Of late there have been quite a few Pakistani actresses who have made their entry into Bollywood, but unfortunately most of them have not made any significant mark as far as histrionics is concerned. They have mostly been seen in intimate and steamy scenes or shaking a leg in item numbers. Sara Loren, the Pakistani actress also falls in the same genre with her bold looks and eye catching figure. She has had to make a series of shifts to come to the stage in her career that she now is in. Having been born in Kuwait to Pakistani parents, she was actually christened Mona at the time of her birth. Her first shift was back to native Pakistan at the time her father died in 2001, when she was still a teenager. Although her interests lay in painting and writing poetry, she was keen to take up a career in acting once she was back in Pakistan.
Her acting career, however, did not come just like that. She was lucky to have been spotted by a photographer who was actually taking photo shoots for her friend, when he noticed her and took some snaps of her which actually landed her with her first modeling job for an ad campaign. This ultimately paved her way for her first Pakistani acting assignment in the serial “Rabia Zinda Rahegi”. That was in the year 2003 when she was 18. Thereafter, for some years she visited various countries with a Pakistani drama troupe, performing in dramas. But it was not until 2010 that she got her break into Bollywood, which was her dream for a long time. It was at this time that she took over the more trendy name of Sara Loren, perhaps to give it a more international tinge and concealing the Pakistani link.
who was instrumental in giving her this break, directing her in the film “Kajrare” with music director cum actor Himesh Reshmaiyya and
. Her other Bollywood appearance was in the more recent Murder 3, where she played the role of a waitress, alongside
. In the intervening periods she was also keeping herself busy acting in Pakistani films, most notable of which have been “Saltanat”, “Gidh” and “Love Mein Ghum”