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Sajal Aly

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Sajal Aly
سجل علی
Born (1994-01-17) 17 January 1994 (age 27)[1][2]
NationalityPakistani
OccupationActress
Spouse(s)
(m. 2020)
RelativesSaboor Aly (sister)

Sajal Aly (Urdu: سجل علی‎; born 17 January 1994[1][2]) is a Pakistani actress noted for playing a variety of characters in a range of serials—from contemporary social to romantic dramas.

Career

Sajal's first appearance on screen was a minor role in one episode of the 2009 Geo TV's comedy drama Nadaaniyaan. She received praise for her breakout role in the 2011 ARY Digital's family drama Mehmoodabad Ki Malkain.[3] Subsequently, she rose to prominence for portraying leading roles in several of the successful television series, including the comedy Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein (2012), the romances Sitamgar (2012), and Meri Ladli (2012), the family comedy Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah (2013), and the drama Gul-e-Rana (2015).[4][5] Her performance in the teen drama Nanhi (2013), the psychological Sannata (2013), the revenge drama Chup Raho (2014) and the spiritual romance Khuda Dekh Raha Hai (2015), earned her widespread recognition as well as the Lux Style Award for Best Actress nominations.[6][7][8] Sajal garnered critical acclaim for portraying a troubled child in the telefilm Behadd (2013), and an aspiring actress in the relationship drama Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay (2016), her first feature film.[9][10][11] Sajal made her Bollywood film debut starring opposite Sridevi in the 2017 Hindi film Mom.[12] Aly also sang the theme song for the series O Rangreza, in which she plays the character Sassi.[13] She portrays the role of Chammi in 2018 period drama Aangan of Hum TV.

Filmography

Key
dagger denotes film / drama that has not released yet

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay Maira Khan Film debut[14]
2017 Mom Arya Hindi film[15][16][17]
TBA What's Love Got to Do With It?[18] Post-production

Television

Year Title Role Network
2009 Nadaaniyaan Sumbul Geo Entertainment
2011 Mehmoodabad Ki Malkain Afreen ARY Digital
2011 Mastana Mahi Suhaai Hum TV
2011 Meray Qatil Meray Dildar Shifa
2011 Meri Ladli Esha ARY Digital
2011 Chandni Chandni Express Entertainment
2011–2012 Ahmed Habib Ki Betiyan Nida Hum TV
2012 Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein Neeli Hum TV
2012–2013 Sitamgar Zoya
2012 Sasural Ke Rang Anokhay Hadiqa Hum TV
2012 Mere Khuwabon Ka Diya Raafia Geo Entertainment
2013 Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah Farzana ARY Digital
2013 Nanhi Nanhi Geo Entertainment
2013 Kahani Aik Raat Ki Recurring character ARY Digital
2013 Kitni Girhain Baqi Hain Hum TV
2013 Gohar-e-Nayab Gohar (Gori) A-Plus TV
2013–2014 Aasmanon Pay Likha Qudsiya Geo Entertainment
2013 Sannata Pari ARY Digital
2014 Qudrat Mehwish
2014 Kahani Raima Aur Manahil Ki Manahil Hum TV
2014–2015 Ladoon Mein Pali Bishma Geo Entertainment
2014–2015 Chup Raho Rameen ARY Digital
2014 Mera Raqeeb Saba A-Plus TV
2014 Chupkay Se Bahar Aa Jaye Saira
2015 Khuda Dekh Raha Hai Zoya
2015–2016 Kis Se Kahoon Hadiqa PTV Home
2015–2016 Tum Mere Kya Ho Hina
2015–2016 Gul-e-Rana Gul-e-Rana Hum TV
2016–2017 Mera Yaar Miladay Mushk ARY Digital
2017 Yaqeen Ka Safar Zubia Hum TV
2017–2018 O Rangreza Sassi
2018 Noor ul Ain Noor ul Ain ARY Digital
2018–2019 Aangan Chammi[19] Hum TV
2019 Alif Momina Sultan[20] Geo Entertainment
2019-2020 Yeh Dil Mera Noor-ul-Ain Zaman/Noor-ul-ain Khan aka Aina Hum TV
2021 Ishq-e-Laa Film has yet to be released TBA Hum TV[21]

Telefilm

Year Title Role Notes
2012 O Meri Billi Neelum Express Entertainment
2012 Sitara Ki Muhabbat Sitara Hum TV
2012 Do Dant Ki Mohabbat Sania
2012 Kya Pyar Ho Gaya Shagufta
2013 Doosra Naam Naureen
2013 Behadd Maha
2013 Yaqeen Hania
2013 Band Baj Gaya Mehwish ARY Digital
2013 Bakht Bari Bakhtbari Hum TV
2013 Well In Time Zunaira
2014 Yaqeen Samama
2014 Gidh Kinza
2014 Yoon Hum Miley Wajeeha
2015 Ishq For Sale Naima

Web series

Year Title Role Platform Notes
2021 Dhoop Ki Deewar Sarah Sher Ali ZEE5

Personal life

Sajal has one sister Saboor Ali, who is also an actress and one brother.[22] In 2017 Sajal's mother, Rahat died of cancer.[23][24] She married Ahad Raza Mir in March 2020.[25]

Awards and nominations

Year Content Award Category Result
2013 Mere Qatil Mere Dildar Hum Awards Hum Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2014 Nanhi Lux Style Awards Best Television Actress - Satellite Nominated[26]
Pakistan Media Awards Best Drama Actress Nominated[27]
2014 Gohar-e-Nayab Pakistan Media Awards Best Drama Actress Nominated[27]
2015 Sannata Lux Style Awards Best Television Actress Nominated[28]
2016 Khuda Dekh Raha Hai Lux Style Awards Best Television Actress Nominated[29]
2017 Gul-e-Rana Hum Awards Best Actress Won[30]
Lux Style Awards Best Television Actress Nominated[31]
2017 Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai Lux Style Awards Best Film Actress Nominated[31]
Galaxy Lollywood Awards Best Actor in a Leading Role Female Nominated[32]
Galaxy Lollywood Awards Best Female Debut Nominated
Nigar Awards Best Actress Nominated[33]
2018 Yaqeen Ka Safar Hum Awards Best Actress Popular Won
Hum Awards Best Onscreen Couple Popular with Ahad Raza Mir Won[34]
Lux Style Awards Best Television Actress Nominated[35]
2018 O Rangreza Lux Style Awards Best Television Actress Nominated[35]
Hum Awards Best Onscreen Couple Popular with Bilal Abbas Khan Won
Hum Awards Best Actor Popular Won[36]

References

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