Senior Actors Critiqued By Momina Iqbal: No Holds Barred
In 2018, a young, charming, and exceptionally talented actress, Momina Iqbal, stepped into the vibrant world of Pakistani television dramas. Since then, she has left an indelible mark on the industry with her remarkable performances.
Momina’s journey to stardom has been marked by her roles in several noteworthy dramas. From “Parlour Wali Larki” to “Khuda Aur Muhabbat 3,” “Ishq Mein Kaafir,” “Ajnabi Lage Zindagi,” “Ehd-e-Wafa,” “Grift,” “Mere Humnasheen,” “Samjhota,” to “Sila E Muhabbat,” she has showcased her versatility and acting prowess.
Currently, she graces our screens in the drama series “Ehsaan Faramosh,” where she takes on a negative character, proving her ability to portray a wide range of roles.
Momina Iqbal is not only celebrated for her acting skills but also for her exceptional beauty, confidence, and the love she has garnered from her fans. Her striking looks and charismatic presence have won hearts across Pakistan.
In a recent interview with Momin Saqib, Momina Iqbal candidly shared her experiences, shedding light on the dynamics between junior and senior actors in the industry. She revealed that, initially, senior actors often displayed strict and somewhat envious behavior. They questioned why she was cast in leading or supporting roles and insisted on having their scenes shot first. Makeup priority became a point of contention, and junior actors were often left waiting for extended periods. Despite these challenges, Momina remained determined, persevered, and put in the hard work that has brought her to where she is today.
Momina Iqbal‘s journey is not just about talent but also about resilience and determination. She continues to shine in the Pakistani television industry, and her devoted fanbase stands as a testament to her talent and the impact she has made.