Humayun Saeed

Humayun Saeed Biography

Humayun Saeed is a Pakistani actor and producer. Saeed established the media production house Six Sigma Plus which produces television drama serials and commercial movies.

He was born on 27th July 1971, in the metropolitan city of Pakistan, Karachi. He took his early education from Nasra School, Karachi. Humayun Saeed Studied commerce at St. Patrick College, Karachi. Before joining the drama industry, he got the marriage to Samina Saeed. He is now a producer of a Pakistani drama serial.

He appeared in many dramas and films and won several awards. His famous film name is Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, main Punjab Nahi Jaungi, and many other films.

Humayun Saeed is often called a box office king in Pakistan.

Humayun Saeed Personal Information

Name: Humayun Saeed
In Urdu: ہمایوں سعید
Famous As: Actor
Nationality: Pakistani
Residence: Karachi
Education: Bachelor’s degree in commerce
Religion: Islam
Profession: Actor and Producer
Years Active: 1995-present
Debut Drama: Karooron Ka Aadmi
Debut Movie: Inteha
Website: N/A
Awards : He got a number of awards
Born Date: 27th July 1971
Siblings : Salman Saeed Amir Saeed Adnan Saeed
Place: Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Ethnicity: Asian
Parents: Not known
Spouse: Samina Humayun Saeed
Children: None

Humayun Saeed Body Measurements Height, Weight

Waist Size: 36 Inches
Shoe Size: 8.5 US
Dress Size: 12 US
Chest Size: 42 Inches

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Humayun Saeed Date of Birth

He was born on  27th July 1971 in Karachi where he spent all his life. Currently, he still resides there with his family.

Humayun Saeed Career

Saeed first appeared on television at the end of 1995. He accepted roles in various drama serials, appearing alongside other actors such as Aamina Haq and Faryal Gohar. Taking up modeling as a side-by-side profession, Saeed soon received coverage for “his looks, his etiquette and above all, for his impressive voice.”

His first television play was ‘Ye Jahan.’ In 1996, he was declared Best Actor, at the TVT Performance Awards, for his performance in the play “Ab tum ja sakte ho.” The same year he earned another Best Actor award for his performance in the telefilm Zeher.’ His First Television Serial was ‘Karooron Ka Aadmi’.

Humayun Saeed Early Life and Education

Humayun Saeed was born on 27 July 1971 in Karachi. He attended Nasra School in Karachi. As a student, he excelled in his studies and earned distinction throughout his academic career till matriculation. He later enrolled himself at a prominent institution St. Patrick’s college in Karachi and earned a bachelor’s degree in commerce.

Humayun stated that he was happily employed at a garments factory, as a general manager, before he got into showbiz. While growing up, Humayun described himself as very shy.

Humayun Saeed Family

Humayun Saeed’s father’s name is Mohammad Saeed and his mother’s name is Zakia Rana Saeed. Saeed has four brothers Amir Saeed, Adnan Saeed, and Salman Saeed. Salman Saeed is a Pakistani actor who is seen working in a television series.

Humayun Saeed Drama

  • Chandni Raatein – 2002
  • Mehndi – 2003
  • Riyasit – 2005
  • Doraha – 2008
  • Aashti – 2009
  • Ishq Junoon Dewangi – 2009
  • Ishq Ki Inteha – 2009
  • Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan – 2010
  • Daam – 2010
  • Uraan – 2010
  • Omer Dadi Aur Gharwale – 2011
  • Tum Ho Ke Chup – 2011
  • Kaafir – 2011
  • Mohabbat Rooth Jaye Toh – 2011
  • Ladies Park – 2011
  • Neeyat – 2011
  • Dil Lagi – 2016
  • Bin Roye – 2017

Humayun Saeed Movies

  • Inteha (1999)
  • No Paisa, No Problem (2000)
  • Main Ek Din Laut Kay Aun Ga (2007)
  • Khulay Asmaan Kay Neechay (2008)
  • Jashnn (2009)
  • Main Hoon Shahid Afridi (2013)
  • Bin Roye (2015)
  • Jawani Phir Nahi Aani (2015)
  • Isteqamat (2016)
  • Project Ghazi (2017)
  • Yalghaar (2017)
  • Punjab Nahi Jaungi (2017)
  • Jawani Phir Nahi Aani 2 (2018)

Dramas Produced by Humayun Saeed

  • Moorat – 2005
  • Riyasat – 2005
  • Manzil – 2006
  • Makan – 2006
  • Sarkar Sahab – 2007
  • Doraha – 2008
  • Meri Zaat Zara-e-Benishan – 2010
  • Daam – 2010
  • Talafi – 2012
  • Gul-e-Rana – 2016

Humayun Saeed Interest

He is learning from every mistake and patience is his strength of Humayun. His father is not happy when he starts working in showbiz. But friends praised my work, and he accepted and that time is valuable in life.

His father is praying for his work and he is so possessive about friends. Politics is a very boring subject according to him. If he does not join showbiz, he wants to become a world-class cricketer.

Humayun Saeed Awards & Achievements

Humayun Saeed has so far received numerous awards, beginning with a PTV Award for his work in Ab Tum Jaa Saktay Ho, in 1996. It was followed in 2002 by another PTV Award for his work in Kangan. Meanwhile, in 2000, he won a National Award for his role in Inteha.

He has earned seven Lux Style Awards for his roles in Chandni Ratain (2003), Mehndi (2004), Hum Say Judaa Na Hona (2005), Koi Tau Barish (2008) Ishq Junoon Deewangi (2010), Jawani Phir Nahi Ani (2016) and Punjab Nahi Jaungi (2016).

He has also earned Array Awards for his roles in Main Hoon Shahid Afridi (2014) and Jawani Phir Nahi Ani (2016)

On 23 March 2021, he received the prestigious Pride of Performance Award from the President of Pakistan.

Humayun Saeed Awards

  • Best actor (for Ab tum ja saktay ho)
  • Best actor (for Zeher)
  • Best actor (for Sawal)
  • Best actor (for Umeed-e-Sehr)
  • Best actor (for Kankgan)
  • Television Times Viewer’s Choice Award (for Inteha)

Humayun Saeed FAQS

Q. In how many Pakistani films have you acted to date?

A. Just two. They are director Sameena Peerzada’s Inteha, a mega-hit, and director Faizal Bukhari’s No Paisa No Problem.

Q. Is it true that you’re hailed as the Shah Rukh Khan of Pakistan television?

A. Yes, because I’ve played the maximum number of romantic characters on television. Shaan is hailed as the Shah Rukh Khan of Pakistani films for the same romantic reason.

Q. Which is the first TV serial you acted in?

A. Director Tasneem Aslam’s Yeh Jahan way back in 1996 after I called it quits and joined the textile and garments business.

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