|Relatives||Zara Noor Abbas (daughter)|
Bushra Ansari (sister)
Sumbul Shahid (sister)
Asma Abbas is a Pakistani actress, producer, singer and host known for her supporting roles in Urdu films and television. She played a role of Bhola's mother in 2018 acclaim serial Ranjha Ranjha Kardi. She hosted celebrity talkshow Awaz Day Kahan Hai on ATV.
Life and career
She is the daughter of writer and journalist Ahmad Bashir and sister of actors Bushra Ansari and Sumbul Shahid Actress Zara Noor Abbas is her daughter In 2018 she recovered from cancer. Some of her notable performance include Dastaan (2010), Gohar-e-Nayab (2013), Nanhi (2013), Laado Mein Pali (2014), Laaj (2016), Koi Chand Rakh (2018), Ranjha Ranjha Kardi (2018), Beti (2018) and Khud Parast (2018). She will also be seen in upcoming period drama Deewar-e-Shab. She has appeared in Speak Your Heart With Samina Peerzada in 2019.
|2018||Maan Jao Na||Neelo||Also playback singer for song "Ishq Bekaar"|
|2018||Teefa In Trouble||Khalida Butt, Butt Sahab's wife|
|2009||Tum Jo Miley||Naila||Ramadan special series|
|2010||Dastaan||Sultana, Rabia's Mother|
|2011||Mujhay Sandal Kardo|
|2011||Tera Pyar Nahi Bhoole|
|2013||Love, Life Aur Lahore|
|2013–2014||Mann Ke Moti||Nasreen, Rahil's Mother|||
|2014||Dhol Bajnay Laga||Laila Begum|
|2014||Ladoon Mein Pali||Bilquees, Laraib's Aunt a.k.a. Badi Ammi|||
|2014||Saari Bhool Hamari Thi|
|2015||Maikey Ko Dedo Sandes|
|2015||Abro||Sakina||Nominated—Hum Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|2015||Tumhari Natasha||Ahmer's mother|
|2016||Dil Lagi||Mishal & Anmol's mother|||
|2017||Larka Karachi Ka Kuri Lahore Di|
|2018–2019||Beti||Shahana Dadi; Hashim's mother|||
|2018–2019||Koi Chand Rakh||Zain's mother|||
|2018–2019||Ranjha Ranjha Kardi||Hamida, Bhola's mother|||
|2018–2019||Khudparast||Bakhtawar, Hannan's mother|||
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