Saima Noor Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More

Saima Noor Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More

Saima Noor is a Pakistani actress who has appeared in films and television dramas in her native country. She rose to prominence after appearing in the 1998 film Choorian, which is regarded as one of the most successful Pakistani films of all time. Her other notable film credits include the commercial successes Buddha Gujjar (2002), Majajan (2006), and Bhai Log (2011). During the 1990s and early 2000s, she was one of the country's leading film actresses.

Saima's filmography includes the supernatural film Naag aur Nagin (2005) and the biographical film Salute (2016). She has also made a name for herself in the Pakistani television industry, appearing in shows such as Rang Laaga (2015), Yeh Mera Deewanapan Hai (2015), and Babban Khala Ki Betiyann (2018–2019).
She married director Syed Noor in 2005, with whom she has collaborated on several films.

Early years

Saima was born in the Pakistani city of Multan, Punjab. She is from a Pathan family.

a career in film

Nagina Khanum introduced Saima to the film industry, and she made her debut in the 1987 film Griban. She went on to star in her second film, Khatarnaak, directed by Akram Khan. She was mostly paired opposite actor Sultan Rahi in Punjabi films during her early years in the industry, but she was recognized as a leading actress when filmmaker Syed Noor launched her career in Urdu films. Her biggest commercial success came in 1998, when she starred in the musical-romantic film Choorian, which grossed approximately Rs. 200 million and became Pakistan's highest grossing Punjabi-language film, establishing her as a leading actress of Lollywood. She played Tanya, the second lead in the acclaimed revenge thriller film Khilona, alongside Meera and Saud. In the film Jungle Queen, she played the role of a fearless girl who lives in the jungle, swings on vines, rides elephants, and so on. Her husband, Syed Noor, directed it. She played a serpent in the supernatural fantasy film Naag aur Nagin in 2005. In 2011, she starred as Munniya in the action film Bhai Log, which was a moderate box-office success, grossing over Rs. 9.7 million in its first three days.

In 2012, she co-starred with Shaan in the family film Shareeka, which had a solid box-office debut, grossing over Rs. 3 million in its first three days. Saima also appeared in Salute, a biographical drama film based on the life of Aitzaz Hasan.

She appeared in the Punjabi film Tere Bajre Di Rakhi in 2022.


She has appeared in a number of television series, including Rang Laaga, Kaneez, Ye Mera Deewanapan Hai, and Mubarak Ho Beti Hui Hai, in addition to films. In 2018, she was cast in the drama series Lamhay alongside Sarmad Khoosat.

Private life

Despite being romantically linked to Syed Noor, it was never officially revealed whether or not she married him. During a press conference in 2007, Saima publicly stated that she married Syed Noor in July 2005, while they were filming their mutual film Majajan.

Some media outlets and online websites reported in 2018 that Syed Noor had divorced Saima and that the two were living separately. The couple, however, denied these rumors and posted a short video on social media stating that they are happily married and will never divorce.

In the news

During the 1990s and early 2000s, Saima was one of Pakistan's most popular and prominent film actresses. In 2017, The Express Tribune published an article about the lack of new heroines in the revival of Lollywood, and Saima was mentioned as being fortunate for the industry because she is from Southern Punjab. The News International's film critic Omair Alavi praised her acting abilities, writing, "You can see why directors have continued to cast her over the years." In 2010, BBC News dubbed her the "reigning queen of Pakistan's silver screen," noting that she is "now one of the industry's biggest names."

Following the demise of Pakistan's film industry, Saima made her television debut and went on to become one of television's highest-paid actresses, alongside actress Resham, who was her contemporary in the 1990s.

Selected filmography

Main article: Saima Noor filmography

1994Zameen Aasman
1998Dupatta Jal Raha Hai
2000Jungle Queen
2001Uff Yeh Beewian
2001Moosa Khan
2003Larki Punjaban
2003Roti Goli Aur Sarkar
2005Naag aur Nagin
2005Bau Badmash
2006Qaidi Yaar
2010Channa Sachi Muchi
2010Wohti ley ke jaani aye
2011Aik Aur Ghazi
2011Bhai Log
2013Ishq Khuda
2022Tere Bajre Di Rakhi




Aaj TV
2007Piya Naam Ka DiyaSitaraGeo TV

2015Rang LaagaShehnazARY Digital
2015Yeh Mera Deewanapan HaiMehtabA-Plus
2017Mubarak Ho Beti Hui Hai
ARY Digital
2018Babban Khala Ki BetiyannIshratARY Digital
2018Kho Gaya Woh
BOL Entertainment


1st Lux Style AwardsBest Film ActressN/ANominated
2nd Lux Style AwardsBest Film ActressDakooNominated
3rd Lux Style AwardsBest Film ActressLarki PanjabanNominated
3rd Lux Style AwardsBest Film ActressCommandoNominated
6th Lux Style AwardsBest Film ActressMajajanWon
Best FilmWon
8th Lux Style AwardsBest Film ActressZill-e-ShahNominated
8th Lux Style AwardsBest TV Actress (Satellite)NautankeeWon
9th Lux Style AwardsBest Film ActressNach Ke Yar MananaWon
15th Lux Style AwardsBest TV ActressRang LaagaNominated
2nd Pakistan Media AwardsBest Film HeroineWohti Lay Kay Jani AaiWon
3rd Pakistan Media AwardsBest Film HeroineJugniNominated

Saima Noor – Biography, Facts & Life Story

Body Measurements36-29-38 inches
Height5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m)
Weight62 kg (115 lbs)
Waist29 inches
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
Shoe Size8 (US)
Dress Size6 (US)
Age55 years old (in 2023)
Date of BirthMay 5, 1967
Full NameSaima
Zodiac SignTaurus

Saima Noor Career

Profession: Actress

Known For: Famous for starring in Majajan movie


Film Debut: Choorian (1998)

Movie poster

TV Show: Rang Laaga (2015)

TV Show poster

Salary: 80K

Net Worth: USD $2 Million Approx

Family & Relatives

Marital Status: Married

Husband: Syed Noor (m. 2005)

Saima Noor Favorites

Hobbies: Travling, Reding Books

Favorite Movie: Devdas

Favorite Destination: Pakistan

Favorite Food: Desi Food, Juice, Daal Chawal

Favorite Color: Black, White

Favorite Pets: Cat

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