Sanam Saeed’s film ‘Ab Buss’ inspired by motorway incident

Share thisFacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppPinterestGoogle+Sanam Saeed is an actress, singer and former model who predominantly works for both the silver screen and the big screen. She is known to be one of the finest actresses in Pakistan with numerous strong, block buster dramas and movies  on her credit. She made her television debut in 2010 with drama serial…
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Sanam Saeed is an actress, singer and former model who predominantly works for both the silver screen and the big screen. She is known to be one of the finest actresses in Pakistan with numerous strong, block buster dramas and movies  on her credit.

She made her television debut in 2010 with drama serial Daam and is best known for portraying the role of Kashaf in drama serial Zindagi Gulzar Hai which was being aired on Hum TV. Sanam received numerous accolades for this drama including Lux Style Awards for Best Television Actress.

After marking her way as a leading actress on the silver screen , she made her film debut in 2016 with a romantic comedy Bachaana. She was seen in four more movies and rose to fame after giving a brilliant performance in critically acclaimed film Cake.

Sanam has been very vocal about her views and was actively posting  about the motorway rape case and kept asking for justice from the government.

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A Pakistani digital platform See Prime released a short film, Ab Buss directed by Mohsin Talat, staring Sanam Saeed. This short film took inspiration from  the motorway gang rape case that happend a few months back in Lahore.

The film highlights all the problems women face in our society and how unsafe our country is for every woman out there irrespective of their age.

It manages to create a strong impact with Sanam’s phenomenal performance and was executed brilliantly giving out the strong message it aimed to.

Due to the pandemic our cinemas are not making any business. Digital platforms are a ray of hope in this time offering an opportunity to all the film-makers and actors to make short films and dramas that can help them to  keep their business running.

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