Sajal Aly Age, Height, Images, Husband

Sajal Aly
Sajal Aly

Sajal Aly is one of the successful actresses of Pakistani drama industry. At a young age, Sajal Ali has made a remarkable career. Sajal Aly was born on 17th January 1994. She born in Punjab, but later her family moved to Karachi, and it was there she got her early education.

Sajal Aly
Sajal Aly

Bio/Wiki

Real NameSajal Aly
NicknameSajal Ali
ProfessionActress

Physical Stats & More

Height165 cm
1.65 m
5' 5" Feet
Weight52 Kg
115 lbs
Figure Measurements33-25-34
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBrown

Personal Life

Date of Birth17 January 1994
Age (as in 2019)25 Years
Birth PlaceLahore, Pakistan
Zodiac sign/Sun signCapricorn
NationalityPakistani
HometownLahore, Pakistan
SchoolNot Known
CollegeNot Known
Educational QualificationsNot Known
Debut Film Debut: Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay (2016)
TV Debut: Nadaaniyaan (2009)
ReligionIslam
ControversiesIn 2013, Sajal Ali received death threats from Karachi Mafia who were demanding her to pay an illegal tax of 4 Lac (PKR).

Family

FatherNot Known
MotherNot Known
Siblings(s)Sister- Saboor Ali (Actress, Elder)
Brother- 1 (Younger)

Favorite Things

HobbiesTravelling
Favorite FoodPizza
Favorite ActorFawad Khan, Shaan Shahid, Shah Rukh Khan, Imran Abbas
Favorite ActressSania Saeed
Favorite MusiciansKishore Kumar, Shreya Ghoshal, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan,

Marital Status

StatusUnmarried
Affairs/BoyfriendsFeroze Khan (Pakistani Actor)
HusbandN/A

Money Factor

Net WorthRs. 30 Million
Salary2.5 Lac/episode (PKR)
Social AccountsTwitter
Instagram
Facebook
Sajal Aly
Sajal Aly

Fact

  • Does Sajal Aly smoke?: No
  • Does Sajal drink alcohol?: No
  • Sajal Ali is the younger sister of Pakistani actress Saboor Ali.
  • Sajal became an actress accidentally, as Sajal wanted to continue her studies but then there came an audition of “Mehmoodabad Ki Malkain” (a drama serial) & she was selected & got into this.
  • Sajal became a household with her role as Afreen in Pakistani TV serial Mehmoodabad Ki Malkain (2011).
  • Both Sajal and Saboor acted together in “Mehmoodabad Ki Malkain.”
  • She considers Fahad Mustafa a Pakistan Actor as her mentor who encouraged her to move ahead & pursue her career.
  • She is rumored to have married with Pakistani actor, Feroze Khan (brother of Humaima Malik).
Sajal Aly
Sajal Aly

Film Carrier

Sajal after proving her talent in Pakistan Drama Industry moved towards films. Sajal Ali got her debut with “Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai.” It was a love story featuring Sajal & Feroze Khan in lead roles. Sajal Aly made Bollywood debut in 2017 with “Mom.” Her Nanhi director Haseeb Hassan suggested her to Boney Kapoor. Sajal got a call & visited the filmmaker in Dubai where she met him & his wife superstar, Sridevi. Adnan Siddiqui played her father role in the film. Mom was also Adnan Siddiqui’s debut in Bollywood. Her co-star Sridevi also loved her acting & as Sajal could not promote her film in India; Sridevi made an exclusive video praising her which played before Mom’s premier in Pakistan.

Sajal Aly
Sajal Aly

Sajal Ali Dramas

  1. Nadaaniyan – (2009)
  2. Mehmoodabad Ki Malkain – (2009)
  3. Mastana Mahi – (2009)
  4. Meray Qatil Mere Dildar – (2011)
  5. Meri Ladli – (2011)
  6. Ahmed Habib Ki Betiyan – (2011)
  7. Chandni – (2011)
  8. Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein – (2012)
  9. Sitamgar – (2012)
  10. Sasural Ke Rang Anokhay – (2012)
  11. Do Dant Ki Mohabbat – (2012)
  12. Mere Khuwabon Ka Diya – (2012)
  13. Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewa – (2013)
  14. Nanhi – (2013)
  15. Kahani Aik Raat Ki – (2013)
  16. Kitni Girhain Baaki Hein – (2013)
  17. Gohar-e-Nayab – (2013)
  18. Asmanon Pe Likha – (2013)
  19. Sannata – (2013)
  20. Qudrat – (2014)
  21. Kahani Raima Aur Manahil Ki – (2014)
  22. Laadon Mei Pali – (2014)
  23. Chup Raho – (2014)
  24. Mera Raqeeb – (2014)
  25. Chupkay Se Bahar aa Jaye – (2014)
  26. Khuda Dekh Raha Hai – (2015)
  27. Kis Se Kahoon – (2015)
  28. Tum Mere Kya Ho – (2015)
  29. Mera Yaar Mila De – (2016)
  30. Yakeen Ka Safar – (2017)
  31. ORangreza – (2017)

Sajal Aly Movies

  • Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hai – (2016)
  • Mom – (2017)

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