Lubna Aslam (Artist)

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Lubna Aslam is a popular Pakistani TV actress. She has performed in various different television plays since making her debut in the ending years of the 1990's. Even though she says she had to go through some ups and downs in the beginning, her acting career has now been well and truly established, with distinguished performances in drama serials such as Aross Paross and Barzakh.

Title Description
Name: Lubna Aslam
In Urdu: لبنا اسلم
Famous As: Actress
Nationality: Pakistani
Education: Not Known
Religion: Islam
Profession: Lubna Aslam is a popular Pakistani TV actress. She has performed in various different television plays
Movies: Maalik, Actor In Law, Survival Of a Woman,
Hit Dramas: Meri Zaat Zara e Benishan, Daam, Mann Mayal and many more
First Drama: Meri zaat zara e Benishan
Height: 5 Ft 5 Inch (1.7m)
Awards : None
Date: 3 May 1978
Parents: Not Known
Occupation(s): Actor
Genres: Dramas and Films


She has also acted with all of the big stars of the industry such as Javed Sheikh and Humayun Saeed, with Ishq Gumshuda being an example of her fine acting skills. She is currently working on several different projects with private channels. She can be considered a 'late bloomer' because it took her quite some time to establish herself in the media, but since her performance in Barzakh, Lubna has gone on from strength to strength to establish herself as one of the prime performers. [1] Summary Summary

Lubna inPakistani Television Industry

In light of the stagnation surrounding the Pakistani television industry in recent times, many blame this state quite simply on the lingering effects of the poisonous death instilled at the hands of the Zia regime in the 1980s. The TV serials and films broadcasted today have been criticized for following monotonous and banal storylines, devoid of any impactful themes, and lacking the vital element of creativity that is ever so needed in any commercial production. 

Prestigious Ranks

Showbiz Drama Actress Lubna Aslam

Showbiz Drama Actress Lubna Aslam

In the face of such strong criticism, one finds dedicated actresses such as Lubna Aslam, who still hold Pakistani television in the prestigious ranks that it enjoyed in the 1970s. Having been cast in an array of drama serials and films over the last 15 years, Aslam remains convinced that Pakistani actors and actresses are immensely talented, and have a lot more potential than they are generally credited for. She carries this belief in the countless drama serials, films and advertisements that she has acted in over the years. 



Born in Karachi and having studied at Karachi University, Lubna Aslam spent much of her childhood travelling around Pakistan on account of her father’s post in the army. Lubna is the daughter of the popular script writer Javed Siddiqui. Lubna studied at Mithibai College Mumbai, and pursued theatre at the inter-collegiate level.Lubna excitedly pinpoints her earliest interest in theatre around the same time, when she would enthusiastically take part in school plays. 

Family Background

She is married to Salim Arif, whom she met while working on the tele-serial Discovery of India, the couple have two sons, she took a sabbatical to raise her sons for a while, as of now, they both have passed 12th grade from The Bishop's School, Pune.[2]  Family Background  One of her first popular plays was Anwar Maqsood’s Agar Aur Jeetay Rehtay, whose title was taken from a great poem by Mirza Ghalib. However, it was in 2001 that Aslam began to seriously pursue acting, with a major role in a critically acclaimed PTV drama serial, Dard ke Faslay.

Private Shows

Soon thereafter, an offer for private shows came her way from GEO TV, and Aslam was quick to make her mark in the rising television industry of the time. One of the first serials to achieve this was Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan (2009), based on the novel written by Aslam’s favorite screenwriter, Umera Ahmad. In 2011, Aslam was cast in ARY Digital’s Roag, which confronts the imperative theme of child molestation in Pakistan.

Aslams Serials

Lubna Aslam

Lubna Aslam

none of Aslam’s serials took on a more courageous theme than her personal favorite, Siskiyan (2013).She speaks highly of another critically acclaimed drama, Main Dewani (2014). While she loved working on the project, almost fifteen years since her professional entry into the television industry, Aslam continues to seek meaning in her work, hoping that her willingness to impact the mindsets of the Pakistani population will, one day, do justice to her many years of resilience, passion and hard work. With this same dedication to bringing about change, she embarks on another unique journey to address the issue of terrorism in her upcoming classic political thriller, Maalik (2015) [3] Career Career  

Amazing Character Done by Lubna Aslam

Lubna Aslam In Daam

Lubna Aslam In Daam

Being a mother means unconditional love and support for your child. It means sacrifices alot of them too. A mother’s mistakes could reflect badly on her children. It is a beautiful yet challenging duty which requires a lot of hard work  Amna in Daam (Played by Lubna Aslam): She was a woman left alone by her own brother. She had a husband who did nothing all day but ask for money from her and waste it. Yet, she supported her children. The results were Zaara becoming a doctor, Aasma settled with her husband and her son as a famous director. [4] Amazing Character  

List of Movies

In 'Meri Zaat Zara e Benishan'

In 'Meri Zaat Zara e Benishan'

 Sanam  T.v series  2016
 Actor In Law  Film  2016
 Maalik  Film  2016
 Maan Mayal  T.v series  2016
 Sehra Mein Safar  T.v Series  2015
 Armaan  Film  2013
 Phuphi ka Larka Ya Khala Ka Larka  T.v movie  2011
 Daam  T.v series  2010
 Hawa Rait Aur Aangan  T.v series  2010
 Meri Zaat Zarae Benishan  T.v series  2009
 Survival Of a Woman  T.v movie  2007
  [5] Filmography Filmography  

Lubna Aslam In movie Bhag Amina Bhag

When I had first watched Iqbal (2005) and Chak De (2007), Indian films that had sports people as their protagonists, I really wanted us to come up with such inspirational stories, for I knew that we have a treasure trove of such tales its just that we need the writers and directors to come together and bring it to the screen. Thus Bhag Amina Bhag filled the gap albeit not on the silver screen but in the telefilm format on the small screen. 


Movie 'Bhag Amina Bhag'

Movie 'Bhag Amina Bhag'

The story is inspired by the true story of Naseem Hameed, when she became the fastest woman in South Asia by winning the gold medal for the 100 metre event in South Asian Federation Games in Dhaka, Bangladesh on February 9, 2010. Amina (Aamina Sheikh) is the only daughter of her lower-middle class parents along with three brothers. She goes to a government school but is often late as she is literally running around to finish her errands or running after a bus to give her absent-minded brother Majid his admit card for entrance at the examination centre. Keen on sports, her family discourages her as they want her to be like a regular girl: get married, have kids and basically destroy her life at the altar of sacrifice and servitude. However she has a confidante, a limping orphan kid Haris (an uncharismatic Shehzore Sabzwari, son of the charismatic and highly competent actor Behroze Sabzwari) who encourages her to achieve her goals.  [6] Lubna Aslam  


Pakistan Media Awards 2010 (Nominated). Geo Film Awards 2013 (Nominated).[7]  Awards 

List of TV Dramas

  1. Bharat Ek Khoj (1988)
  2. Baa Bahoo Aur Baby(2005-2009) as (season 1)(Anjali Mukhi in season 2) as Leela Thakkar
  3. Ek Packet Umeed(2008) as Paroma
  4. Mera Naam Karegi Roshan (2010) as Yashoda (Kuldeep's wife, main antagonist)
  5. 2025 Jaane Kya Hoga Aage (2015) as Ganga Joshi
  6. khidki (2016 )
  7. Rishton Ka Chakravyuh (2017-present) as Madhu Pathak

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