Thursday, April 29, 2010

Tv Drama Writer /Actor Umer Sharif


Omer Sharif, (Urdu: عمر شریف, also spelled Omer Sharif) (born 19 April 1948 in the town of Liaquatabad in Karachi, Sindh) is a legendary Pakistani stand-up comedian, stage, film and television actor, writer, director and producer. His original name is Mohammed Omer, however he changed that to Omer Sharifwhen he joined the theater and later changed that to Omer Sharif.
He rose to fame due to his work on stage and his stage shows are considered among the most popular in Pakistan. He started his showbiz career from Karachi as stage performer at the age of 14.
Sharif became one of the most well known stage performers in Pakistan after his extremely popular 1985 comedy stage plays Bakra Qistoon Pay and Buddha Ghar Pe Hai. In both of them he starred along with another comedy legend Moin Akhter. Much of the success comes from the fact that he started to record his stage shows and the videocassettes were rented out in a similar fashion to movies. Yes Sir Eid, No Sir Eid, followed by Bakra Qistoon Pay were the first stage shows to come out on video.
Bakra Qistoon Pay is considered to be the show that made stage plays what they are today in Pakistan. Before the advent of Bakra Qistoon Pay majority stage shows in Pakistan used to be classy with rather poetic dialogs. After Bakra Qistoon Pay (Goat on installments) stage shows became a vibrant, majorly comical (and often gritty) part of the Pakistani culture. It has also sparked many sequels. He has also produced films like Mr. 420, Mr. Charlie, Miss Fitna, etc.
The popularity of Bakra Qistoon Pay also crossed the border into India as well and Umer Sharif became a famous name in India as well. Many of his famous dialogues were copied in Bollywood movies. Sharif is in process of completing his first Indian movie, Tum Mere Ho, as a director.
He has received the following awards:
  • Best Director and Best Actor National Awards in 1992 for Mr. 420
  • Ten (10) Nigar Awards - He is the only one to receive 4 Nigar Awards in a single year
  • Three (3) Graduate Awards
  • Best Drama Writer
  • Best Actor
  • Best Director
  • Four (4) Awami Awards
  • Best Stage Actor (1984)
  • Best Stage Director (1988)
  • Cassette Melody Awards
  • Best Award for Hat trick in Audio Cassettes
  • One (1) International Emirates Award in Dubai
  • National Defence College Pakistan Shield
  • Two (2) Bolan Awards
  • Musavir Award
  • Chicago Award (1992)
  • Award in Los Angeles (1996)
  • Waheed Murad Award
  • Trend Changer Award from Karachi in 1993
  • Lahore Press Club Award for Excellent Performance, 1996
  • Jang Akhbar Award
  • Khabrain Award
  • Sadaaqat News Paper Award
  • Award from Allama Iqbal Medical College
  • Key to the City of Karachi: For the first time in the history of Pakistan's film industry the key of any city was presented to an actor.

Stage shows

  • Budha Ghar Per Hai
  • Bakra Qistoon Pay
  • Bakra Qistoon Pay Part 2
  • Bakra Qistoon Pay Part 3
  • Bakra Qistoon Pay Part 4
  • Yeah Hai Naya Tamasha
  • One Day Eid Match
  • Yes Sir Eid, No Sir Eid
  • Aao Sach Bolein
  • Tera Bakra Mera Qasai
  • Nayee Ammi Purana Abba
  • Dulhan Main Le Jaonga
  • Eid Tere Naam
  • Samad Bond 007
  • Umer Sharif in Jungle
  • Hum Sey Mil
  • Flight 420
  • Eid Aashiqon Ki
  • Mamu Mazaq Mat Karo
  • Akbar-e-Azam in Pakistan
  • Ye To Houseful Ho Gaya
  • New York Se New Karachi
  • Angoor Khatte Hain
  • Meri Bhi To Eid Karade
  • Nach Meri Bulbul
  • Dulha 2002
  • Chaudhry Plaza
  • Hum Sab Aik Hain
  • Umar Sharif Hazar Ho
  • Hum Sa Ho Tu Samnay Aai
  • Omer Sharif Behrupia
  • Beauty Parlour
  • Meri Jaan Thanedaar
  • Valima Tayyar Hai
  • Salaam Karachi
  • Petrol Pump
  • Begum Meri BBC
  • andaz apna apna
  • umar sharief show 84


