Erum Bashir

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  • Dancer
  • Choreographer
  • Costume maker

Erum Bashir (ارم بشیر) is a Pakistani actress, dancer,[1] choreographer,[2] and costume maker.[3] She has also worked in interdisciplinary arts events.[4][5][6]

Her breakout roles as an actress in television came after starring in the series Teri Meri Jodi (2015) as 'Rooh Afza', and subsequently appearing in Bholi Bano (2017) as 'Noora', both of which aired on Geo Entertainment. This was followed by other television roles in Main Maa Nahi Banna Chahti (2017) as 'Maham' for HUM, Mala Mir (2019) as 'Sidra' for A-Plus and Ishq Bepanah (2022) as 'Saniya' for Express Entertainment.

Bashir has also had roles in the films Sheru (2020), Magar (2021), and Funkaar.

Within theatre, she has starred in shows at the Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi[7][8] and at her alma mater, the National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA).[9][10] At NAPA she starred in shows directed by Zia Mohyeddin,[11] and Michael Miensopust (in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut);[12] in addition to pieces written by Athar Shah Khan Jaidi,[13] and Urdu language adaptations of plays by Henrik Ibsen.[14][15]


  1. "Dance: Lighting - a dance piece by Anna Konjetzky - Goethe-Institut Pakistan". @GI_weltweit. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  2. UserName (2022-05-18). "Erum Bashir – SalamFest". Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  3. "All the world | Encore |". Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  4. McCarry, John (2018-12-03). "Has performance art come out of the fringes and become mainstream?". Herald Magazine. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  5. "Category: Washed upon the shore". Amin Gulgee. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  6. "The radioactive decade". The Friday Times. 2016-03-25. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  7. Alavi, Omair (2017-05-15). "Sab golmaal hai — a powerful comedy play". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  8. Salman, Peerzada (2020-10-06). "Money matters". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  9. "Hang on to your hat". The Express Tribune. 2015-10-07. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  10. "Centerstage: Identity crisis, natak-style". Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  11. "'The Charmed Ring' enchants audiences at Napa". The Express Tribune. 2016-03-28. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  12. Rafi, Haneen (2015-10-29). "The Jungle Book characters come to life at Napa". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  13. "NAPA's laughter festival takes a paranormal turn with 'Wapsi'". The Express Tribune. 2020-01-18. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  14. "NAPA's 'Gurya Ka Ghar' leaves audience spellbound". The Express Tribune. 2016-08-12. Retrieved 2024-03-11.
  15. Rafi, Haneen (2015-11-30). "Ghosts in a contemporary world". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2024-03-11.

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