Monika

Monika

In Asian subcontinent Tamil film is extremely popular to the all classes’ people. There are plenty of beautiful and talented actresses in Tamil film industries. Monika, a brilliant and stunning actress is one of them. She is one of the best-looking as well as passionate actresses in Tamil movie. She was born in 25 August, 1987 in Kerala a state in the south-west region of India. After reverted into Islam she is now a great Muslima.
As a child performing artist in the early life 1990s, she every now and again showed up in maintaining parts, before taking lead parts from the late 2000s on. She is in all likelihood best known for her extraordinary performing arts in the movies “Imsai Arasan 23m Pulikesi”, Azhagi and silandhi. On 30 May 2014, she reverted to Islam and transformed her name to M. G. Rahima, and affirmed that she had stopped acting. After reverted to Islam she said in a press conference, “I didn’t1 revert for the reason of adoration or wealth, I am not rather that individual. I like Islamic philosophy that is the reason I reverted to Islam and I will intimate about my marriage to media once organized by my guardians and I truly thanks to my father for his full backing.
The popular Tamil film performing artist Monika who is known for her extraordinary movies like “Silanthi” and “Azhagi” has reverted to Islam and her changed new name is M G Rahima. There are so many women who appreciated Monika for her great decision. The performer has acted in more than seventy movies as a heroine and child performer.
Monika’s guardians (parents) are Christians. Monika began her media career as a child artist in “Avasara Police 100”. She is furthermore stylish in other South Indian film businesses as like Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.
Monika is the most modern to join the bandwagon of those people who reverted to the religion of peace Islam. In a press conference she declares her big decision. Here is the Monika’s declaration of revert in Islam.

At a glance:
  • Full name               : Monika
  • Country                  : India
  • Date of Birth          : 25 August, 1987
  • Place of Birth         : Kerala, India
  • Age                          : 27
  • Known for              : Tamil actress
  • Fan page                 : not found
  • Official Website     : not found

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Isra Al-Modallal

Isra Al-Modallal

Isra Al-Modallal is one of the Mighty Muslimah of Arab World. She was born in Egypt in the year of 1989. Then again she brought up in Gaza a city of Palestine. Isra al-Modallal is the present and first female spokesperson for Hamas. She went to secondary school in Bradford, England, and moved on from Islamic University of Gaza with preparing in reporting. She functioned as a telecast writer before tolerating the representative part. Her errand was some piece of a Hamas exertion to transform its open picture.
GAZA CITY, 20 November, 2013. By Selim Saheb Ettaba (AFP) – Inside the Gaza government press office, a new confronted young female puts forth her defense in familiar English; outside, glowering bushy authorities bark requests at covered activists.
Wearing a brilliantly shaded cover and grinning extensively, 23-year-old Isra Almodallal concedes with incapacitating genuineness that she still has a ton to learn in her part as ‘Hamas’ first-ever representative for the outside press.
Her employment, she says, is to present “the perspectives of the Palestinian government” — that is, the viewpoint of Hamas, which has ruled the devastated Gaza Strip since removing the powers of moderate Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas six years back. Conceived in Egypt, she passed her childhood in Gaza then moved to England with her family so her father, now a political researcher at Gaza’s Islamic University, could complete his doctorate.
Before assuming the employment as Hamas’ English-dialect mouthpiece, Mudallal filled in as a moderator on a neighborhood TV channel. A dynamic member in informal communities and with one marriage officially behind her, she portrays herself as “pleased to be a separated lady”. A copy oud, or Arabic lute, remains around her work area, among books for the most part in Arabic additionally a duplicate of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.

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Mahtab Keramati

mahtab keramati

Mahtab Keramati is a greatest actress of Iran and Arab world. She was born in Tehran, Iran in 17 October, 1970. Her full name is Mahtab Keramati Sheikholeslami. She achieved an honorary degree in Microbiology from one of the largest private and famous university named “Islamic Azad University”. She was taking acting courses when she was selected for the role of Helen in “The Men of Anjelos”. She originates reputation with this series and went on to appear in films such as “Mummy III” and “Rain man” for which she was nominated for a Fajr International Film Festival Crystal Symorgh. She than appeared in dramas such as “Crimson Soil” and “Saint Mary” and the films “Hell, Purgatory, Heaven”, “Alzheimer’s”, “There Are Things You Don’t Know” and “The Private Life of Mr. And Mrs. M.”.

Mahtab Keramati achieved a Crystal Symorgh for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for “20”. At present she is doing a great responsibility as a Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF in Iran. She considers this as the most important concern as well as spends a huge of time for this duty. Keramati also tried to tie up cinema along with other arts with UNICEF activities.

At a glance:
  • Full name               : Mahtab Keramati Sheikholeslami
  • Country                  : Iran
  • Date of Birth          : 17 October, 1970
  • Place of Birth         : Tehran, Iran
  • Age                          : 44
  • Known for               : Actress, Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF in Iran

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