Hira Mani Age, Biography, Wiki, Family, Career, Dramas, Body Stats, Net Worth, Husband & Son

Hira Mani Age: 32 years

Hira Mani Age, Height, Weight, Family, Siblings, Husband, Son & Net worth

Hira Mani Age & Biography:

Hira Salman, known as Hira Mani, is a talented Pakistani TV actress, host, and previous VJ. She was born on 24 June 1989 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Presently, Hira Mani age is 32 years . She increased basic approval for depicting the role of Gaiti in ARY Digital’s Do Bol (2019). Hira is now playing the main roles of Zara in Mohabbat Na Kariyo, Zaira in Ghalati, and a supporting role of Hania in Mere Paas Tum Ho.

Career Debut:

Hira made her acting career debut alongside her significant other Mani in ARY Digital’s Meri Teri Kahani (2012). The show was inspired by American arrangement Curb Your Enthusiasm. Both showed up as fictionalized variants of themselves. She at that point showed up as Heer in Jab We Wed (2013) and as a role of Hareem in Firaaq (2013). In 2015, she depicted the role of Shagufta in Hum TV’s Preet Na Kariyo Koi inverse Ahsan Khan. She got basic recognition for depicting the genuinely extraordinary characters in the sequential. She later showed up as a visitor in Mr. Shamim (2016) and Kitni Girhain Baaki Hain 2 (2016).

Hira Mani Husband & Sons:

She wedded her talented on-screen actor Salman Saqib Sheik (Mani) in 2008 at 19 years old. They much of the time cooperates in the majority of their undertakings. The couple has two children Muzammil Salman (born in 2009) and Ibrahim Salman (born in 2014).

Hira Mani Net Worth:

Hira Mani’s net worth is estimated to be $1 Million (approx) as of 2021. She is also a famous actress.

Dramas List:

Meri Teri Kahani (2013-14) Jab We Wed (2014) Firaaq (2014)
Chaman Ara (2015) Preet Na Kariyo Koi (2015-2016) Mr. Shamim (2016)
Sun Yaara (2017) Bilqees Urf Bitto (2017) Yaqeen Ka Safar (2017)
Kitni Girhain Baaki Hai (season 2) (2017) Pagli (2017-18) Mera Khuda Jane (2018)
Thays (2018) Dil Mom Ka Diya (2018) Aangan (2018-19)
Bandish (2019) Do Bol (2019) Mohabbat Na Kariyo (2019)
Mere Paas Tum Ho (2019) Ghalati (2019) Kashf (2020) (TBA)

Nominated Awards:

  • Hum Awards
  • Pakistan International Screen Awards