talent and inspire the upcoming generation.
Nigar Johar was born in Panjpir village in the Swabi district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. She received her early education from the Presentation Convent Girls High School, Rawalpindi, in 1978 and graduated from the Army Medical College in 1985. In a country overflowing with disparity, not just the Lt. general but her story presented by Mahira will serve as inspiration for more girls. It will ensure that girls with aspirations do not compromise their dreams because of society’s expectations but fight the hurdles sent their way.
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