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As of , she is around 53 years old. From a young age, she was interested in acting and dance, and was taught traditional Punjabi dances by her maternal grandmother. In , she married acclaimed director Syed Noor after quietly dating for multiple years, who is 16 years her senior. Although the wedding took place in , they did not announce it until Due to this, Noor was accused of announcing her marriage to bring attention to her career, which at that stage was in a slump.
Syed labelled her his muse, and she has starred in 32 of his movies since On 31 December , Syed has a mild paralysis stroke and Noor immediately put her career on hold to nurse him back to health. She followed it up with the movie Khatarnaak, and both performances earned her rave reviews from the critics. Her success with her first two movies led to her landing major roles in the Punjabi blockbuster films Baazigor, Choorian and Majagan.
In , after her husband recovered from his health issues, he wrote and directed the critically acclaimed Shareeka which he cast Saima in. Throughout her career she has been praised for her abilities in acting as well as singing and dancing, and has received multiple awards.
The most notable being at the Lux Style Awards, where she has won the award for best actress in both the categories of film and television. The book was initially banned by parliament, but was subsequently released on the black market. The book stated that she had been having an affair with Asif Ali Zardazri, who had served as the 11th President of Pakistan. At the time, he was married to the well-known politician Benazir Bhutto, who had also served as president prior to his election, and it was said that his wife had found them together.
The book alleged that Noor used the affair to gain traction in her career due to the influence Zardazri had.
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