Mumbai: While she flaunts the tiara of fame, popularity & performing arts Saba Saudagar is every girl’s envy and aspiration on acting & fashion forefront.
Blame her appealing looks; the upfront ambitious actress has triumphed upon the hearts of millions with her acting abilities and now she gears up to exhibit her acting prowess in a couple of Independent films
The beautiful and bubbly Saba Saudagar who has made a significant mark in Tollywood started her journey as a theatre artist with Yatri Group at a tender age with a vision to entertain people with her acting abilities. Saba has done 53 shows of the play called “Chinta Chod Chintamani”. A trained Kathak dancer from Gopi Krishna Institute who choreographs her performances is a professionally trained Salsa & belly dancer.
An avid believer of “Quality over Quantity”, Saba has spell her midas touch on a couple of TVCs and print like: – Coke for India and Pakistan, Mirinda with Asin, Suzuki, NIIT, Vedanta, McDonalds, Roohafza Pakistan, Sonyliv.com, Popular Finance TATA Docomo, TATA Indicom, Levis Curve, Himalaya Cream.
Insisting that her foray into the world of performing arts was not a flash-in-the-pan decision, the passionate actor says that it’s her passion & love for the craft of acting which is the prime factor that attracts her to be a part of Bollywood “As a kid, I was extremely fond of participating in extra- curricular activities, which in turn has helped me a lot to pursue my passion for acting. Now-a-days actors undergo special training in order to perfect the required skill, whereas with me the skill is not just for a specific movie. I have never undertaken any task considering the outcome; it’s more of a learning experience for me”
“I believe as long as one gives their 100% the outcome is always in their favour. I am reading a lot of scripts right now, there will be an official announcement soon” says Saba Saudagar
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