Known as one of the young actresses of Pakistan, Sajal Ali has built up her name in the showbiz business with her remarkable performances in different drama serials like, Meri Ladli, Gul-e-Rana, Chup Raho, Yakeen Ka Safar, O Rangeza and Noor-ul-Ain. Her dramas have many things to offer you beyond rona dhona and typical saas-bahu stories. She is brilliant and highly skilled and you cannot miss watching her whenever she comes on screen.
Be it any new serial or an old one, Sajal Ali dramas list is so interesting that you can’t afford to miss it. So have a look at the Sajal’s pool of amazing dramas and praise her performance!
1. Yakeen Ka Safar
Yakeen Ka Safar is all about brilliant actors, amazing story and talented director. Written by Farhat Ishtiaq, the drama witnesses the journey of a young girl and her struggle against violence towards women in the world of injustice. This drama will let you ride on the roller coaster of emotions, love, fear, hate revolves around many social issues prevalent in our society. The reason why this show has become an ultimate success is the performance of Sajal Ali as Dr. Zubia and Ahad Raza Mir as Dr. Asfandyar and one can’t forget the moral of this drama, that good things always happen to good people. Trust me, it’s your moral duty to bling-watch this drama if you haven’t yet. Also, we’re loving the cuteness of Dr. Zubia and Dr. Asfandyar.
Based on a novel ‘Hasti Ke Ahang’ by Samra Bukhari, Gul-e-Rana features Sajal Ali and Feroze Khan. The story revolves around a young girl Gul-e-Rana (Sajal Ali), who is against the abusive men of society and struggling hard for women’s rights. She marries to Adeel (Feroze Khan), who is an egoist and faces many problems due to her husband’s sick mentality about women. The story is a blend of emotions, sympathy, trust and love and how one’s tragedy can turn him into a good human. In short, it was fun watching the chemistry between the two and we enjoyed the magic they created on the screen.
3. O Rangreza
A romantic drama features Bilal Abbas and Sajal Ali in lead roles, revolve around a story of the daughter Sassi (Sajal Ali) of a poet Khayyam (Nauman Ijaz) and how she lives in a fantasy world. The other character is Mummo (Irsa), mother of Sassi, who is unromantic, quiet and soft and always gets scolded by her husband. On the other hand, there is Sassi’s cousin Qasim (Bilal Abbas), who lives with them and work as a cloth dyer. He is in love with Sassi, but can’t confess in front of her. The drama will give you a refreshing tour of a family, where daughter follows the footstep of her father, who is crazy for her crush Sonia Jahan (Sana Fakhar), a film actress. The drama takes twists and turns when Sassi decides to be a big star like Sonia Jahan, but at the peak of her career she left everything and falls in love with Qasim.
4. Chup Raho
Directed and written by Yasir Nawaz and Sameera Fazal, Chup Raho features Sajal Ali, Feroze Khan, Jibran Syed, Arjumand Rahim and Shaheen Khan. It’s a story of a girl Rameen (Sajal Ali) who faced sexual abuse by her brother in law Numair (Jibran Syed), but remains silent to save her sister’s marriage and her own reputation. Chup Raho is one of the worth watching drama serials that tackle the social taboo of harassment and how people, especially females are forced to not raise their voice against injustice.
A Sarmad Khoosat’s latest drama based on a beautiful love story of the young people Noor-ul-Ain (Sajal Ali) and Khizer (Imran Abbas) that how an accident completely changes their lives and how they fall in love with each other. They marry each other against their parents, but the class difference between them always remains an obstacle between them as Khizer belongs to a well-off family and his mother is unable to accept Noor as her daughter-in-law. This drama shows you the struggle of a married couple in removing all obstacles in their lives. As love always comes with some conditions and hurdles!
6. Laadon Mein Pali
Laadon Mein Pali is a story of an innocent young girl Laraib (Maya Ali), who falls in love with a stylist Wahaj (Affan Waheed) and gets married. Sajal Ali is playing the role of Wahaj’s cousin Bishma who isn’t happy with their marriage as she loves Wahaj since her childhood and plans to make Laraib’s life hell to take Wahaj back. Lariab is unaware of all the challenges future is holding for her.
7. Khuda Dekh Raha Hai
Aired on A-Plus entertainment back in 2015, Khuda Dekh Raha Hai also shed life on one of the taboos in Pakistan. Features Sajal Ali, Agha Ali, Bushra Ansari, Imran Aslam, Qazi Wajid and Asad Siddique, it offers you an insight look into the life of individuals that how the drastic effects of society and their family members can turn their happiness into sorrows. Moreover, Bushra Ansari’s amazing portrayal of Istkhara Bibi makes this drama an interesting one to watch.
8. Aasmano Pe Likha
Starring Sajal Ali and Sheheryar Munawar in lead roles, Aasmano Pe Likha is a story of two strangers and how fate brings them together accidentally when Aaliyan marries to Qudsiya. It all happens, when her in-laws called off marriage for dowry. On the spot, Aaliyan comes forward and marries Qudsiya to save her from the society’s comments. The core of this story lies between the unusual relationship between the two, but becomes stronger with the passage of time.
9. Meri Ladli
Meri Ladli is one of the most watched TV serials in Pakistani drama history with highest TRP’s. Starring Sajal Ali, Urwa Hocane, Sami Khan and Ahsan Khan in leads, Meri Ladli witnesses the story about a single mother and her daughter and complexities she faces living in her brother’s home. Talks about the reality of today’s society, the drama will give you many emotional turmoils the mother and daughter will go through. The moral of this drama is, life is not that much cruel, the happiness is written in your fate, but you have to wait for the right time.
10. Tum Mere Kya Ho
Tum Mere Kya Ho is a romantic drama serial stars none other than Sajal Ali, Kiran Haq and Mikaal Zulfiqar. It’s a story of a pure love that shows us one of the meaningful stories to date. Mikaal is playing the role of Ahmer, a widower with a small daughter Heera and on the other hand, Hina (Sajal Ali) is married to a cruel and greedy man, but left everything and began to live with her father. In the meanwhile, there comes Maheen (Kiran Haq), Ahmer’s old friend, who has taken divorce from her husband and abandoned her only son Esa. What will happen when Ahmer has to choose between simple, sweet and conservative girl Hina and the open-minded, liberal girl Maheen? The drama has many aspects of the relationship, care, trust, love and sacrifice!
Well, we are eagerly waiting for Sajal Ali’s next dramas!