Saima Noor, life journey from Sultan Rahi to Syed Noor

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On 1 May 2007, Saima Noor in a press conference said that she married Syed Noor on 24 July 2005. Syed Noor, the 60-year-old filmmaker suffered a paralysis stroke early on 31 December 2011 and was brought to Sheikh Zayad Hospital. According to doctors, he suffered with mild stroke and he is out of danger. However, the doctors suggested to him to remain in the hospital for some days. His wife Rukhsana Noor died on 12 January 2017, having had cancer for 15 years. She was 58 at the time of her death. She started out as a journalist and also did some teaching at some colleges. Rukhsana had also written several film songs and film scripts for Syed Noor’s films. After Noor secretly married actress Saima, Rukhsana started living separately from him but she chose not to divorce him.

 

Saima is a Pakistani actress who has appeared in Punjabi and Urdu films and Pakistani dramas. Saima was one of successful heroine of “Fun ka sultan” The Sultan Rahi the great. After sudden death of Sultan Rahi she converted from Punjabi movies to Urdu movies. She was starring in the film Choorian, which is considered as one of the highest grossing Pakistani films of all time. Although in recent times new generation movies like “Jawani phir nahin ani” and “Punjab nahin joungi” broke the business record and considered highest earner Pakistani movies. Some of her other significant work includes Sher-e-Lahore (2001), Buddha Gujjar (2002), Majajan (2006), and Bhai Log (2011), all of which were commercial successes. She was one of the most popular leading actresses of Lollywood during 1990s, and early 2000s.

Saima has acted in over 200 movies and is known for her work in multiple film genres, including action, romance, and comedy. She also did a supernatural film Naag aur Nagin in 2005. She has appeared in Shahzad Rafique’s biographical film Salute.She is currently active in Pakistani television industry, where she has established herself as one of the most acclaimed and highest-paid actresses of television in recent years.

 

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