Atiqa Odho (Artist)

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Atiqa Odho is a Pakistani Film and Television Actress, Television Host and the namesake of her own founded cosmetics brand. He works in Pakistani Films and Pakistani Television Serials & Shows. She started her acting career  with the PTV Serial Aaks (1991). Atiqa Odho has acted many Television Serials and Reality Shows. In Addition to Television, Atiqa Odho is also a very popular Name in Pakistani Film Industry. Her first film was Jo Darr Gya Marr Gya (1995). She established herself as a leading & Most popular Actress of Pakistan[1] Summary Summary

Title Description
Personal
Name: Atiqa odho
In Urdu: عتیقہ اوڈھو
Famous As: Actress
Nationality: Pakistani
Residence: Karachi sindh, Pakistan
Education: Not Known
Religion: Islam
Profession: Atiqa odho is an actress and Host
Height: 5 Ft 1 inch
Weight: 53 Kg
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Hair Color: Black
Website: https://www.facebook.com/AtiqaOdho2017
Born
Date: 12 February 1968
Zodiac: Aquarius
Place: karachi, Pakistan
Family
Spouse: Atiqa odhoo got married 3 times, recently her partner's name is Samar Ali khan
Children: From 1st marriage she has 1 daughter and 1 son and from 2nd marriage she has also 1 son and 1 daughter
Parents: Not Known
Career
Occupation(s): Actor, Host
Genres: Dramas and Films
Debut (Long plays): Aaks (1991)
Debut (Television serials): Sitara aur Mehrunisa (1992)
Years Active: 1989- present


Biography

In a morning show

In a morning show

Atiqa Odho is a Pakistani television and film actress. She debuted in Anwar Maqsood's TV series Sitara aur Mehrunissa and later starred in a string of successful films, including Jo Darr Gya Woh Marr Gya, Mummy and Mujhe Chand Chahiye. Odho was born in Karachi, Pakistan on the February 12, 1968. She is married, She started her professional life as a make-up artist and hairstylist in 1989. While working as a make-up artist for various advertising agencies in Karachi, she was discovered by television personality, Anwar Maqsood. She starred in his play, "Sitara Aur Mehrunissa" in 1993; the role turned her into a household name in Pakistan. Odho has since worked in many popular television and film projects and has been actively involved in both media and the cosmetic industry in Pakistan . She lives in the UAE and Pakistan. Currently she is engaged in philanthropic activities. She has been working for Shaukat Khanam Cancer Memorial Hospital, Fatmeed Foundation and nowadays working as a social worker in "Hamara Mulk, Hamaray Log". She is currently CEO of Odho Cosmetics www.odhocosmetics.com, and Odho Productions www.odhoproductions.com. [2] Biography Biography  

List of TV Dramas

In 'Humsafar'

In 'Humsafar'

  1. Sitara Aur Mehrunissa – 1992
  2. Dasht – 1992
  3. Nijat – 1993
  4. Talaash – 1993
  5. Angar Wadi – 1994
  6. Junoon – 2000
  7. Tum Hi To Ho – 1999
  8. Aan – 2001
  9. Kirchiyan – 2002
  10. Chahtain – 2002
  11. Umrao Jaan Ada -2003
  12. Harjai – 2004
  13. Dhool – 2006
  14. Karishmay – 2007
  15. Nasl – 2003
  16. Atiqa O – 2008
  17. Hum Tum – 2010
  18. Saans – 2011
  19. Humsafar – 2011
  20. Band Baje Ga – 2012
  21. Siskiyaan – 2013
  22. Ishq Samandar – 2013
  23. Aarzoo-Jeene Ki To Nahi – 2013
  24. Ghalti Se Mistake Ho Gai – 2013
  25. Dil hi to hai – 2015
  26. Nazo (2015)
  27. Mera kia Qasoor tha (2016)  [3] Drama List  

List of Telefilms

In Telefilm 'Maium'

In Telefilm 'Maium'

  1. Aaks – 1991
  2. Talaash – 1992
  3. Zikar Hay Kayi Saal Ka – 1996
  4. Tu Laak Chalay Re Gorey – 2001
  5. Aab Yaha Koi Nahi Aye Ga – 2002
  6. Baykhabri – 2003
  7. Marium – 2004
  8. Tum Intezar Karna – 2007
  9. Chalo Phir Se Jee Lain – 2008
  10. Abhi to mai jawan hu – 2013
  11. Main hu pyar tera – 2013
  12. Tum na miltay to – 2014 [4] Telefilm Telefilm  

List of Films

In 'Dobara phir sai'

In 'Dobara phir sai'

  1. Jo Darr Gya Woh Marr Gya – 1995
  2. Mummy – 1997
  3. Mujhe Chand Chahiye – 2000
  4. Lahore Se Aagey – 2016
  5. Dobara Phir Se – 2016 [5] Films Films  

Social Work

Her Social work

Her Social work

Since 2016, Atiqa Odho has also been engaged in activities aimed towards helping people. She has been working for Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital, Fatimid Foundation and as a social worker in “Hamara Mulk, Hamaray Log”. She is also the ambassador for the campaign on awareness of breast cancer in Pakistan. [6] Social work  

Marital Life

With her husband

With her husband

Atiqa Odho got married for the first time when she was only 15 years old. The marriage lasted for 6 years. She had her first daughter at the age of 16 and she had her second child, a boy, when she was 19 years old. Atiqa Odho got married for the second time with Javed Akhund when she was in her 20s and had her third child, a son, when she was 29 years old. She also had a daughter from this marriage. This marriage also came to an end after a few years. Atiqa Odho got married to Samar Ali Khan in July 2012. They are happily married. [7] Marital life  

Interview

While talking to media

While talking to media

On June 8, 2012, seasoned actor Atiqa Odho tied the knot with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ( PTI) founding member and architect Samar Ali Khan, at a small gathering in Karachi. Her marriage to Khan has raised speculation about the couple’s respective political leanings, since Odho is known to be aligned with General (retd) Pervez Musharraf’s All Pakistan Muslim League (APML). But in an exclusive interview with The Express Tribune, Odho and Khan talk about their relationship and feelings towards their respective parties. As we sat in a dimly lit room at Odho’s Clifton residence, I realised how beautiful the actor is in person. She entered wearing a copper coloured shalwar kameez; with light makeup and neatly painted nails, she was every bit as dazzling as one can imagine. After a warm, jovial greeting, she sat by her desktop computer and related how it all happened. “This is a love match,” said the actor animatedly. “Love can happen at any age. I am happy to be married again. I love being at home and love having a family.”  This is Odho’s third marriage and she makes no qualms about it, “The third time around, a woman would be nervous,” she said frankly. “But I feel better equipped, older and more mature. I have seen more of life and can remember events as life’s experiences.” Odho is confident about her marriage, and said that she believes in the institution of marriage more now than she ever has before. “One should not blame or base their failed relationships on the notion that marriage is a failed entity. How do we know till we try?” She described Khan as “an easy-going, happy-go-lucky person”, and added with a smile, “I am more of a recluse, he is more socially active!” [8] Interview Interview  

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