Famous Pakistani Female TV Actors : Sania Saeed

Famous Pakistani Female TV Actors : Sania Saeed

Sania Saeed is one of the most popular female artists in Pakistan. She has not only acted in many famous dramas but also has done work in theatre which is where she started off her career at the young age of ten. She worked with her parents with the group named as ‘Dastak Theatre’. As she grew up she realized that acting was her passion and she pursued it further by appearing in TV dramas.

Sania Saeed performed in the well known drama ‘Aahat’ with the Pakistani icon Salman Ahmed and in ‘Talaash’ with the singer Ali Azmat. Other than acting, Sania has also taken part in a lot of volunteer work. She worked with children and women folk and started her own theatre called ‘Katha’ through which children performed in the PACC, the hub of theatre in Karachi. She also worked with special children and they also performed in plays there so ‘Katha’ was a success.

Apart from that, Sania has also hosted some talk shows like ‘Seher Honay Ko Hai’ and ‘Maa’ in which she has raised awareness about women, child labor and domestic violence issues.

By working in so many fields, Sania has proved herself to be a very versatile icon in Pakistan. Her personality is such that she is very interested in diversifying her career, helping people and spreading culture throughout the country. She is truly a remarkable woman.

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