Sanober Kabir

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Sanober Kabir is a former Bollywood actress. She was born to Sabiha and NS Kabir. [1] She is the niece of actor Raza Murad and great-niece of veteran actor Murad. Her cousin is actress Sonam. She made her debut in Sawan Kumar Tak’s movie ‘Mother 98’, starring Rekha. After acting in few Bollywood flicks, Sanober decided to shift focus with her career and concentrated on television. After doing some TV Serials like Tum Bin Jaoon Kahaan, Arzoo Hai Tu and Karishma, [2] she turned to singing and launched her remix album "Bombshell Babe". The tune from that album Meri Beri Ke Ber Mat Todo was a huge hit. In 2010, Sanober married actor Rajeev Singh who is the winner of 2001 Manhunt International. [3]


Music and Music Videos

2003The Return Of Kaanta MixMeri Beri Ke BerSanober
2005Bombshell BabesKaan Mein JhumkaSanober
2005DJ Hot Remix Volume 4Kaan Mein JhumkaSonu Nigam & Kalpana
2006Sanober & The Masti ExpressSoniye Dil Nahi Lagda Tere BinaSanober

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  1. "Sanober Kabir ties the knot!". The Times of India. 31 January 2010. Retrieved 24 July 2019.
  2. "Mature roles? Why not, says Sanober?". The Times of India . 30 July 2010. Archived from the original on 12 November 2013.
  3. "Sanober Kabir ties the knot!?". The Times of India . 31 January 2010. Archived from the original on 29 October 2013.