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Haseena Moin Biography
Haseena Moin (November 20, 1941 – March 26, 2021) was a Pakistani playwright, playwright, and screenwriter. She wrote several plays for theater, radio and television, some of which have even gained international reputations. She received the Pride of Performance award for her services to the performing arts in Pakistan. She wrote the first original Pakistani script that Kiran Kahani aired in the early 1970s. Prior to this, PTV was based on novel-based scripts for dramas. She was considered the best playwright and playwright Pakistan has ever seen. [2. 3. 4]
Some of the more popular dramas he wrote that gained international reputations include Ankahi, Tanhaiyaan, Kiran Kahani, Dhoop Kinaray, Aahat, Uncle Urfi, Shehzori, Kohar, Des Pardes, Pal Do Pal, Aansoo, Kasak, Parchaiyan (1976), and Parosi. Other notable works include Mere Dard ko Jo Zuban Milay, Kaisa Yeh Junoon, Dhundle Raaste, Shayad ke Bahar Aaye, Mohim Joo, Tum Se Mil Kar, Bandish, and Zer Zabar Paish. It seems strange that with such success after even greater success on the television screen, Moin did not branch out into other literary forms such as novels or short stories that are such a popular genre among Urdu fiction writers. 
Haseena was born in Kanpur, the most populous city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, on November 20, 1941. Moin received her early education in her ancestral region and, after independence from Pakistan in 1947, emigrated with his family to Pakistan. . She lived for several years in Rawalpindi, then moved to Lahore and, in the 1950s, settled in Karachi, where she graduated from the Higher School of Government for Women in 1960 and obtained a Master’s degree in History from the University of Karachi in 1963. Her yearning because writing was visible from the time she was in the last years of her education, starting from the seventh standard, in addition to other school activities, she was selected to write a weekly column with the title of BHAI JAN for a local magazine.  
Her fame began to lay the groundwork when she regularly wrote some memorable works for Radio Pakistan Karachi’s all-time popular “Studio Number 9”. Professionally, she devoted herself to education and began teaching. She rose to the level of director. It was in 1969 that Iftikhar Arif, Head of the Script Department at PTV-Karachi Center, called Hasina and offered to write a play for the next EID.
Haseena wrote many successful and famous PTV works such as Shehzori, Zeir Zabr Peish, Uncle Urfi, Ankahi, Tanhaiyaan, Parchaieyen, Bandish, Dhund, Dhoop Kinarey, Aahat, Kasak, Pal Do Pal, and Tere Ajane Se. Her play Gurya, directed by Shirin Khan with cast members Manzoor Qureshi, Uncle Urfi’s Shahla Ahmad Bina, Azra Sherwani and Raju Jamil, won an award at the Global TV Plays Festival in Tokyo for best screenplay and direction. She was the writer of Pakistan’s first color drama, broadcast on PTV called Parchaiyan, which had a huge star cast and was directed by Mohsin Ali. 
She also wrote Pakistan’s first original screenplay, ‘Kiran Kahani’, which aired in the early 1970s. Before this, PTV used to rely on novel-based scripts. Most people at the time weren’t sure about the experiment, but it was Mohsin Ali who encouraged her to write, and eventually when the play aired it was a huge success and is remembered to this day. It starred Roohi Bano at the helm with Manzoor Qureshi, Begum Khursheed Mirza, Qazi Wajid and many more.  
Her drama series Dhoop Kinare aired in 1987 and was famous in both Pakistan and India. Later, a remake of the series was made in India under the name Kuch Toh Log Kahenge and aired between 2011 and 2013. It was rewritten by popular Indian writer Kamlesh Pandey, who stated that by remaking this work he had paid tribute to him. to Hasina Moin.   Even Tanhaiyan was quite popular. These shows are still remembered among the Indian masses.  she wrote a play for India called Tanha, which became very popular during her performance. She also wrote a play for Doordarshan called Kash-m-kash, Arshad Mahmood composed, and Tina Sani sang the title song of the play.
