Actresses who rule the television screens these days

By: News Desk      Published: 12:53 PM, 6 Jun, 2020
Actresses who rule the television screens these days

Pakistani television’s storytelling canvas has become quite diverse as a result of various themes being painted on it in drama serials.

However, while intriguing plots and ground-breaking narratives attract acclaim for a project, one can’t deny that performances play a key role too.

In Pakistan’s entertainment industry female actresses are making progress with a great pace. Their acting skills are famous not only in the country but across the border as well. The actors have embraced these flaws in their roles, making them relatable and believable.

Below are the actresses who are shining bright on our TV screens these days.

Sarah Khan in ‘Sabaat’

Sarah Khan made her screen debut with a supporting role in the 2012 Hum TV’s television serial Badi Aapa. Her latest project ‘Sabaat’ is a tale of brother-sister rivalry.

Her character Miraal is that of a young, bold and vivacious girl who is narcissist and egocentric and wants to keep everything about life and family under her control, especially her brother.

The audience has wholeheartedly fallen in love with Sarah’s performance and have taken to social media to sing praises of how well the actress has been executing her demanding character.

Hira Mani in ‘Kashf’

Having played a prominent role in massively popular drama serial ‘Mere Paas Tum Ho’, Hira Mani has attracted a lot of the audience with her amazing acting skills.

Hira has played the scarred Kashf with ease; a girl who is blessed with a unique power but to her it is as a curse. She is perplexed and agitated but at the same time unpretentious, humble and composed.

Her acting in drama serial ‘Kashf’ has won the hearts of the audience and has been praised by actors across the border as well.

Hania Aamir in ‘Dil Ruba’

Hania plays the role of ‘Sanam’ in ‘Dil Ruba’ – a young carefree college girl who has a crowd of men following her everywhere she goes, wearing their heart on their sleeves for the spirited temptress.

Sanam is pretty, witty, social media popular (precisely a TikTok starlet) and every man’s dream come true. She knows how to flutter her eyes and she knows how to use her words!

Hania Amir surely deserves a lot of praise for how she brought the character to life with her skillful acting.

Srha Asghar in ‘Pyar Ke Sadqay’

Srha Asghar is garnering a lot of speculations, all in praises, about her role in the serial. She is playing the role of Bilal’s sister who is bold and confident to stand from her rights.

Washma is a well-rounded character, she has a take on Sarwar’s marriage to her mom, his interference in their lives, Abdullah’s shortcomings and Mahjabeen’s role in her brother’s life.

Srha Asghar is doing a good job as Washma, a very likable character, particularly now that viewers know how evil Sarwar truly is – she had it right from the first episode.