Kiran Naz (Samaa TV Anchor) Wiki, Age, Husband, Children, Family, Biography & More

Kiran Naz is a Pakistani host, anchor, journalist, and a newscaster. She is known for hosting the show “Eid Milun” on the Pakistani news channel ‘Samaa TV.’


Kiran Naz was born on 15 June 1990 (29 years; as in 2018) in Karachi, Pakistan. She did her schooling from Misali Zakaria Higher Secondary School, Dinpur, Punjab, Pakistan and went to pursue her graduation from Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan (SZABIST). After, completing her graduation, she joined showbiz as a journalist.

Physical Appearance

Height: 5’ 6”

Weight: 55 kg

Eye Colour: Hazel Blue

Hair Colour: Dark Brown

Family, Caste & Husband

Kiran belongs to a Muslim Family. Not much is known about her family. Kiran married Sami Rehman, a media person, on 21 February 2015. The couple has a daughter, Ayesha.

kiran Naz with her husband, Sami Rehman

Kiran Naz with her daughter, Ayesha

Kiran Naz with her husband, Sami Rehman, and daughter, Ayesha


Kiran started her career as a newscaster on the Geo Super channel, where she used to read out the sports news. She worked there for a few months and then, left the Geo Super channel to join the CNBC Pakistan. She worked as a journalist at the CNBC Pakistan for some time. Thereafter, she went to Aaj TV and worked there as a news reader. Kiran came into the spotlight while reading the news bulletin for Aaj TV.  In 2012, Kiran joined the Samaa TV Network as a news anchor. She became very popular by hosting the show “Eid Milun” in which she invites celebrities from the film, television, and sports industries as a guest and interviews them.

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  • Her hobbies include listening to music, travelling, and singing.

    Kiran Naz singing

  • Kiran loves to play the guitar.

    Kiran Naz playing the guitar

  • On 11 January 2018, she brought her daughter on-air to protest for the rape and murder of Zainab Ansari, a 7-year-old girl in Pakistan.

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