Zeba Zeba
Pakistani actor
Zeba Zeba
Zeba is a film actress from Pakistan. Her real name is Shaheen, but she adopted the name Zeba. She starred in the 1966 film Arman which was produced by actor and producer Waheed Murad.
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  • 1999
    Age 53
    She had also received two special awards from Nigar Awards award in 1999 and Rashidi gold medal in 2002.
    More Details Hide Details 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1989
  • 1989
    Age 43
    Her last film was Mohabbat ho to Aesi released in 1989 was also with Mohammad Ali.
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    She along with Mohammad Ali also worked in 1989 Hindi movie Clerk written, produced, directed by and starring Manoj Kumar alongside an ensemble cast including Rekha, Anita Raj, Shashi Kapoor, Rajendra Kumar, Ashok Kumar, Prem Chopra and Sonu Walia.
    More Details Hide Details This was her only Hindi film appearance. By the late 1970s, Zeba started to work opposite her husband only. Known as a couple 'Ali-Zeb' in the media, the pair did a number of movies together. Some of their most notable films are:
  • 1972
    Age 26
    One of her most memorable role came in 1972 film Mohabbat which was a critical and commercial success and earned her third Best Actress award from Nigar Awards.
    More Details Hide Details She starred in only one Punjabi film named Mehndi wale hath, whereas she had worked with a total of 45 film directors.
  • 1970
    Age 24
    In 1970, she played a young-to-old role in Shabab Kiranvi's film Insaan aur aadmi.
    More Details Hide Details Her performance was greatly appreciated and she won her second Best Actress award from Nigar Awards.
  • 1966
    Age 20
    Although Zeba had met Mohammad Ali on the set of their debut film Chiragh jalta raha (1962) but their affection for each other was rekindled on the set of film Tum mile pyar mila (1966), and they married while the film was still under production on 29 September 1966. The couple remained married until Ali's death from heart attack on 19 March 2006.
    More Details Hide Details Zeba had a daughter from her first marriage named Samina, after marrying Mohammad Ali, he legally adopted Samina, giving her the name Samina Ali. She received the Nigar Awards three times in her movie career.
    After the introduction of color movies, she first appeared in Najma. Rishtah hey pyar ka was her first film which was shot overseas. Her first release of 1966 was Armaan which was also Pakistan's first Platinum Jubilee Urdu film.
    More Details Hide Details Armaan was produced by Waheed Murad himself and directed by Pervaiz Malik. The movie was released on 18 March 1966. She won her first Best Actress award from Nigar Awards for this film. During the same year, Zeba and Waheed Murad were teamed up in two other movies, i.e., Josh and Jaag utha insaan. From 1965 to 1969 Zeba worked in a number of films. Some of her notable and successful films of that time are Eid Mubarak (1964), Kaneez, Dard-e-Dil, Koh-e-Noor, Josh, Suhagan, Taj Mahal, Anjaan, Mohabbat rang laye gi, Ek Phool ek Pathar and Bahoo Rani.
  • 1964
    Age 18
    Born in 1964.
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    Her next three successive releases in 1964, Aashiana, Baghi Sipahi and Head Constable.
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