Here Is Why Saba Qamar Is The Fearless Queen We Need
Pakistani diva Saba Qamar is fearless and unapologetic in her latest video.
While some Pakistani celebrities are looking for ways to spend quality time with their families under lockdown or have started creative classes for their fans, Saba Qamar is churning out content that is got to make us question our ways of living.
The 36-year-old launched her YouTube channel amid lockdown and since then have been uploading episodes that are fun, quirky and unapologetic.
In her latest episode titled ‘The Chay Show’, the Hindi Medium actor takes a satirical approach on all the awkward questions journalists ask female celebrities in the country. But that is not all!
Saba also gets real about her eight-year-long abusive relationship and the one that followed after it, in a monologue that was widely shared on social media after the episode was aired.
This is not the first that the Cheekh actor has been fearless about her choice of words or roles she takes, or perhaps the persona she wants to portray off-screen.
Having spent almost 15 years in the Pakistani entertainment industry, Saba is perhaps the only actor who is not afraid to take on challenges. And as we anxiously wait for new content on her channel, we look at some of the times, the actor proved to be a forced to be reckoned with.
The One Where She Cared Less About The Trolls
Saba posted a picture of her holding a cigarette, even though she does not smoke, from the sets of her upcoming movie Kamli. She knew this would wake up the moral brigade of Pakistan but Saba could care less about the outrage.
The One Where She Wore What She Wanted
In another picture posted on her Instagram, Saba wore a short dress and captioned it “Thora chota ho gaya. Oops.” She once again took on the trolls nonchalantly without even having to indulge with them on a personal level.
The One Where She Played Qandeel Baloch On-Screen
Social media star, Qandeel Baloch was brutally murdered at her home by the hands of her own brother in the name of honor. Saba essayed the role of the young Baloch and her life in the fictional adaptation of her story in the drama serial Baaghi.