Actors and actresses
Many actors and actresses have appeared in his plays frequently such as Qazi Wajid, Shakeel, Rahat Kazmi, Talat Hussain, Jamshed Ansari, Behroze Sabzwari, Asif Raza Mir, Neelofar Aleem, Roohi Bano, Shehnaz Sheikh (he has only done two plays in his career and both were by Haseena Moin and both were box office hits), Marina Khan, Zeba Bakhtiar, Nadia Khan, Nadia Jamil, Sania Saeed, Badar Khalil (She worked in all of Hasina’s highest grossing plays such as Ankahi, Tanhaiyan, Dhoop Kinare and Parosi), Azra Sherwani, Begum Kursheed Mirza, Ishrat Hashmi, and Khalida Riyasat have repeatedly worked with her on two or more works. One of the most important actresses on radio and television who brought many fiery characters to life such as Ladli Begum in Zer-Zabar-Pesh and Mali Khala in Shehzori was Arsh-e-Munir. No one talks about it, but it is worth paying tribute to, as artists such as Begum Khusheed Mirza and Arsh-e-Munir brought the culture and in particular the delivery of old Urdu proverbs and idioms (kahawatain; Mahaware) through of dialogue in such a beautiful way. that people got an exact idea of what old women were like at the beginning of the 20th century. The mention of child stars is also very important.
Her drama series Saare Mausam Apne Hain aired on Geo TV in late 2012. The drama was directed by Ali Rizvi.  Also Meri Behan Maya, another work by Moin began airing from September 17, 2012 to January 11, 2013 on Geo TV. It was directed by Azfer Ali. The audience appreciated the story and the love shown between the sisters was immensely appreciated. Annie Jafry was also appreciated for her portrayal of Maya. 
In 2012, a sequel was made to one of his most famous dramas, Tanhaiyaan, which aired in 1985. A sequel, Tanhaiyan Naye Silsilay, which aired from October 20, 2012 to January 19, 2013 on PTV and ARY Digital simultaneously. Moin wrote the first 7 episodes and had to go abroad, so he allowed Mohammad Ahmed to write the rest of the episodes, and he would write the last episode when he returned, but, when he returned, the entire series was written and many changes were made. to the episodes he had written. She was very disappointed, so she asked the producers to remove her name from the series, but due to copyright issues, her name could not be removed. But she has said that she had nothing to do with Naye Silsilay and that she was very disappointed by the outcome . 
A series titled Anjaane Nagar began airing on TV ONE in May 2013. It was a period play set in 1939 and shot in beautiful locations in the Murree and northern areas. It was directed by veteran director Khawaja Najam ul Hassan. It received critical acclaim upon its release .
An Eid telefilm titled Ooper Gori Ka Makaan aired on Express Entertainment in 2013. The telefilm was a romantic comedy and was directed by Yasir Nawaz. The cast included Neelam Munir and Junaid Khan in the lead roles.
His series Mohabbat Ho Gai Tumse, a story of four friends broadcast on TV ONE in August 2015. It was directed by channel president Seema Taher Khan and starred Adnan Siddiqui, Deeba Naz, Zhalay Sarhadi, Azfer Rehman and Hira Tareen in the main roles.
Moin during an interview
With the growing popularity of Imran Khan’s political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf, many famous people including Haseena Moin had joined this political party.  
In 2008, she was seen actively participating in a campaign created by Geo TV to promote education and well-being in Pakistan.
Haseena Moin was also seen backing Pakistan Tehreek and Insaaf during the 2013 elections alongside Hina Khawaja Bayat, Humayun Saeed, Ayesha Omer, Rubina Ashraf and others.
She also participated partially in conducting interviews with different personalities on some occasions.
Cause of Death?
Haseena Moin died on March 26, 2021 at the age of 79 in Karachi.
Moin had been battling cancer for the past several years, however the immediate cause of her death has not been revealed. Funeral prayers for her will take place on Friday in the North Nazimabad area of Karachi.