Saba Qamar Biography
Saba Qamar is a well-known and popular Pakistani actress who is currently appearing in a television series. She is also a prominent and commercially successful actress in Pakistan. Saba made a name for herself in the media industry quickly due to her outstanding performance and won numerous awards.
Early Life, Childhood and Education
Saba Qamar was born in Gujranwala, Pakistan, on April 5, 1984. She was born in Hyderabad, Pakistan, into a middle-class Sindhi family where none of the members were interested in the entertainment industry.
She is the first member of her family to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. She was raised by her grandmother.
Saba wanted to be a choreographer even if she didn’t become a movie star. She had a lifelong fascination with the media industry. Her father died when she was only three years old.
Her grandmother, mother, and five siblings later relocated to Gurjanwala, Pakistan.
She received her primary and secondary education in Gujranwala before moving to Lahore to further her education. Her family lives in Karachi.
Saba began her professional career as a supporting character in the television series ‘Main Aurat Hoon.’ In 2010, she played the lead in the television series “Jinnah Kay Naam.”
She delivered an outstanding performance in the political drama and received enthusiastic applause from the audience. The actress then hosted the popular Geo TV show “Hum Sab Umeed Say Hain.”
Saba made her feature film debut in “Aina,” directed by Sarmad Khoosat. In 2015, he starred in the film “Manto,” directed by Sarmad Sultan Khoosat. The well-known Pakistani actress made her Bollywood debut in Saket Chaudhary’s Hindi Medium, opposite Irrfan Khan.
Saba Qamar won eight Lux Style Awards, six Hum Awards, a Nigar Award, two PTV Awards, and other honors.
Qamar has supported charitable organizations for a variety of causes in addition to acting. She is involved in a number of humanitarian causes and is outspoken about issues affecting women and children.
She made a special appearance in Shuja Haider’s music video “Jeevan Daan” in June 2018 to raise awareness about child abuse. The song is socially relevant and addresses issues affecting children and women.
In an interview in August 2018, Qamar stated, “I encourage and urge people to invest in good education because it will shape the future of our children and our society.” On Pakistan’s Independence Day in 2018, the Daily Times named Qamar the “Pride of Pakistan.”
In April 2020, she launched her YouTube channel and released the miniseries Isolation, which is based on the Lockdown situation caused by COVID-19. She also raised her hand to collect COVID relief funds for poor minorities and transgender communities through Ali Zafar’s charity trust, the “Ali Zafar Foundation.”
In January 2018, she dressed up as Rani Padmavati for a photoshoot for Mahid Khawar’s film “Padmavat.” She launched gold bridal couture for designer Nilofer Shahid in May 2018. Rimple and Harpreet Narula’s first Pakistan show on Shaan-E-Pakistan featured her as the show’s star. She walked the runway for designer Uzma Babar’s collection Umsha during Bridal Couture Week on December 10, 2018. Qamar has served as an ambassador for several companies, including Lux Pakistan, Sunsilk, Dalda, Ufone, and Tapal.
Qamar revealed on her YouTube channel about her relationship with a foreign businessman by name Dino with who she was engaged for eight years before splitting up. She described the relationship as abusive.
Saba Qamar was also in a relationship with a well-known Pakistani actor named Hamza Ali Abbasi. Saba Qamar’s Instagram profile recently revealed a tattoo on the back of her neck.
Saba Qamar’s most recent relationship was with Azeem Khan, an Australian businessman and blogger with whom she would have gotten married to. This was before her 37th Birthday Celebration in 2021. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned and they two parted ways.
Her private photos were recently leaked on social media, and she was heavily trolled by his followers as a result. She is not, however, the only Pakistani celebrity who has been trolled for the dresses she prefers to wear.
Mahira Khan, Mehwish Hayat, and Sadaf Kanwal are other Pakistani actresses who have been trolled for their daring outfits.
Saba Qamar Net Worth
Saba has been doing well financially through her movies and many endorsement deals. With these, she has garnered an estimated net worth of $2 million