Full Name: Sabila Nur
Birth Date: May 27, 1995
Birth Place: Dhaka, Bangladesh
Height: 5 feet 6 inches
Occupation: Model, Actress
Years active: 2014-present
Spouse (s): Nehal Taher (m. 2019-)
Zodiac sign: Gemini
Sabila Nur is a Bangladeshi popular actress and model. The beautiful model comes to the timeline around the country with the telefilm ‘U-Turn’. She is endorsed by the various leading commercial brand in Bangladesh for their television commercial.
Sabila is a well-known face on the small screen of the country. She is considered one of the rising stars of the country who has been popular with the young generation within a very short time.
Sabila Nur Early Life:
Sabila Nur was born on May 27, 1995, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She was much affectionate about dancing from early childhood. Sabila learned dancing from Bulbul Lalitakala Academy and achieved 1st class in dancing as well as becoming Champion in Poddokuri. She is a student at North South University in BBA.
Sabila Nur Career:
Sabila Nur kicked off the journey in the media industry by modeling for the country’s largest telecom company Grameen Phone. Then she never looked back on her career and got lots of chances for TVC as well as a television drama.
She made her debut in the drama world with the ‘U-Turn’ where she starred in the role of a drug-addicted girl and got positive acclamation from the critics and audience. Sabila showed off a terrific performance in the drama ‘Teen Teen’ and ‘Chemistry’.
She played a magnificent role in the drama ‘Monkey Business’. The drama was a commercial success in the country. Now, she is a well-known and popular actress in Bangladesh who consistently entertaining since early her career. She is most popular with the young people of Bangladesh. Obviously, she is one of the most talented models in Bangladesh.
Sabila Nur married her long time boyfriend Nehal Taher in Ocotber 2019, at Officers’ Club Dhaka. He is a broadcast engineer who hails from Chandpur.
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