The first time we saw Iqra Aziz, it was in a play called Deewana where she was paired opposite Shahroz Sabzwari and within a second we fell in love with the pretty young actress who made her debut in 2014 with Hum TV's Kissey Apna Kahein and in Deewana she captivated us with her natural style of acting and strong screen presence. Of course, after that, we became her fan and are quite enjoying seeing her in more plays like the recent Gustakh Ishq and Ghairat to name a few.
With her also all set to appear in a new play called Khamoshi it seems that she has her plate quite full with some great projects which we cant wait to see.
Wanting to have a fun session with her, HIP decided to have a rapid fire round with the star where she candidly replied to these 20 questions.
What is your favourite colour? Iqra Aziz: It has to be black
Are you an only child? Iqra Aziz: No, I have one elder sister
Where did you grow up? Iqra Aziz: I grew up in Karachi
What is the one word which you use the most? Iqra Aziz: Yaar
Favourite cuisine? Iqra Aziz: I love Indian food.
Night owl or a morning person? Iqra Aziz: Definitely a night owl
Favourite Co-Star? Iqra Aziz: My favourite is Noor Hassan.
Three major turn offs? Iqra Aziz: Dirty room, being consumed by a cell phone and lies.
Last book which you read? IA: The Forty Rules Of Love by Elif Shafak.
Favourite song? Iqra Aziz: It is Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison.
Facebook or Instagram? Iqra Aziz: Instagram for me.
Best gift ever received? Iqra Aziz: It was my first laptop given to me by my mother.
Favourite play of your own? Iqra Aziz: Choti Si Zindagi
Your biggest inspiration? Iqra Aziz: My sister.
If you had one super power it would be? Iqra Aziz: It would be the power of healing.
Best day of your life? Iqra Aziz: Almost every day is the best day for me
What is your Ideal day? Iqra Aziz: A day at work
Tea or coffee? Iqra Aziz: Coffee
Hard work or luck? Iqra Aziz: I believe in hard work.
Lastly, what more can we expect to see from Iqra Aziz, the actress? Iqra Aziz: I am still learning a lot, but in the near future I want to do some more intense work which challenges me and that leaves a mark on the audience's mind.
We like girls who welcome challenges. Here's to Iqra Aziz who steals the spotlight wherever she goes.