What do you say that hasn’t been said before or hasn’t been written about him? He is a true performer, a nouveau romantic and a charmer.
He has proved himself time and again and what a success it has been his latest movie ‘Punjab Nahe Jayoun Ge’ opposite Mewish Hayat.
Humayun is quite a human dynamo, as subtle as his presence in the fraternity is. With countless awards to his name, successful production houses and movies to his credit, he should have an air about him, but he lets his on-screen persona do all the talking.
Add a dollop of wise choices and intelligent conversation into the mix and the combination is nothing short of interesting.
Humayun dons as a villain in Yalghaar, in which he’ll be playing the anti-hero. The need to experiment as he was seen in JPNA as a comic hero. He planned to make his first TV serial in four years, after Yalghaar which is the much talked about and blockbuster Dil Lagi .
Despite having acted in and produced over a dozen prominent plays through the years, it’s films that have rocked his boat and that’s a journey that began with Samina Peerzada’s Inteha in 1999. Main Hoon Shahid Afridi came a long fourteen years later – and there has been the odd film or two in between – but it’s Bin Roye that gave him the much longed fame back . And then it was the Jeewani Phir NaheAni . And now its Punjab Nahe Jayoun Ge.
Actor, producer and entrepreneur (he still manages a design house in Karachi) Humayun Saeed feels that it’ll take Pakistan’s mushrooming new film industry several months to accomplish an identity of its own. Everything is hit and trial right now.