Sarah Khan, a Pakistani television actress/model, has made her mark in the entertainment industry since her debut in 2012. Be it her gorgeous looks or her extremely pleasant personality, the 28-year-old has turned into a household name through all of her performances.
Her negative role in Sabaat might have surprised her fans, but Sarah says it taught her an important life lesson.
The actress started her acting career in 2012 with the role of Sharmeen in Badi Aapa and since then we have seen Sarah in many hit Pakistani shows. Almost all of the roles that Sarah portrayed were positive, but it was Sabaat that showed her in a different light.
Recently, we have seen the star in many dramas like Deewar-e-Shab, Mere Humdam, and Band Khirkiyan. Needless to say, Sarah has become an icon in showbiz, she has even received a Hum Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Saba in Mohabbat Aag Si.
Sarah Khan as a villain?
The actress stunned everyone with the negative role of Miraal in Hum TV’s Sabaat. Though her character was villainous, everyone loved her performance!
First, let us take a look at everyone’s reaction:
Sarah was commendable, she was able to portray her “badtameez” demeanor with a very measured performance. Her character speaks with such a low toned voice, and she manages to spit venom without stooping to speaking loudly or using any less civilised language.
— Jasmine (@TheJasmineland) March 31, 2020
— Mixerluv💗💛💙💚💜 (@Mixer57575996) April 12, 2020
Sarah Khan as Miraal is blowing me away so far. She’s so controlled in showing her power! This show is really surprising me with how good it’s so far #sabaat
— Tujhbinnahilagda (@splendeurr) April 5, 2020
— @Abbعs👑 (@Abbasalykhan2) April 12, 2020
I love the way she speaks. She is playing her character really well when it had the tendency to go over the top. Thats precisely the right amount of tone I can tolerate & love to see in TV shows 😅 Message should be given subtly instead of shouting out.
— ✨Misha✨ (@Mishaal_Syed_) April 5, 2020
In an interview on Hum News’ Subah Say Agay, Sarah revealed how the character of Miraal has taught her something important.
Miraal has taught me a very important lesson, that we also tried to convey to the audience, that every person possesses a certain power. Especially in this drama, every character is very powerful- like Miraal, Anaya, Ameer, and Usman.
She further added that seeing each character utilize their strengths and powers in the show was an interesting thing to observe.
Miraal used her powers in a negative way, while Anaya did that in a positive way. So, I’ve learnt how we can use our powers to come to a certain conclusion.
Take a look at the full video here:
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