On The Mirza Malik Show, Humayun Saeed shares sweet memories

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On The Mirza Malik Show, Humayun Saeed shares sweet memories

Humayun Saeed is one of the Pakistani actors who has been successful in transitioning from supporting roles to major roles in cult classics. Saeed is hailed as one of the greatest actors to ever dominate both small and large screens. He has built a name for himself in Hollywood and Bollywood, the former of which brought him international acclaim for his acting skills. Saeed has a distinguished history in Pakistani show business, and he enjoys reflecting on his past in interviews. This is what he did most recently on The Mirza Malik show , which is hosted by the sporting power couple Sania Mirza and Shoaib Malik.

Saeed replied to the most important query of all during his conversation with the famous couple: “How does it feel to be Humayun Saeed after 25 years?” In response, the actor from Mein Ek Din Laut Kay Aaoon Ga said, “I come from a conservative household and my father, being religious, didn’t want me to work in the acting industry thus I kept my first project from my parents. They eventually learned about it from other people, and oddly enough, my father didn’t put me in school.

When he would go out and people would know him, the Bin Roye actor joked that he “felt being Humayun Saeed” at the time. The 51-year-old actor discussed his Netflix debut in the hit series The Crown, which catapulted Saeed to global fame, and said that despite the season’s nine episodes, his part, Dr. Hasnat Khan, was “short but well-written and left an influence on the entire series.”

The renowned actor from Punjab Nahi Jaungi remembers how intimidating the project initially was for him. The Project Ghazi actor claimed that Elizabeth Debicki “helped” him “calm his jitters” and seamlessly transition into his part.

The Pakistani heartthrob claimed that Debicki’s remarks off-screen helped him gain confidence because he is a rather shy person. Saeed, an actor with numerous awards and a track record of achievement, firmly believes that “practice makes a man perfect.” No matter what profession you are in, the Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan star opined, “You can always do better.”

The Meray Paas Tum Ho actor asserted that she had a wide range of economically successful ventures “It is challenging to do a movie every year. Producing a movie, working on the plot, and involving the production staff takes at least two years.”

Saeed was more than delighted to reflect on his experience and share it with the audience and hosts after traveling a far distance from Inteha to The Crown and a number of other projects in his pipeline. Saeed hummed Dilbar Mere when asked what song he used to sing in his early days of struggle.

The Ehd-e-Wafa actor had enough to say about both his personal and professional lives. The Yalghaar actor confessed that he frequently sings the timeless song Hamen Tumse Pyar Kitna for his beautiful wife and producer, Samina Humayun Saeed.

The Primary Hoon Shahid Afridi’s favourite female co-stars were also mentioned, including Mahira Khan, Mehwish Hayat, Nadia Jamil, and a few others.

Saeed has lately appeared in the films Bin Roye, Meray Paas Tum Ho, Ehd-e-Wafa, and The Crown. The following films starring Saeed are Love You Guru and Ma Wagas Nahi Jao Ga.

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