TV Rewind: 5 Sajal Aly Performances You Need To Watch Right Now!

Pakistani television dramas of the last decade or so have given us countless stars, and there’s no doubt about it. However, beyond all those stars, it has also given us icons of the industry, who became household names of the highest order.

One such name is Sajal Aly, who in the last few years have become a megastar in her own right all thanks to the television industry, which gave her the big push!

What exactly were those roles that catapulted her career into stardom? Diva has the lowdown…


Touted as one of the first major shows that rose Sajal Aly’s star to new heights, Nanhi proved the prowess the actress has! It was all about playing the role of the eponymous Nanhi with promising dark undertones, and the actress did that perfectly! It was no one wonder she became huge after this!



The show that made Sajal Aly and her co-star Feroze Khan, the talk of the town, Gul-e-Rana played a huge role in establishing Sajal as the romantic lead we can imagine today! Her role had quite a few layers to it, and the actress fully committed to yet again, an eponymous role!


Yakeen Ka Safar

A drama that brought to us the reel life to real-life pair of Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir, Yakeen Ka Safar was definitely one of the highlights of the career highs the actress has seen! The drama that revolved around the medical world still remains one of the most popular shows to air in the past few years, and we can’t help but agree with all who love it.


O Rungreza

There aren’t many dramas that are made like O Rungreza was, and Sajal was a major point in proving such narratives could work massively! She was seen as the unruly and rebellious, Sassi, and she could literally light a fire under anyone with that character! We absolutely adored seeing her being paired alongside Bilal Abbas Khan!



A show which might not have become as popular as everyone expected it to be, Aangan was more of an opportunity for the ensemble cast to shine through, which an actress like Sajal fully understood. Seen as the chirpy and sly Chammi, Aangan brought yet another facet to Sajal’s acting repertoire!


Which role of Sajal’s do you love? Tell us in the comment section below!


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