Born/date of Birth: 23rd September, 1993
Place of Birth: Karachi, Pakistan
Occupation: Classical and modern contemporary dancer, actress
Known for: Sanjha,My Pure Land
Parents: Attiya Dawood
Suhaee Abro is a Pakistani dancer and actress. She specialises in the field of dance and is a trained classical dancer. Suhaee works in television plays, theatre, documentaries and music videos. She won best New Television Sensation Awarad (Female) at 1st Hum Awards 2013. She is the daughter of Sindhi poet and activist Attiya Dawood.
Suhaee Abro was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan. Her mother (Attiya Dawood) is a well-known poet. Her father (Khuda Bux Abro), a visual artist, introduced her to many different kinds of world music.
Abro began her training in classical dance at the age of seven from classical dancer Sheema Kermani, and performed in her first music video at the age of eight. She began appearing in telefilms when she was twelve.
In 2010, after an injury that required surgery to her tailbone, Abro's doctor warned her not to dance. Because she had promised to perform a dance at her school, however, Abro performed sitting on the edge of the stage, just moving her hands and face, earning applause from the audience.
Abro was diagnosed with epilepsy in her late teens.
Career as a dancer
Having already performed in many music videos, Abro gave her first public solo performance in 2011, at Karachi's T2F, at an evening of some of her mother's poetry.
Abro specialises in Bharatanatyam, and has also learnt Kathak and Odissi, three of eight forms of Indian classical dance and also choreographing and performing Sufi, folk, modern/contemporary as well other genres of classical dance. Abro is also one of the founders and Dance Director/Performing Artist of the group Nritaal