Neelam Muneer Khan is a Pakistani actress and model who has appeared in films and television series. Her role as Ulfat in the 2018 television series Dil Mom Ka Diya earned her a nomination for Best Television Actress at the 18th Lux Style Awards. Both his first film, the comedy-thriller Out of Order (2017), and his second, the romantic comedy Wrong Number 2 (2019), were commercially successful.
Neelam Muneer was born in Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, but grew up in Karachi. His father passed away when he was 3 years old. Their single mother raised Patchouli and his three sisters. She entered the modeling industry while still in school and later graduated privately. Shamoon Abbasi initially approached him about filming a television series. Finally, he entered the television industry with the PTV Home broadcast of the drama “Thora Sa Aasmaan” by director Kazim Pasha.
Munir debuted in the television series Thoda Sa Aasaan. She subsequently appeared in Meri Subha Ka Sitara on Geo TV, Qaid-e-Tanhai on Hum TV, Aankh Maccholi, Shehr-e-Dil Ke Darwazey, Jal Pari on Geo TV, Ashk, and Meri Saheli serial Meri Humjoli on Urdu 1. She has also appeared on Meri Behen Maya and Daray Daray Naina on Geo TV.
In 2018, he starred in “Umm-e-Haniya,” a social drama. In the same year, she portrayed Urfat in the hit television series Dil Mom Ka Diya, which became one of the highest-rated dramas in Pakistani television history.
The show earned her a nomination at the 18th Lux Style Awards for Best Television Actress. In 2019–2020, she starred opposite Imran Ashraf in “Kahin Deep Jaley” as Rida, an innocent girl whose jealousy and hatred for her cousin cause her a great deal of trouble.