  • Umer Sharif vs. Umer Sharif
  • Koi Hay Jo Hamain Hasa-ay
  • Fifty-Fifty
  • Parda na uthao
  • The Shareef Show
  • one day eid match


  • Hisaab (1986)
  • Kundan
  • Aag he Aag
  • Aawargi
  • Dushmano Kay Dushman
  • Barood Ki Chaaon
  • Jhutay Raees
  • Chupay Rustam
  • Laad Sahab
  • Khotay Sikkay
  • Rani Beti Raj Karay Ge
  • Aik Ko Das Numbari
  • Nehla Dehla
  • Duniya Meri Jaib Mein
  • Danda Peer
  • Behrupia
  • Sahab Bibi Aur Tawaif
  • Hathkari
  • Mehelay Daar
  • Buth Shikan
  • Muskurahat
  • Mastana Mahi
  • Actor
  • Phool
  • Mr. 420
  • Mr. Charlie (1992)
  • Miss Fitna (1993)

    Personal life

    In early life he worked in a welding shop. He has 2 sons.

    Tv Drama Actress Atiqa Odho

    Atiqa Odho 

    Atiqa Odho, From Her Show Atiqa O, On HumTV « Pakistani Sexy Screen ... 

    Television Long-Plays
    AAKS: 1991 / PTV
    Writer: Ms. Naila Ansari Director: Mr. Ghazanfar Ali
    TALAASH: 1992 / PTV
    Writer: Mr. Anwar Maqsood Director: Ms.Atiqa Odho
    Writer: Dr. Anwar Sajjad Director: Ms. Saira Kazmi
    Writer: Mr. Mohd Ahmed Director: Ms. Marina Khan
    Writer: Mr. Mohd Ahmed Director: Ms. Marina Khan
    Writer: Mr. Mohd Ahmed Director: Ms. Mehreen Jabbar
    Writer: Mr. Zafar Miraj Director: Mr. Kamran Qureshi
    Writer: Mr. Sarmad Sultan Khoosat Director: Mr. Sarmad Khoosat

    Television serials

    • Sitara Aur Mehrunissa (1992)
    • Dasht (1993)
    • Nijat (1993)
    • Angaarvadi (1994)
    • Junoon (1996)
    • Super Musician and Singer Faisal Ismail
    • Tum Hee To Ho (1999)
    • Aan (2001)
    • Kirchiyan (2002)
    • Cahahtain (2003)
    • Harjai (2003)
    • Karishmay(2007)
    • Nasl(2003)
    • Atiqa O(2008)


    • Jo Darr Gya Woh Marr Gya
    • Mummy
    • Mujhe Chand Chahiye

    Tv Drama Actress Bushra Ansari

    Bushra Ansari

    Bushra Ansari, is a Pakistani television compere, actress and producer. Bushra Ansari was born in Karachi. She is daughter of an eminent journalist and writer Ahmad Bashir. Bushra studied in Lahore at Lady Griffin School and then she did intermediate from famous Lahore College for Women University, completed her BA in 1977 from Waqarunnisa College in Rawalpindi.

    Bushra married TV producer "Iqbal Ansari" on June 11, 1978, who encouraged her to resume acting. Her first appearance was in one of his productions, and since then she has appeared in many programmes, including Angan Tehra, Show Time, Fifty Fifty, Show Sha, Rang Tarang, and Emergency Ward.

    Bushra is a popular and versatile actress, equally at ease with comedy or serious drama. She is an excellent singer, a lively compere, and a gifted mimic. She has also worked as a model. Bushra has visited many countries and won many awards, including the Pride of Performance Award in 1989.

    Presently Bushra Ansari host a television show Brunch with Bushra on Geo TV. The show is On Air on every Sunday

    Tv Drama Actress Tooba Siddiqui

    Tooba Siddiqui

    Tooba Siddiqui is a Pakistani model who makes her celluloid debut with Saqib Malik's Ajnabee Shehr Mein.

