- 27 May - 02 Jun, 2023
You’ve seen her sobbing. You’ve seen her sulking. You’ve seen her as the damsel in distress waiting to be rescued by her prince charming. You’ve even seen her retort to those pulling her down. But we bet you haven’t seen her as vivacious, as vivid and as opinionated as she is in her real life. Zara Noor Abbas, who possesses what it takes to be the next superstar of Pakistan’s entertainment industry, joins MAG for a quick and fun rapid fire. Here are 60 seconds from her life. Excerpts:
Direction. If not acting, I could maybe become a director. But one day, I do plan to direct something.
If the celebrity is dead, then Lady Diana; and if the celebrity is alive, then Shah Rukh Khan.
It will be from a period film or play where I get to do the role of a maharani or a princess warrior. I’d like to act in a story from my own ancestral background.
I’d choose the dream role; and since I’ll be paid for it then I’ll go on a world tour.
Yes! Ali Zafar had once left me star struck.
I spend time with my husband and in-laws. For more unwinding, I try to take some time off and go back to my home city Lahore, but it’s very tough now because of work.
Kids, comfort of life, air conditioning, because it’s too hot nowadays and of course, my family.
No. I’m not a social media freak, but I’m an active social media person.