Sanam Saeed is undoubtedly one of Pakistan’s most talented and popular actresses today. Not only is she beautiful but after her standout performances in the immensely popular Zindagi Gulzar Hai and the critically acclaimed Talkhiyan, Sanam has won hearts not only in Pakistan, but also India and in countries across the world wherever Pakistani dramas are watched.
Before these two career defining serials, Sanam had shown her mettle in serials like the stellar Daam, where she played the spoilt Fizza, in Mera Naseeb, where she was the strong and practical Shazia, and in Mata-e Jaan, where her Yamina found the courage to walk out on an abusive husband.
Then came Kashaf and Bibi and there was no doubt left that this girl was a strong actress and she was here to stay. Though Kashaf from Zindagi Gulzar Hai is more well known, for me personally, her Bibi from Talkhiyan remains one of my most favorite characters of Sanam’s till date.
Since then she’s appeared in a number of other serials like Kadoorat, Ek Kasak Reh Gayi, Shukk, and her most recent Firaaq. Unfortunately these serials did not to leave the kind of mark her earlier serials did. Kadoorat and Ek Kasak were disasters from the get go, but Shukk and Firaaq held their own beyond the midway mark and then went completely offtrack.
Notwithstanding the fate of these serials, Sanam’s Sania, from Shukk, and Payman, from Firaaq, were well received and garnered appreciation. Next up for Sanam is Diyar-e Dil, a mega-serial from HUM which has been written and Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Haseeb Hasan and boasts a star-studded lineup.
Alongside these serials, we’ve also seen Sanam try her hand at a double role in the comedy telefilm Kahin Chand Na Sharma Jaye, do a bit of the song and dance routine and play the glamorous vamp in Dil Mera Dhadkan Teri, and put in a guest appearance in the Bilal Khan starrer Tamana ki Tamana.
Other than TV, Sanam’s also done quite a bit of theater, both before TV and recently as well. Her outings in Mama Mia! Carnage, Grease, and Dhaani all have been received with a lot of applause and appreciation. These experiences in theater have gone a long way in helping Sanam become the fine actress we see today.
And where there is TV and theater how can films be far behind? So yes, Sanam has also starred in at least two Pakistani movies that have been publicized so far: Mah-e Meer, with Fahad Mustafa and Iman Ali, and Bachana, with Mohib Mirza.If all this is not enough, then our girl is also a model and has appeared as a backup singer in Coke Studios.
For a lady as popular and as Sanam is, we don’t really hear much from her on public fora and neither is she one of those celebs who are a regular fixture on the am chat show circuit. I am, therefore, thrilled to announce that Sanam has agreed to being interviewed by DRNR readers and her fans. So here we go!
Share your feedback on her work, let her know of your appreciation and poocheye aap apne sawaal takey de saken Sanam un ke jawab!
A few things to keep in mind:
- The last date for posting your questions is Monday, March 16th 2015.
- Post each question as a separate comment.
- Avoid personal comments and refrain from rude questions and abusive language.
- Please do not repeat questions that have already been asked.
- Ask questions that you have not see asked in other interviews – this is your chance to talk directly to your favorite actress, don’t waste it in asking her the same old stuff. Kuch naya, kuch mazedar, kuch hat ke poochye!
Chalein ji, aap log socheye aur likhye apne sawal aur share kijeye apney khayalat Sanam ke baarey mein and I leave you with this lovely OST from Talkhiyan:
Written by SZ~