DetailsShe 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.
Lubna inPakistani Television IndustryIn 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.
EducationBorn 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 BackgroundShe 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.
First Popular PlayOne 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 ShowsSoon 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.
Amazing Character Done by Lubna Aslam
List of Movies
|Actor In Law||Film||2016|
|Maan Mayal||T.v series||2016|
|Sehra Mein Safar||T.v Series||2015|
|Phuphi ka Larka Ya Khala Ka Larka||T.v movie||2011|
|Hawa Rait Aur Aangan||T.v series||2010|
|Meri Zaat Zarae Benishan||T.v series||2009|
|Survival Of a Woman||T.v movie||2007|
Lubna Aslam In movie Bhag Amina BhagWhen 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.
AwardsPakistan Media Awards 2010 (Nominated). Geo Film Awards 2013 (Nominated).
List of TV Dramas
- Bharat Ek Khoj (1988)
- Baa Bahoo Aur Baby(2005-2009) as (season 1)(Anjali Mukhi in season 2) as Leela Thakkar
- Ek Packet Umeed(2008) as Paroma
- Mera Naam Karegi Roshan (2010) as Yashoda (Kuldeep's wife, main antagonist)
- 2025 Jaane Kya Hoga Aage (2015) as Ganga Joshi
- khidki (2016 )
- Rishton Ka Chakravyuh (2017-present) as Madhu Pathak
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