Sajal Aly’s Career

Sajal Aly is undoubtedly one of Pakistan’s most prominent young stars. Sajal Aly, a stunning and gifted starlet, is a self-made star who started from the ground up to acquire her current level of fame. Sajal Aly made her debut as a teenager in Humayun Saeed’s film Mehmoodabad Ki Malkayein. She has since established herself as a global artist, having worked on films in India and London as well as Pakistan. She has received numerous accolades, including the Tamgha e Imtiaz from the Government of Pakistan. Sajal has been in various dramas throughout her career, some of which have achieved cult status. Let’s take a look at Sajal Aly’s top eight drama roles.

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Nanhi, which aired on Geo in 2013, is a powerful story about child trafficking and sexual assault. Sajal Aly plays the titular role of Nanhi, and she brings the character to life. Nanhi is written by Mona Haseeb and directed by Haseeb Hassan. The drama also starred Asma Abbas, Javed Sheikh, Shahood Alvi, Anoushey Abbasi, and Shahroz Sabzwari. Sajal Aly is portrayed as a child-like girl who has many challenges and tragedies in her short life.

Nanhi Drama

Sajal nailed her depiction of Nanhi and was nominated for Best Actress in the Lux Style Awards that year.

Chup Raho

Chup Raho was a drama that became the buzz of the town when it premiered. Chup Raho, starring Sajal Aly, Syed Jibran, Arjumand Rahim, and Feroze Khan, not only solidified Sajal Aly’s status as a bankable star but also revitalized Syed Jibran’s career, which been the decline. The drama was a chart-topper and a taboo subject to discuss on television at the time.

Chup Raho Drama

Sajal Aly portrayed Rameen, a girl who is raped by her own brother-in-law Numair, played by Syed Jibran, and the difficulties she suffers as her own parents encourage her to remain silent in order to save their other daughter’s married life. Sajal received appreciation for her acting in the drama, which was broadcast on India’s Zindagi channel.

Behadd-The Telefilm

In 2013, Sajal once again impressed everyone with a unique character. She starred in Behadd-The Telefilm as a teenager, with huge personalities like Nadia Jamil and Fawad Khan. The telefilm was a huge success, and fans were longing to see Fawad Khan back on TV. Sajal managed to hold her own against the two superstars.

Behadd-The Telefilm

Behadd, directed by Asim Raza, was a huge success and is currently regarded as one of the best stories ever told in this medium.

O Rangreza

O Rangreza introduced a new on-screen duo to our screens. Sajal Aly collaborated with Bilal Abbas Khan, and Qasim and Sassi achieved immortality. Sassi was free-spirited and would pursue her ambitions to the end of the globe. Sajal Aly literally went under Sassi’s skin and turned O Rangreza into the smash hit it is today.

O Rangreza Drama

O Rangreza solidified Sajal Aly’s reputation as an actress who can carry a drama on her own and does not require a huge star to make the movie successful.

Yaqeen Ka Safar

Yaqeen Ka Safar stars Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir in the main roles. Their chemistry captivated the audience and then evolved into real-life chemistry. Yakeen Ka Safar had a great plot, and Sajal had to depict several stages of Dr Zubia’s life and the feelings she was experiencing. She was smart and inspired people to believe in love and miracles.

Yaqeen Ka Safar

Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir went on to collaborate on two more projects since their chemistry was so strong. Both Ye Dil Mera and Dhoop Ki Deewar won people’s hearts.


Alif is a play that has brought spirituality to the forefront of home discussions. It was a wonderful narrative, and it was told in the perfect way. It wasn’t about simple love triangles or whether the primary couple would end up together or not. It was about love of God and spirituality. With their powerful performances, all of the actors, especially the stars Sajal Aly and Hamza Ali Abbasi, elevated this lovely endeavor to classic status.

Alif Drama

Sajal Aly as Momina Sultan demonstrated to the world that a restrained performance may nevertheless win hearts. She was outstanding, and her character not only entertained but also left an impression on the audience.

Kuch Ankahi

Sajal Aly and Bilal Abbas Khan reprised their roles in O Rangreza in Kuch Ankahi. It was a multi-starrer drama with many tunes, yet Sajal managed to keep the audience’s interest. She played Aliya, a daughter and a tough lady who fights around the world to safeguard her family’s rights. She is a girl who speaks up and knows how to battle misogyny in style.

Kuch Ankahi Drama Series

Kuch Ankahi, a Kashf Foundation production, provided Sajal with the opportunity to speak about daughters’ inheritance rights, and she did it in an entertaining manner.

Zard Patton Ka Bun

Zard Patton Ka Bunn is another Kashf Foundation drama that has begun to show on Hum Television. It addresses many topics in our society in a sophisticated and entertaining manner, and Sajal Aly plays the protagonist character Meenu in the drama. Zard Patton Ka Bunn is set in rural Punjab, and Sajal has deglamourized herself in order to appear to be a genuine member of the community.

Zard Patton Ka Bun Drama

Sajal Aly has pushed the boundaries once more as she takes on Meenu, and this drama will undoubtedly go down in history as a production that altered narratives.

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