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Titli is a 2002 Indian Bengali-language film by Rituparno Ghosh, starring Konkona Sen Sharma, Aparna Sen and Mithun Chakraborty. The film tells the story of a developing adolescent, played by Konkona, and the sensitivity of a teenager, and also the portrayal of the mother-daughter relationship and quiet understanding within the pair.
Nurul Alam Atique is a Bangladeshi television dramatist, scriptwriter and film-maker. Atique received the Bangladesh National Film Award as the best scriptwriter for the full-length feature film Kirtonkhola. He also received the Meril Prothom Alo Critic Award as the best director and best scriptwriter for his first video film Choturtha Matra.
Dibakar Banerjee is an Indian film director, screenwriter, producer and advertisement-filmmaker known for his work in Hindi films. Banerjee started his career in advertising, being a feature filmmaker, he still continues to be an ad-filmmaker. He also runs his own film production company, Dibakar Banerjee Productions.
Lalit Behl was an Indian actor, director, producer and writer.
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Geo Entertainment HD or Geo Drama is a Pakistani entertainment television channel owned by Geo Television Network was established in May 2002. Its test transmission started on 14 August 2002 on the PAS 10 digital satellite whereas on 1 October 2002 the regular transmission of Geo Entertainment was started.
Titli (transl. Butterfly) is a 2014 Indian neo-noir crime drama film written and directed by Kanu Behl, and co-produced by Dibakar Banerjee Productions and Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films. It features actors Shashank Arora as the title character, Shivani Raghuvanshi, Ranvir Shorey, Amit Sial and Lalit Behl in the lead roles.
Sanam Chauhdry is a Pakistani former actress. She is known for her drama serial Aasmanon Pay Likha (2013). She was nominated at the 3rd Hum Awards in the Best Soap Actress category for her role in Bhool.
Titli is a Pakistani romantic drama serial which aired on Urdu1, it is produced by 7th Sky Entertainment and directed by Ahmed Bhatti. It stars Ali Abbas, Hania Amir and Abid Ali. The story of this drama is based on a true story of a very beautiful lady called Nayla. The serial premiered on 20 January 2017, every Friday on Urdu 1 and ended on 26 June 2017.
Hania Aamir is a Pakistani actress who appears in Urdu television and films. She made her acting debut with a Pakistani comedy film Janaan (2016) for which received a nomination in Lux Style Award for Best Supporting Actress. Aamir rose to prominence with the role of beauty-obsessed unfaithful wife in Titli (2017) and girl next door in Visaal (2018).
Aiman Muneeb is a Pakistani actress who appears in Urdu television. She made her acting debut in 2012 with Hum TV's serial Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein and then appeared on many serials as Supporting role. Khan get recognition after portraying female protagonist Mashal in Khaali Haath and Shafaq in Ghar Titli Ka Par later on she appeared several serials. She was last seen portraying Meeru in Hum TV's Baandi 2018.
Aik Thi Rania is a 2017 Pakistani drama serial directed by Abdullah Badini, produced by 7th Sky Entertainment and written by Madiha Shahid. The drama stars Sumbul Iqbal and Syed Jibran in lead roles, and was first aired 3 November on Geo Entertainment, where it aired every Friday at 8:00 P.M.
Ghar Titli Ka Par is a 2017 Pakistani television series aired on Geo Entertainment on 18 December 2017. It is produced by Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi under 7th Sky Entertainment. The serial stars Sanam Chaudhry, Aiman Khan and Shahzad Shaikh in lead roles.
Mera Khuda Janay is a Pakistani drama serial that premiered on Geo Tv on 2 May 2018. It is written by Samina Ejaz, produced by Asad Qureshi and Abdullah Kadwani and directed by Zeeshan Ahmed. It stars Ali Abbas, Hira Mani and Anum Fayyaz.
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Taqi Ahmed is a Pakistani television and film actor. Mostly known for his work in Urdu serials, Ahmed did his acting course from the National Academy of Performing Arts and then struggled at various platforms for acting break. His debut series was Dekh Magar Pyar Se aired in 2011 on Aaj TV. In 2019, he made his film debut with Tevar opposite Sukaina Khan.