Farah Nadeem is a Pakistani actress, who was born on June 3 in Karachi, Pakistan. Acting was in her genes and she has been following the footsteps of her family members who are also part of the same industry such as Sultana Siddiqui, a Pakistani TV producer and director and Mahnoor Baloch, a model, actress and film director.

She made her debut in the year 1998 after she was cast on PTV’s drama serial, Kashish. Farah was introduced by director Kazim Pasha to the television. After that, she appeared in several PTV dramas like Tipu Sultan and Sham Se Pehle in year 1999 and Who Kaun Hai in the year 2000. She gained many awards for her performance in Tipu Sultan and Sham Se Pehle and even though, she was usually cast in a supporting role, she was able to impress the audiences by her brilliancy and dedication to perform. 

When the private entertainment channels started to launch in Pakistan, she was seen in a number of television dramas, which gained her immense popularity among the viewers. Farah has done the family drama serial Dil, Diya, Dehleez on Hum TV in the year 2006, following by an appearance on Geo TV’s Masi Aur Malika. She was also seen on Geo TV’s Chaar Chaand, ‘Who Rishtey, Who Naatey’ and Teray Anay Ke Baad; PTV’s Pani Pe Panah; ARY Digital’s Dil Ke Afsanay and Manzil and APlus’ Dard Ashna. In year 2007, Farah appeared in a TV movie entitled Women’s Freedom as the wife of Aslam Sheikh’s character. In 2013, she played a motherly role on Hum TV’s Tanhai and on Geo TV’s Rukhsaar. Recently, she was featured on ARY Digital’s Qismat, helmed by Shahid Younus and Aamir Yousuf’s Aitraz. In 2014, Farah was also featured in Kamran Akbar Khan’s Dil Ka Darwaza, aired on Hum TV. This year, the actress was also cast on TV One’s Zara si Bhool, helmed by Atif Rathore.