Saba Zaman Qamar, popularly known as Saba Qamar is riding high on the horse of success. She has appeared in a number of television shows and advertisements that acclaimed her much applaud.
A lot of her fans don’t know this but Saba had a nick for comedy too. She hosted the satire Hum Sab Umeed Say Hain, for the longest time.
Here are the top 5 roles that have played a prominent role in shaping Saba’s career.
1- Jinnah Ke Naam
Qamar bagged the role for PTV’s drama Jinnah Ke Naam. She played the lead role alongside Sami Khan. We can say the role was a boost to her newly started career. She played the role of a politician in the 2010 drama serial.
Qamar starred in the dramatized version of the Urdu novel Bano by Razia Butt. The story of the drama revolved around the struggle for independence and the events that took place during the partition. She played the role of Bano’s sister in law, Suraiya. The Drama serial aired on HUM TV in 2010.
Qamar played the role of the protagonist, Ayesha Aleem who struggles through an abusive marriage. Uraan highlighted the issue of domestic violence and divorce that has endured as a taboo through time.
The drama focused on portraying the strength and courage that every Pakistani woman harvests within her. The drama was written by Umera Ahmed and aired on Geo TV.
Maat was premiered on Hum TV in September 2011. The novel is written by Umera Ahmed and was released as a drama by the same name. The drama revolves around greed an lust. Saba Qamar played the role of a greedy sister named Saman.
5- Digest Writer
Digest writer was aired in 2014. It revolves around the life of a lower-middle-class family’s girl who was passionate about writing. Farida (Saba Qamar) who was a college student became a famous digest writer under the pen name of Rashk-e-Hina. It was the most watched drama in 2014 and 2015, leading to her nomination for Hum Awards.
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