Acting was something that Farah Nadeem was probably destined to do following in the footsteps of her family members Sultana Siddiqui and Mahnoor Baloch. Farah made her debut in the year 1998 after being cast in the Pakistan Television (PTV) drama 'Kashish'. She was introduced to television by the veteran director Kazim Pasha.
From there onwards, Farah appeared in a number of dramas on PTV such as 'Sham Se Pehle' (1999), 'Tipu Sultan' (1999) and 'Woh Kaun Hai' (2000). She was awarded a number of awards for her performances in 'Sham Se Pehle' and 'Tipu Sultan'. Although she has mostly been cast as supporting cast, Farah was able to impress the audiences through her dedication towards her work.
After private entertainment channels were launched in Pakistan, Farah was seen in a number of dramas that garnered immense popularity among the viewers. These include 'Dil Diya Dehleez' (Hum TV), 'Maasi Aur Malika' (Geo TV), 'Chaar Chaand' (Geo TV), 'Pani Pe Panah' (PTV), 'Dil Ke Afsanay' (ARY Digital), 'Woh Rishtey, Woh Naatey' (Geo TV), 'Teray Anay Ke Baad' (Geo TV) and 'Manzil' (ARY Digital). She also acted in the long play 'Gul Khan' (ARY Digital).