Laila Zuberi was born in Karachi, Pakistan. Her mother is a school teacher and father is a businessman. Laila grew up studying theatre at the Al-Azhar University. After graduation, she travelled to the United Kingdom and worked on numerous British soap operas.
In the late sixties, Laila Zuberi’s acting career took off and she was nominated for a Television Programme “Keeping up Appearances” (filmed in Pakistan). Laila Zuberi became known in her role as Saleem, an Indian princess, in the popular television serials, The Great Show. She was also in a number of other successful and popular television programs such as M.A.S.H. and Granite Girl. Laila Zuberi has acted in a number of movies and has brought some success to Pakistani cinema, but The Pakistani Girl remains her greatest achievement.
Laila Zuberi was born in 1957 in Rawal, a city in northern Pakistan. She studied at the School of Medicine in Islamabad and graduated in 1960. From this period, Laila Zuberi became known in Pakistan’s small screen industry as a versatile actress, playing a number of important characters in both Pakistan’s largest and smallest television shows.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||38 B|
|Waist Size||32 Inches|
|Hips Size||38 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||38-32-38 inches|
Laila Zuberi was born in Pakistan’s capital city, Islamabad, the birth city of her late mother Saleema. From early childhood, Laila was used to being called Princess Lailai by her father. Laila’s fondness for princesses did not stop when she was an adult, nor did her attraction to all things glamorous. In fact, Laila Zuberi has been nominated four times for an Academy Award for Best Actress in Pakistan and is widely considered to be one of the best actresses to ever come from Pakistan. Her numerous awards include Best Actress in a Leading Role (for Achy Obejas in M.A.S.H. ), Best Supporting Actress in a Leading Role (for Sameer Arispray in Bend It Like Beckham), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (for Sharbat Churna in Lainey) and Best Director for a Feature Film (for Zabar Baluch in Lailay).
Laila Zuberi’s two other films that have been made are Khattaaz!, a comedy; and Sehqali! a Hindi movie. Laila Zuberi’s name has also been mentioned in relation to a role in a British film as well. Though, it has never been confirmed that Laila Zuberi actually auditioned for any British film, or that any British directors ever cast her, this does not diminish her popularity in Pakistan’s Bollywood.
Laila Zuberi’s biggest claim to fame in Pakistan and the whole world is her long-running stint on television, playing both the bad girl and the hero in two different serials, Teabagade and Lailay. She is also popular for playing opposite Aasia Barr in the popular soap Seabed. Laila Zuberi’s popularity stems from her being one of few women in Pakistan’s cinema who consistently managed to be apart from the main characters, while still maintaining a presence that the audience can identify with and enjoy.