Pakistani Actress Saba Qamar Unseen Rare Photos
Most of her childhood was spent in Gujranwala. Actress Saba spent her childhood with her grandmother in Gujranwala. Saba belongs to a rich family so she had easily got her profession with the help of her family support. Saba Qamar’s parents live in Karachi which is famous and big city of Pakistan.
Recently it comes in news that she got married with her cousin who is working as an engineer in PAF. But when Saba heard about this scandal she solved it by saying that she is not married however she is engaged with her cousin. As Pakistani model Saba comes from a good family she does not wants to get involved in any type of scandal or fake news. She said that whenever she gets married she would inform everybody about her marriage ceremony she has no need to conceal it.
At the first-ever Pakistan Film Festival kicked hosted by the United Nations at the United Nations Headquarters in New York in the presence of some of the biggest Pakistani stars, ambassadors accredited to the United Nation, community members, media and movie buffs. Her film Lahore Se Aagey was the main attraction of the event. Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi, who took the initiative to hold the festival, read out a welcome address, saying the films from Pakistan will convey the energy and dynamism that defines today’s Pakistan.
Born in Hyderabad, Qamar moved to Lahore for further education, pursued a career in acting from there itself, and made her debut with a role in the PTV Home drama Main Aurat Hoon (2005). Qamar continued to appear in supporting roles in the following years, but her claim to fame came in 2007, when she played leading roles in two of the hit dramas, Dhoop Mein Andhera Hai and Jinnah Ke Naam.
She later received widespread recognition for her portraying unconventional roles in several of the highest-rated Urdu television series, including the domestic drama Uraan (2010), the historical drama Dastaan (2010), the social drama Main Chand Si (2011), the family dramas Maat (2011) and Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi (2013), the melodrama Thakan (2012), the psychodrama Sannata (2013), the romantic dramas Bunty I Love You (2013) and Digest Writer (2014), the tragic romance Sangat (2015) and the modern drama Besharam (2016), all of which earned her critical acclaim as well as several accolades.
Qamar established herself as a leading actress of Urdu cinema for portraying the singer Noor Jehan in the acclaimed biographical drama Manto (2015) and a rockstar in the travel comedy Lahore Se Aagey (2016), both of which rank among the highest-grossing Pakistani films of all time.