Afghanistan's first female film director Saba Sahar has been shot in the capital Kabul, officials say.
The 44-year-old is currently in hospital but her condition is unknown, reports the BBC.
She was travelling to work on Tuesday when a gunman opened fire on her car. Her bodyguard and driver were also hit and injured.
Sahar is one of the country's most famous actresses and has been outspoken about women's rights and the importance of the film industry.
She trained as a police officer and still works for the interior ministry.
Justice and battling corruption have been central themes in her films and television programmes.
On Tuesday, Amnesty International said there had been a rise in attacks on film actors, political activists and human rights defenders, adding that this was "extremely worrying".