Sitora Farmonova (Uzbek: Sitora Farmonova, Ситора Фармонова; Russian: Ситора Фарманова) is an Uzbek film actress, singer, and comedian. She rose to prominence within the Uzbek film industry with her roles in several Uzbek comedy films, such as Xavfli burilish (A Dangerous Turn) (2004), Mening akam boʻydoq! (My Brother is a Bachelor!) (2011), and Endi dadam boʻydoq? (Now My Father is a Bachelor?) (2013). Farmonova is also known for starring in the 2011 film Baikonur directed by Veit Helmer. She is the first Uzbek actress to star in a movie produced by a German filmmaker.
Farmonova has also launched a successful singing career. She achieved notability in Uzbekistan with her debut single "Bahor-kuz" ("Spring-Fall"). The song received positive reviews from both fans and critics upon its release.
Since 2015 Farmonova has been participating in KVN, a Russian humor TV show and competition, as a member of the Bishkek-based team Азия Микс (Asia MIX). In July 2016, Farmonova faced criticism for "making fun of the Uzbek people" during one of the episodes of the show. This led to the suspension of Farmonova's license by Uzbeknavo, Uzbekistan's government agency that issues licenses to performers.