Pakistan’s highly praised actors Sanam Saeed has opened up for the first time about her personal life and brought it forth to the limelight in her recent interview!
During her interview in the web show Speak Your Heart with Samina Peerzada, the actor for the first time shared details about her life off-screen, including her childhood, her struggle of losing a parent as well as her marriage coming to an end.
The eldest of the three siblings, started off narrating her background and the old-school side of her maternal family.“My mother was an art school teacher and my father was an interior designer. So we’ve been relatively open minded as opposed to my conservative maternal side,” she revealed.
Talking about her mother’s struggle through her married life, she revealed that her parent’s had married out of love at the age of 30.“The memories I can gather now of my parents are quite contradicting. My mother was the disciplinarian and my dad was the rule breaker,” she revealed
“We’ve had discussions about our childhoods on the dining table of our family home. We had quite an adventurous life. The three of us (her siblings and herself) weren’t bound to anything. We weren’t discriminated on the basis of gender. My brother wasn’t given any advantage just because he was a boy.”sharing her views, the actor maintains the poised and collected attitude in life, Sanam gave the credit to her parents saying: “I think our parents made sure that we were very secure as human beings. Since there’s no insecurity, there’s no competition. Therefore, I am very content with what I have and who I am as a person.”
At the end she spoke about her marital life when she tied the know to the love of his life and how it collided,“I think I couldn’t balance my marriage and my mother’s deteriorating health. I realised it was unfair to my husband to have my divided attention. I understood he deserved better and should go for that. He deserved the attention of a partner, not another headache and I didn’t want to share my time with anyone else but my mother. So when I finally gave up, I had a sense of relief,” she stated.