    Tooba started her career from a charity show and soon afterwards she did her first photoshoot with Ather Shahzad. She started modeling for the Pakistani fashion industry towards the beginning of 2000.Since the start of her career she has appeared on numerous Pakistani fashion magazines and has done photoshoots for several agencies. The notable shoots include those of Deevees and Diva.She has also proved her catwalk recently as a Marylin Monroein a sunsilk style show.She has proved her talent in the drama serials like Hum Tv production "Baityan", "Shayad kay bahar aye" and TV one drama serial "Rastay Dil kay".

    Tv Drama Actress Mehreen Raheel

    Mehreen Raheel

    Mehreen Raheel one of the pakistan's leading model.She is the daughter of renowned pakistani actress seemi raheel so showbiz was not a new thing to her. She did a couple of more commercials when she was around 13 or 14. She also did a play called Ajnabee Rastay where she was portrayed as a minor character. She later went to London and achieved a diploma in dancing, drama, and script writing.She has featured in numerous big commercials Lipton, Head & shoulder, Pantene and Telenor, Ptcl etc.She has also done ads and photography for clothes and jewellery. When she came back from London, she entered in the media business.She did outstanding performance in Ary Tv drama serial "Gardish" and "Kothi No.156" on geo tv show.and proved her acting talent.

    Tv Drama Actress Sonia Khan

    Sonia Khan

    Sonia Khan is a charming pakistani television celebrity.She started her career with modelling and then entered in the world of acting.The gorgeous actress played lead roles in many paki tele serials. and proved her talent.Shehas been off the screen for a while but now she has begun her second go in pakistani showbiz.She has been hosting a celebrity chat show "soniya's lounge".She has been busy with her other three projects two soaps "jo baat ghar me hai"," sultanat" and as a host of challenging programme "power Trip".

    Drama Serials

    Mohabbat ab nahi hogi (PTV)
    Ahsaas (PTV)
    Gharbeetiyan (PTV)
    Pyari Shammo (Geo)
    Koi Tou Baarish (ARY)
    Sarmaya (Indus Tv)

    Tv Drama Actress Amna Haq

    Amna Haq

    Amna Haq is a Pakistani supermodel and actress more famous as a Lux model and for her role in the television drama Mehndi.In mid-2008,She is the daughter of Pakistani politician Ghulam Mustafa Khar. the actress-model finally became engaged to Ammar; the two had been good friends for quite a while by then.Most recently she has been studying Medicine at King's College London, England.Over the years, Haq has acted in a number of Urdu dramas. Her serials such as Chaandni Raatain and Ghulam Gardish have been well received.Haq's magnum opus in drama is considered to be Mehndi: The Color of Emotions, a star-studded drama which instantaneously shot her to new heights of fame. The drama became popular not only for its well-written storyline, but also for the acting by various actors. Haq's acting, in particular, won fantastic reviews from critics.
    Pakistani photographers Arshad Tareen, Athar Shahzad and Tapu Javeri have deemed her the most photogenic model and a pleasure to work with. Standing at 5'3" she has also catwalked for a coterie of designers including HSY[citation needed].
    She has also been selected as a Brand Ambassador for Levi's Jeans and is the Ambassador for Depilex's 'Smile Again Foundation,' a charity that helps female acid burn victims.
    Haq has done a few international commercials, notably in Canada and was interviewed by 'French Vogue'. She has also been a centerfold for French Vogue. Haq was also on the panel of judges for the International Model Pageant. She is the only model who has been a Lux Girl for the past 8 years

    List of Television Serials
    Chaandni Raatain
    Chupke Chupke
    Jaye Kahan Yeh Dil
    Ghulam Gardish
    Music Videos
    Ankhoon ne Ankhoon ko
    Channa ve channa
    Cho Ke Dekho
    Bohut Gerem

    Tv Drama Actress Farah Shah

    Farah Shah

    Farah shah is one of the cute pakistani television actress/model.She has done many drama serials and soon reached high in pakistani television industry.The famous model got popularity with her drama serials, tobah taik singh, landa bazar and chashman.She proved her talent in all character that she played.She played an innocent girl in the drama serial chashman and was praised and the same girl was appreciated for her acting in Landa Bazar as an outspoken girl.She has recently signed a movie "Samjhota Express" with Khalil-ur-Rehman, the writer of drama serials "landabazzar" and "Boota from Tooba Tek singh". She first denied regarding signing the film, but now a website has confirmed about her signing the film.

