It may not be her first TV appearance but it’s so refreshing to see film actress Saima act and look well in a TV play that can be see on a private channel these days. The marked feature about her performance is that in a drama which has a dewar-bhabi story at the heart of it demands an understated kind of acting and Saima belongs to the world of cinema where being loud is the only norm. But the actress seems to have understood the nuances of a television play. She looks good in the lead role and has also come out as a fine actress.

Updated May 19, 2013 09:44am

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