People have been highly anticipating this and so it is, here - finally. 
Hadiqa Kiani Signature Salon. NOW OPEN!


Hadiqa Kiani - Hamid Mir Show

Hadiqa's brief comments on the state of Pakistan in 2012 and the revolution that may soon come on Capital Talk (Hadiqa@1minute). For those of you who have missed out on this. Here is the link:

Hadiqa Kiani L'Oreal Paris Fashion Show, Pakistan

Hadiqa Kiani walked the ramp as the showstopper alongside famous ufone TVC star ADEEL AT THE BRIDAL COUTURE  L’Oréal Paris - Pakistan Fashion show FOR THE DESIGNER SONIA AZHAR.

Hadiqa Kiani Set to Launch Her Salon

After having a successful singing career in Pakistan, famous Pakistani singer Hadiqa Kiani has geared up to launch a beauty salon. The multi-linguist versatile singer of the hit song Buhay Barian,Hadiqa Kiani has also decided to set her own business in world of fashion. She is about to launch her own beauty salon very soon. Reportedly, Hadiqa Kiani is at her full endeavors to launch beauty salon in January 2012. We wish best of luck to Hadiqa Kiani for opening her beauty salon.

Hadiqa in -50 Most Desirable Women Of South Asia

This year, South Asia’s most desirable women’s list came up with three most charming and dashing celebrities of Pakistan. The name of these glamorous models and actresses were Humaima Malick, renowned model, Mehreen Syed and the stylish singer Hadiqa Kiani who won the 8th, 18th and 30th position respectively. As Asia’s most desirable women’s list is always assembled by Asjad Nazir, he made this year’s too by the polling method. The amazing thing about this rating was that beautiful Humaima Malick maintained eighth position by beating Bollywood’s renowned stars Sonam Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut, Jacqueline Fernandez Anushka Sharma, Malika Sherawat, and Lara Dutta. They were the only 3 Pakistanis to make the list. Congratulations to all the ladies!

Hadiqa Kiani (Khi concert) 2011

hadiqa kiani rocked the crowd at a concert held in khi, maritime 2011.

Cynosure - Hadiqa Kiani (2011)

Hadiqa Kiani branding for CYNOSURE (Eid-ul-Azha 2011 collection)

Cynosure choses the versatile Hadiqa Kiani for their Eid ul Azha, winter collection 2011
and celebrated its 20th Anniversary.  
The Photo shoot was done by, Khawar Riaz. 

HADIQA Showstops - BRIDAL Couture Week 2011

Designer: Rabani & Rakha
Bridal Couture Week, 2011, Lahore.
Location: Pearl Continental, Lahore.

Hadiqa Kiani On the show, "Khawar'n'Law"

Hadiqa Kiani appeared on the show, "Khawar n Law (episode3)", 
hosted by the famous Pakistani photographer, Khawar Riaz on A-Plus, Channel. 

For the full episode click the link, below: ♥

Green Scarf Campaign

Global celebrities wear green scarves in solidarity with Afghan women

Published: 6 October 2011

Famous women and men from throughout the world including British actress Helen Mirren and Pakistani singer and songwriter Hadiqa Kiani are backing the new Green Scarves for Solidarity campaign, which calls on world leaders to keep their promises to Afghan women 10 years since the start of military intervention in Afghanistan.

The campaign calls on people around the world to wear a green scarf to show their support for Afghan women. Green scarves are the symbol of the Afghan Women’s Network, a leading women’s organization in Afghanistan, whose members wear green scarves as a show of strength and unity.
Other famous supporters include German-born television presenter Kristiane Backer, Iranian film directors Samira, Hana, Mohsen and Marziyeh Makhmalbaf, Spain’s Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, and Nashwa Al Ruwaini, who has been dubbed the “Oprah of the Middle East.”
The protection of women’s rights was promoted as a positive outcome of the international intervention which began on 7 October 2001, but the campaign says that there are mounting fears that the gains women have made are in danger of slipping away. There are now 2.7 million girls in school and women are back at work. But the number of women in the civil service has dropped from 31 percent in 2006 to 18.5 percent in 2010 and more than 87 percent of Afghan women have experienced some form of violence.
The Green Scarves campaign calls on world leaders to renew their promises to Afghan women at December’s Bonn Conference, which will set the course for Afghanistan beyond the withdrawal of international troops by the end of 2014. The campaign calls on world leaders to pledge that any political settlement with the Taliban and other armed groups will explicitly guarantee women’s rights; to ensure that women play an active role in any peace negotiations, and to renew efforts to improve women’s access to basic services, such as health and education.