    Tv Drama Actress Nadia Khan

    Nadia Khan

    Nadia Khan (born May 22 1979) is a Pakistani television presenter, actress and producer.

    Nadia was born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan to Aslam Khan and Tahira Khan on May 22 1970. Her father is a retired Army Colonel while her mother is a housewife. She has two bothers, one older and one younger and one older sister who lives in USA. She made her TV debut through NTM in 1996 at the young age of 17. Her first cousin, also her sister in-law was working with NTM, which was at that time introducing a lot of young upcoming talents as hosts and announcers. Nadia instantly became a household name in Pakistan due to her spontaneous and witty personality. She then hosted a show called "Daak Time" (Mail Time) with Uncle Sargam which was a huge hit on PTV.

    Nadia Khan married Khawar Iqbal in 2000 and left Pakistan entertainment world and moved to Dubai, though making a successful comeback later in 2003.

    Nadia quit acting after she got married in 2000 but she returned as a anchor on ARY Digital's morning show "Good Morning Asia" the show went on air from Dubai in the year 2003. After leaving ARY Digital for unknown reasons in 2006, she moved to the rival channel Geo TV, actress Marina Khan took Nadia's place at ARY Digital starting her own semi-successful morning show which ended in 2008 after a short run. She is currently the host of Geo TV's morning show called Nadia Khan Show – Geo Mazay Say. Her show features interviews with Pakistani celebrities, artists, performers, athletes, and politicians. There are also segments on Islam, health, beauty, etc. Her show is the most-watched morning show in Pakistan, and has gotten high ratings throughout it's run on Geo TV.

    Tv Drama Actress Marina khan

    Marina khan

    Marina Khan is a famous Pakistani actress born in 1962 in Peshawar, Pakistan[1]. She has worked in many blockbuster drama serials, such as Tanhaiyaan, Dhoop Kinare and Nijaat.

    Marina Khan made her debut in a PTV drama called "Rashid Minhas Shaheed". She received her real breakthrough from popular drama serial Tanhaiyaan in which she appeared along with Shehnaz Shiekh. Currently Marina Khan hosts a popular morning show programme on ARY Digital called Marina Mornings. Its last show was aired on July 19 2008. Besides, she also runs a production house named as Fat-Cat Production. She has hosted a number of cooking shows.

    her favourite television serials are Tanhaiyaan (1986), Ehsaas (1987) ,
    Dhoop Kinare (1987), PTV Padosi (1992), Nijaat (1993), Farar (1996), Tumse Kehna Tha, Khali Haath, Tanha

    Tv Drama Actress Faryal Gohar

    Faryal Gohar

    Faryal Gohar is an acclaimed Pakistani actress, television writer, human right activist from Karachi Sindh, Pakistan. Faryal Gohar was married to Jamal Shah the couple has divorced.Daughter of well know social scientist and enthropolgist Khadija Ali Gohar, younger sister of Madiha Gohar and Amir Ali gohar, Faryal studied in American International School, Kinnaird College Lahore and McGill University Canada. Her contributions to poverty alleviation were appreciated by the Planning Commission of Pakistan.

