Momina Iqbal is a gorgeous and talented Pakistani TV actress. She started acting career in 2018 with the drama “Parlour Wali Larki”, directed by Nadia Afgan. In the drama, she played the lead role of Maryam. After that, she acted in dramas such as “Khuda Aur Muhabbat 3”, “Ishq Mein Kaafir”, “Ajnabi Lage Zindagi,” and “Ehd-e-Wafa.” Her recent popular dramas include “Grift”, “Mere Humnasheen”, “Samjhota” and “Sila E Muhabbat”. Lately, she is performing in ARY Digital’s drama serial “Ehsaan Faramosh” in which she is playing the character of Falak alongside Humayun Ashraf.
Recently, she appeared on Ayaz Samoo’s show, “The Night Show.” During the show, she talked about the impact of portraying negative characters on actors. She also added, “there was a time I started believing that I was a vampire. Sometimes, playing negative roles also boosts confidence like I felt confident after doing negative roles. My friend and fellow actor, Mashal Khan, often makes fun of the edits of my negative characters, which usually are extremely funny.
Momina Iqbal also shared, “Even though I decided not to do any negative role but I ended up signing another one. When you portray negative characters, the people on set start perceiving weird things about you. Also, it does take a lot of toll on your mental health. At times, I used to cry at night out of frustration when I was doing intense negative characters”.
She said that her character in Ehsaan Faramosh is too negative and Falak will cross all the limits in the drama. She further said that a person behaving negative has a reason behind it, like in Ehsaan Faramosh, Falak was triggered by her husband’s act when he wanted to take his niece with them when they were going to have dinner, she said such things are frustrating and the character Falak has realized that she has no control over the things and that is why she’s doing a lot of negative things to get the attention.