Saba Hameed

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Saba Hameed
Saba Hamid Pakistani Actress 2011.jpg
Saba Hameed in 2011
Born
Saba Hameed Akhtar

Nationality Pakistan
OccupationActress
Years active1978 - present
Spouse(s)Sayed Parvaiz Shafi (Divorced) Waseem Abbas (m.--present)
ChildrenMeesha Shafi
Faris Shafi
Ali Abbas
RelativesHameed Akhtar (father)
HonoursPride of Performance (2012)
Websitewww.sabahamid.com

Saba Hameed (Urdu: صبا حميد‎) is a Pakistani television actress.

Early life[edit]

Saba was born in Lahore, Pakistan to writer and columnist Hameed Akhtar.[1] She studied at the Lahore College for Women University.[1] Her siblings include three sisters and one brother.

Career[edit]

Saba Hameed started her three-decade-long career as an actor in 1978 on television and also worked in theater from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Saba Hameed was previously married to Syed Pervaiz Shafi, with whom she had two children, daughter, actress and singer Meesha Shafi, and son Faris Shafi.[3][4][2] She is currently married to actor Waseem Abbas with whom she has a step son, actor Ali Abbas.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Movie Role
1988 Teesra Kinara[5]
2007 Mein Ek Din Laut Kay Aaoon Ga Mrs. Haroon
2013 Abhi To Main Jawan Hoon (Remake)
2015 Good Morning Karachi Rafina's mother
Jawani Phir Nahi Ani
2017 Punjab Nahi Jaungi Firdous Khagga

Television[edit]

Year Drama Role Channel
Nashaib Shazia
Patt Jhar Fariha
Angoori Angoori
Gharoor Kalsoom
Girah Rashda
Milay Kuch Yun Tehmina
Socha Na Tha Faryal
Tere Ishq Mein Anaya
Vanee Geo TV
Ranjish
Duniya Dari
Kala Jadoo
1997 Family Front[4] Sumbal PTV
2011 Anokha Ladla Muniro PTV Home
2012 Aks Shahbano Hum TV
Band Khirkyon Kay Peechay TV One
2013 Meri Dulari Bibijan Geo TV
2013 Tanhai Faiz's mother Hum TV
2013 Dil e Muztar Sila's mother
2010-2011 Qaid-e-Tanhai Aliya
2009 Azar Ki Ayegi Baraat Rabia Ahmed Geo Entertainment
2010 Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat Rabia Ahmed
2011 Takkay Ki Ayegi Baraat Rabia Ahmed
2012 Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat Rabia Ahmed
2010-2011 Main Abdul Qadir Hoon Meera Hum TV
2010 Dastaan Surraiya
Neeli Chirria PTV Home
Heera Mann PTV Home
Band Gali PTV Home
Dukhon Ki Chadar PTV Home
Saahil PTV Home
Thori Door Sath Chalo PTV Home
Barish Kay Aansoo PTV Home
Chandpur Ka Chandoo
2011 Mastana Mahi Aleen's mother Hum TV
Manjali
2012 Thakan Sadaf's mother Ary Digital
2012 Ik Tamanna Lahasil Si[4] Ruqaiyya Hum TV
2012-2013 Aik Nayee Cinderella Meher Geo Entertainment
Kaisay Kahoon
Aas
Qarz Rehmat
2013-2014 Pyaray Afzal Ruqaiya Subanullah ARY Digital
2014-2015 Bikhra Mera Naseeb Hina' Mother Geo Entertainment
2014 De Ijazat Jo Tu Sarmad's mother Hum TV
2015 Dilfareb Razia Geo Entertainment
Tumhari Natasha Natasha's mother Hum TV
Guzaarish Batool (Phupo) ARY Digital
Mein Adhuri Zubaida Mansoor
2016 Mann Mayal Minahil's mother Hum TV
Deewana (TV series) Shamma
Dil Lagi[6] Mohid's mother ARY Digital
2017 Khuda Mera Bhi Hai Mah Gull's mother
Muqabil Parisa's mother
Aisi Hai Tanhai[6] Pakeeza's mother
Faisla Maryam's mother
Laal Ishq[6] A-Plus Entertainment
Khan Geo Entertainment
2018 Lashkara ARY Digital
Baba Jani Najeeba Geo Entertainment
Aatish[6] Sheheryar's mother Hum TV
2019 Meray Mohsin Khursheed Begum Geo Entertainment
Bhool Bano ARY Digital
Choti Choti Batain Shaista Hum TV
Kahin Deep Jaley Geo TV

Awards and recognition[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Hameed Akhtar passes away (father of Saba Hameed) | Newspaper". Dawn. 18 October 2011. Retrieved 6 April 2019.
  2. ^ a b Pakistani mother-daughter celebrities who are too good to be ignored Business Recorder (newspaper), Published 21 April 2018, Retrieved 6 April 2019
  3. ^ a b Basharat, Rabia. "Saba Hameed's Talented Family Tree". Reviewit.pk website. Retrieved 6 April 2019.
  4. ^ a b c Coke Studio and 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' changed my life: Meesha Shafi Dawn (newspaper), Published 17 November 2014, Retrieved 6 April 2019
  5. ^ Saba Hameed in 'Teesra Kinara' (1988 film) on bfi.org.uk website Retrieved 6 April 2019
  6. ^ a b c d Filmography of Saba Hameed on IMDb website Retrieved 6 April 2019
  7. ^ "Civil awards: Pride of the nation - The Express Tribune (newspaper)". 15 August 2011. Retrieved 6 April 2019.

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