Young, energetic, and pretty Sabeena Farooq, who previously impressed as Haya in Geo’s hit drama ‘Tere Bin,’ has once again captivated audiences with her remarkable portrayal of Barbeena in Green Entertainment’s latest drama, ‘Kabli Pulao.’
Sabeena’s dedication to authenticity shines through in her flawless Pashto accent and her ability to master every nuance of the language, leaving viewers in awe of her outstanding performance.
Under the skillful direction of Kashif Nisar, “Kabli Pulao” has flourished, allowing Sabeena Farooq to truly shine as Barbeena and elevate the drama to new heights. The on-screen chemistry between the director and the actress is evident, resulting in a captivating performance that lingers in the hearts of the audience.
One particular scene in “Kabli Pulao,” where Barbeena emotionally narrates her story about Baraan, deeply moved the viewers. Sabeena’s convincing portrayal brought tears to many eyes, showcasing her sheer brilliance as an actress.
In the kitchen scenes, where Sabeena conversed entirely in Pashto, her authenticity reached its peak, making it appear as though she genuinely belonged to the culture she portrayed.
Social media platforms have been flooded with praise for Sabeena Farooq’s acting in “Kabli Pulao.” Fans have showered her with appreciation, calling her performance “10 out of 10,” “so damn good and real,” and expressing their inability to put into words just how excellent her acting was.
Beyond her acting prowess, Sabeena’s role in “Kabli Pulao” has sparked important conversations about cultural representation and the significance of showcasing diverse stories on-screen. Her portrayal of Barbeena has deeply resonated with members of the Pashtun community, who feel seen and heard through her portrayal.
The exceptional efforts of the entire cast and crew have undoubtedly contributed to the discussions surrounding “Kabli Pulao.” Sabeena Farooq’s extraordinary talent, combined with Kashif Nisar’s directorial finesse, has given life to a drama that will be cherished for years to come.