Sara Loren

Sara Loren's Biography
Sara Loren

Name: Sara Loren

Birthdate: 11th December, 1985

Zodiac: Sagittarius

Biography: Sara Loren was born as Mona Lizza on the 11th of December, 1985 into a Pakistani background in the small Middle East country of Kuwait. In the year 2001, when Mona’s father died, the family shifted to Pakistan and it was there where she started building up a career for herself in the field of acting. Apart from acting she loves painting, poetry, writing as well as travelling. Later on during 2012, Mona Lizza changed her name to Sara Loren and then she shifted to the City of Dreams, Mumbai.

Her entry into the glitz and glamour filled world was through a close friend of hers whom she had accompanied, to a photoshoot. At the event, the photographer had taken a few shots of Mona Lizza and it was through this only that she got her very first add campaign.

Soon enough in the year 2003, Mona Lizza made her debut in a television serial by the name of ‘RabiaZindaRahegi’, directed by S. Suleman. She had even performed in various places around the world such as Canada, United States and UK. Mona Lizza had even done a bit of theatre acting. She has done plays like ShahyadIssiKaNaamMohabbatHaiSheiftaa and Anarkali in the cities of Delhi and Karachi.

It was in the year 2010 that Mona appeared in her very first Bollywood flick, a film titled ‘Kajraare’, directed by Pooja Bhatt and starring HimeshReshammiyan, Gulshan Grover, Javed Sheikh and Sarah Loren herself. The next year, she starred in the Pakistani film titled ‘Gidh’ directed by ShamoonAbbasiand starring Mona Lizza along with Syed Jibran, Humayun Saeed and Ayesha Khan. Next up during the very same year, she made an appearance as an item girl in Syed Faisal Bukhari’s ‘Saltanat’.

One of her upcoming films is the Vishesh Bhatt directed ‘Murder 3’ where she would be enacting the role of a waitress named Nisha. The cast of this film consists of Sara Loren, RandeepHooda, SohaibHasnain and Aditi Rao Hydari.

Some of her filmography includes ‘Murder 3’, ‘Kajraare’, ‘Saltanat’, ‘Gidh’ and ‘Love Mein Ghum’.

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