Saba Qamar said ‘I am very excited to announce my new project,’
Saba Qamar has good news for fans!
Turning to his Instagram on Friday, as Saba announced his new project after a long break, called Serial Killer.
“بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيم I am very happy to announce my new project #Serialkiller
The US serial Killer comes as his second collaboration with the script writer after Maat because its amazing.
Her accolades include four Lux Style Awards, and a Filmfare Award nomination. The Pakistani government honored Tamgha-e-Imtiaz in 2012, and the Pride because of Performance in 2016.
She established himself with his acclaimed play in the social drama Thakan (2012), the thrilling drama Sannata. Also the revenge drama Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi, the love drama Bunty I Love You (all 2013). The family drama Digest Writer (2014). Sangat (2015) crime. And theater-based theater business Mein Sitara and Besharam (both in 2016). Receiving Best Actress awards and nominations for each of them.
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The prospect of her career continued with the well-known historical film Manto (2015). Romantic comedy Lahore Se Aagey (2016), and the educational drama Hindi Medium (2017). Saba Qamar went on to praise Fouzia Azeem and Noor Jehan for the 2017 human history drama Baaghi and Main Manto, and a powerful woman, fighting to try her friend to try to rape and murder in the 2019 court game Cheekh. The first of these won her Lux Style Award because she is Best Television Actress.
Saba appeared in the TV series PTV Home Mein Aurat Hoon (2005). Later in 2007, Saba Qamar appeared in the ATV series Khuda Gawah which was a remake of a 1992 Indian film with the same name, as well as the historical drama Jinnah Ke Naam, which was a PTV Home show starring Tariq Mairaj.
Role of Fatima Jinnah
She has played the role of Fatima Jinnah and the series was in honor of the founder of Pakistan. Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Although the series failed to commercialize, Qamar received the nomination for Best TV Actress (Terrestrial) at the Lux Style Awards. In an earlier interview with The Express Tribune,
Qamar admitted, “For me, acting is able to express the feelings, emotions and expressions of different people and characters”.
In 2010, Saba Qamar appeared in Surraya’s role in Hum TV’s Dastaan television series, produced by Razia Butt’s novel Bano. She appeared to face Ahsan Khan, Saman Baloch and Fawad Khan. The series proved to be her break-in and won the award for Best TV Actress at the Pakistan Media Awards (2010). She won the PTV Awards for Outstanding TV Actress in the Public and Judicial categories at the 16th annual PTV Awards, held on 23 July 2011 for his contribution to Tinkay. Style Awards. This was followed by a supporting role for the PTV Home women’s drama, Bint e Adam. Saba Qamar role in the series was a rich brat who fell in love with a boy from a poor family, and married her against the wishes of her cruel father. Bint in Adam was very popular and commercial, but critics said his role was “limited” in appearance.