Popular Pakistani actress Saba Qamar recently appeared on APlus’ morning show Good Morning Zindagi. The host, Noor, asked Saba to reject several Bollywood actors such as Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Ranbir Kapoor, Emraan Hashmi & Riteish Deshmukh, in various imaginary scenarios. Saba participated willingly and replied with hilarious and over the top reactions.
See her replies below:
Marry Hrithik Roshan
Nahi! 2 bachon ka baap nahi chaiye muje!
Even if he was unmarried and had no kids, Saba replied that Hrithik was not her ‘cup of tea’ calling for the next picture.
Appear in a film with Emraan Hashmi
Saba asked for a round of clapping for the actor but replied that she does not want mouth cancer.
Ranbir Kapoor asks you out for a date
Saba replied, “Of course darling, I’m ready for you! Anytime!” However, the host asked Saba to reject Ranbir, to which she replied that, “I’ve heard you have an affair with Deepika Padukone, so no.”
Appear in a comedy film with Riteish Deshmukh
Saba replied, “I’m doing some pretty good work in Pakistan and I’m considered an A-class actress here. So I want an A-class actor from India too.”
Appear in an action movie with Salman Khan
Upon seeing Salman’s pictures, Saba exclaimed, “Ya Allah maaf karey! Sallu bhaiya se tou dar lagta hai!”
The host asked Saba to reject Salman Khan as well, to which Saba replied, “He is too flirtatious and cannot follow choreographers! He creates his own style! What is this man!”
Watch the video below:
About Saba Qamar:
Saba Qamar Zaman is a Pakistani film and television actress. Qamar has established a career in the Pakistani entertainment industry and is the recipient of several accolades, including one Hum Award.
She has 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 travelogue comedy Lahore Se Aagey (2016), both of which rank among the highest-grossing Pakistani films of all time.
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