Lubna Aslam is a veteran Pakistani television actress. She was born in Karachi. Her childhood was spent traveling across Pakistan. Her father was an army man who would often gets posted even in remote corners. The family also moved with the father. She showed an early interest towards acting and participated in various school plays. Lubna eventually developed a passion for acting and decided that she should take acting seriously to make it her profession. Her acting career began in late 1990, but her first notable performance was seen in critically acclaimed drama serial ‘DardKeFasle’ in the year 2001. Her show was appreciated in the whole of Pakistan but mostly in the Northern part.

As Lubna took more and more assignments, her stardom rose, and she became a girl next door. Everyone started recognizing her. Various offers from private channels came her way, and she joined Geo Tv for her assignments. She has acted in daily soaps like ArossPaross, Barzakh, Meri Zaat Zaraa e- Benishan, IshqGumshuda, Main Deewani Story Coming Soon >> Read More... Main Deewani , Daamand many others. Her show ‘Mer iZaat’ was based on the story of Umera Ahemad’s novel. Interestingly, Umera was Lubna’s favorite screenwriter. Lubna has been fortunate enough to share her on screen space with the likes of prominent and well-established actors like and Humayun Saeed Humayun Saeed has been known famously across Pakis >> Read More... Humayun Saeed . In one of her recent works, Lubna has shown the plight of child molestation in Pakistan. The show was named ‘Raag’ under the production house ARY Digital. In another drama serial, ‘Siskiya’ status of women in contemporary Pakistan was reflected.

She admits ‘Siskiya’ to be her personal favorite. Like any other of the industry, her entry was not smooth. There were ups and downs. Even now after spending fifteen years in the television industry, she continues to seek peace and meaning to her acting. The people, who understand Pakistani television industry aptly, refer Aslam as ‘Late Bloomer.’ One thing Lubna continues to strive for is the lack of faith and promise that people across Pakistan show in the actors. She believes that Pakistani artists are far more talented than they are credited. She wants the support of viewers so that their television industry can compete with the television industry of other countries.