Ruling the screen with her flawless beauty and charm, Zara Noor Abbas is one of the starlets in the TV industry who knows how to mesmerize her audience with her performances. As compared to the current lot of actresses as well as models in the industry, she comes across like a breath of fresh air who is naturally beautiful with an eastern flair to her persona, which sets her apart from the rest. The actress who has carved her own identity with her debut drama "Khamoshi," where she plays the innocent Arsla with perfection, is now moving ahead with another play and a movie, as being told to HIP.
Starting off with the movie, of course, which is called Parey Hat Luv that stars Mahira Khan and Sheheryar Munawwar as well, we asked Zara if what made her opt for a movie and this is what she shared with us;
"I was really skeptical about signing any film, then Asim Raza offered me this and I discussed it with Asad Siddiqui and he asked me to do what my heart said, hence I signed the film."
Although, not much could be revealed regarding her character for now, Zara was all praises for the director as she further added,
"Asim is also someone I always wanted to work with and he told me that I can discuss anything with him about the film, in fact he has been very very supportive."
Speaking about her debut drama, Khamoshi, we asked her if she ever imagined becoming a hit after her very first appearance in a drama serial, to which she responded,
"I had no clue that it was going to become so big and people were going to support me and give me so much love like this. The drama has been a life-changing experience and it is all because of my amazing cast and director, Ilyas Kashmiri."
Currently, the actress is working on another play called Lamhay for Hum TV. Revealing a bit about what drew her towards this play, she said;
"The director is Amna Nawaz Khan and it is being produced by Momina Duraid production and it was actually the script which drew me towards this play."
Adding to it further, she told us about how the character is being different from Arsla that she has been playing.
"This woman is an opposite of Arsala as she is fierce and outspoken. She does what she feels is right and without anyone's approval. She is smart and believes that if you want to change your life, then you have to get up and take a stand instead of just crying about it," she disclosed to HIP.
With us already liking the sound of her character in Lamhay, the play will also feature Saife Hassan who will essay the role of her elder brother, Mizna Waqas as his wife and a new-comer Adeel Abbas who will play a negative role in the story.
And let us tell you that it's not just Lamhay, Zara Noor Abbas is also going to be a part of another drama being produced by Wajahat Rauf which has us all excited and we can surely tell that it's going to be one rocking year ahead for the shining star!
Stay tuned to HIP as we bring latest updates on the story.