Saba Azad is enjoying the recent rush in her career which is skyrocketing every single day with her series ‘Rocket Boys’ still receiving love from all quaters. Her role as Pipsi, a liberal Parsi woman who is a lawyer by profession, has carved a space in the hearts of the viewers.
Now, the actress will be seen in Indian immigrant drama ‘Minimum’, which is set in Belgium.
Saba’s talents are not just restricted to acting as she is also a trained dancer and a professional singer. She said she’s ‘just starting out’ in her career, and has worked hard to make this life for herself.
She added that none of what she does is by chance. “I came to Mumbai alone with neither friends nor relatives in the city, and I built all four of my careers from scratch.”
Apart from acting, Saba has three alternate careers already, but she is excited to add film director to the mix. “I am a musician, I have a band of my own, I am a playback singer and a voice-over artist. I briefly ran and owned a bar and restaurant in Bengaluru. I hope to direct and make films of my own one day,” Saba said, adding that some of her best friends are filmmakers.
Currently, Saba Azad is enjoying the success of ‘Rocket Boys’ for which she is vastly appreciated. She will soon be seen in ‘Rocket Boys 2’.
Apart from that, the actress is looking forward to the release of ‘Minimum’ wherein she will be seen slipping into the role of a French girl.