Irtiza Rubab (Urdu: ارتضی رباب)  (born 12 May 1977), better known by her stage name Meera (Urdu: میرا), is a Pakistani film actress, television presenter, model and philanthropist. She made her movie debut in 1995, but earned nationwide critical acclaim in 1999 for her lead performance in Khilona (1996–97). For her acting in Khilona she won her first Nigar Award and received significant praise for her work. With the release of Inteha, another critical and commercial success, Meera won the second consecutive Nigar Award for Best Actress of the year for her break-out performance. In 2004, she played a prominent role in Salakhain which lifted her image internationally. In 2005, she acted in a joint Indo-Pakistani film, Nazar with which she debuted in Bollywood.
She is generally known for her controversial statements and acts, and has been widely considered as a ''Controversy Queen.''