Height, Weight & Physical Stats
|Body Measurements||34-26-34 Inches|
|Height||5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m)|
|Weight||54 Kg (119 lbs)|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Dress Size||6 (US)|
Saba Qamar was born as Sabahat Qamar Zaman on April 5, 1984 in Hyderabad, Sindh. She is a Pakistani film and television performing actress. Saba received her initial education from Gujranwala. Afterward, they migrated to Lahore to seek her advance studies. Saba Qamar family is currently located in Karachi.
Saba Qamar made her acting debut with a role in the television sequential Mein Aurat Hoon (2005). In 2007, Saba Qamar showed up in ATV’s drama serial Khuda Gawah which was the remaking of a 1992 Indian film. In 2010, She showed up in a supporting job of Suraya in Hum TV’s pre-segment television series Dastaan, an adjustment of Razia Butt’s epic novel Bano. She was seen alongside Ahsan Khan, Sanam Baloch, and Fawad Khan. The drama series ended up being the leap forward for her and she won the Best TV Actress trophy at the Pakistan Media Awards (2010).
Saba Qamar’s introductory debut movie was Aina (2013) alongside Faysal Qureshi for which Saba was selected for Best Actress at Tarang Housefull Awards. Later she performed as a rockstar Tara in the travel parody Lahore Se Aagey (2016). The film was positioned among the highest-grossing Pakistani movies ever with a gross of Rs21.60 crore.
She made her debut, in Saket Chaudhary’s film Hindi Medium (2017), alongside Irrfan Khan in the Hindi film industry. The film turned into a sleeper hit in India and China with the accumulation of ₹334.36 crore. Later Saba Qamar showed up in Maat where she performed the role of childish, self-fixated Saman alongside Adnan Siddiqui and Aamina Sheikh. The drama serial was critically and commercially hit and became the thirteen highest-rated Pakistani television series and also garnered her Pakistan Media Awards for Best Actress.
Globally, Saba Qamar earned critical acknowledgment for her depiction in the comedy-drama Hindi Medium (2017), which positions among the most elevated-grossing Indian films ever and garnered her the nomination for Filmfare Best Actress Award. Saba Qamar received several awards, including the Lux Style Award, Hum Award, and a Filmfare Award nomination.
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Saba Qamar Education
Qualification: Matriculation from Gujranwala
Saba Qamar Career
Profession: Actress, Television personality, Model, TV Anchor
Known For: Famous for starring in Hindi medium movie
Film Debut: Aina (2013)
TV Show: Mein Aurat Hoon (2005)
Salary: 2.5-3 Lac PKR per episode (Pakistani Rupee)
Net Worth: 10 Crore PKR (Pakistani Rupee)
Saba Qamar Favorites
Favorite Actor: Saif Ali Khan
Favorite Actress: Saima Noor
Favorite Destination: Los Angeles
Favorite Food: Biryani and Kebabs
Favorite Color: White
Favorite Sport: Football
Facts You Never Knew About Saba Qamar
- Saba Qamar is one of Pakistan’s most famous and generously paid actresses.
- When she was only 3 years old she lost her dad. Her mother alongside six kids came to Gujranwala. Saba Qamar’s adolescence was spent in Gujranwala.
- Humaira Ahmed and Bano Qudsia are her most loved Urdu writers.
- Saba attends yoga classes and considers yoga as the shrouded mystery of her wellness and timekeeping.
- Saba Qamar has played the role of Fatima Jinnah and the series was a tribute to the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
- In 2018, she appeared in the short film Moomal Rano. Moomal Rano was critically successful. Moomal Rano was also nominated for Best Film at the 2018 European festival.
- She established herself as a leading actress of the Urdu cinema for portraying the singer Noor Jehan in the acclaimed biographical drama Manto (2015).
- She won her first Hum Awards for the Best TV Actress for her role as Diana in Bunty I Love you, at the 3rd Hum Awards.
- Saba Joined the industry at the age of 19. She joined the industry because of her friend as she was the only person who believed in her talent.
- Saba Qamar has a place with a Syed family.
- Saba won the PTV Awards for the best television actress in both open and jury decision classifications at the sixteenth Annual PTV grants, on 23 July 2011 for her role in Tinkay. Tinkay likewise garnered her a nomination for Best Television Actress at Lux Style Awards.
- She was likewise nominated for her projects Mein Sitara and Lahore Se Aagey in Best Actress classification.