    Tv Drama Actress Maria Wasti

    Maria Wasti


    Maria Wasti considered it an opportunity and pure luck to have landed in such a happening business. And fortunately she did not run out of that luck not even when it came to family matters. Her family supported her decision to take on acting as a career. Her mother was away and not in town when she made her debut in the play which was to be her line of work in the future. It all happened in a jiffy. One day she was not there and when she returned she found her daughter had become a TV actor. But one must say that her mom was quite cool about it and allowed Maria to continue acting. The girl was simultaneously pursuing her Business Management degree.
    Maria was not the only one in the family who tried this form of art. Her sister had also dabbled in acting but didn’t like the experience so she gave up the idea for good; whereas, Maria had found her calling. Today, she is a beacon of style and talent. She’s come a long way since her Kallu days (another one of her memorable dramas). She’s loaded on the oomph factor something that makes her a darling with the media as well as with the audiences. It is hard work and dedication that goes in her favour, but above all it is luck that plays an important part in shaping your career or your life for that matter. It was luck, the right timing and most importantly talent that got her where she is today.
    It may seem that the glitterati live in a different world, a world of glitz and dazzle with every moment a scintillating one. But in actuality, Maria, unlike many showbiz and glamour icons, is a down-to-earth and an unassuming person. It’s her devotion and dedication that has made her one of the most sought after female actors of present times. Versatility, with a healthy dash of spiritualism and an intelligent mind describes her best. But who is she, really? That is something that has always remained somewhat of an enigma. For, whenever she gives an interview she deliberately manoeuvres the topic of her personal life and brings it to practical life.
    A true Leo, Maria does not believe in deviating from her goals; acting is her first and last love. She has not even tried to dabble in the various genres of showbiz… except production. It has been heard that the girl has been involved in some production work in recent months. A witty soul, with a highly developed sense of humour, and a Maria Wastikeen observation, she could well have landed a successful director but she refrains from taking on that particular role. She calls herself a director’s actor and has no plans of directing… not at the moment. Maybe at a later stage we might see Maria helming TV projects but that’s not on the cards; for the time being she’s content being an actor and producer. Maria likes her privacy and expects others (especially media) to respect that. She’s quite aware of the prevalent lobby system in showbusiness, but always claims to hail from no specific lobby. However, she believes that there’s nothing wrong in lobbying as long as you’re not damaging anyone’s cause. In her opinion, it exists for the reason that actors often do not want to risk working with people they do not know or are not sure of, which to quite an extent is true.
    Success, for Maria does not hold much meaning as she believes that to be successful in Pakistan is not a big deal. It’s not like it is in Hollywood. As humble as Maria tries to be, she cannot deny the fact that she is one of the most indispensable faces of showbiz. Considering the girl has sass, the girl has style it is surprising then that she has not opted for ramp modelling. And that’s because she claims to have neither the height nor the size to be a model. Self- deprecating now, wouldn’t you agree?
    Always on the move and doing projects all over the hemisphere, it’s Lahore where she heads to for relaxation. Basically she’s stationed in Lahore, but in the recent few years she had been shuttling between various places, especially Karachi and Lahore and it was then that she realised she could no longer live out of a suitcase. Hence, Karachi is as much home to her as is Lahore.
    At present, Maria is concentrating on her production ventures and equally devoting time to her acting career. She’s someone who does not believe in long term planning and takes life as it comes. So she would much rather leave it all up to fate and would wait and see what the future holds for her. With the looks of a siren, she is still a little girl at heart, who feels life is to be valued and cherished without sulking over the unpleasant moments.

    Maria Wasti ’s latest photo shoot for Mag weekly


    Tv Drama Actress Bindiya


    She pursued her dream in television and films despite her conservative family that had a hostile attitude towards her showbiz aspirations from day one. Bindya, the bold and beautiful artiste ruled the roost throughout the 1980s and well into the ’90s. Today, she is back in Pakistan with a bang after a long hiatus of some 14 years.
    She left showbiz at the height of her career, disappearing mysteriously and not being initially missed. But as time wore on, questions were raised of her whereabouts and as all things come to pass, her memory too got lost in the annals of time. “As they say ‘I have been to London to see the queen and frightened a little mouse under the chair’! I had gone for a music show to the US, and since my son Jahanzeb was already studying there, I felt that he needed me so I stayed on. It doesn’t seem like 14 years have passed, rather it seems like I had been there just for just 14 days. Now I am back in Pakistan and ready for action,� said Bindiya when approached by Images on Sunday.
    Q. So what made you make a comeback?
    A. To tell you the truth, I had erased that part of my life from memory and broken off all contacts with the showbiz folk simply because I felt if I stayed in touch I would miss the limelight, my fans and the adulation. I was busy taking care of my son and working for US immigration as a translator in four languages — Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi and English. Then my son convinced me to pursue my real passion and sent me packing back to Pakistan. Eights months before coming here I decided to check out the media scene in Pakistan. I randomly called up TV stations as I wanted to make a comeback through PTV. The Lahore station got me in touch with Tariq Mairaj who came highly recommended. I called him up and he offered me his serial Sitarey and the role of a lifetime. Before saying yes, I requested him to send me the script. While going through the script I suddenly realised that I was going to Pakistan to do the play.
    What is your role in Sitarey?
    Sitarey is a 13-episode serial which will run on PTV towards the end of October. Mine is the lead role of an authoritative woman who runs a business empire. There are shades of grey in my character. The role is so good that I promise all my pervious work in TV, films and theatre will surpass it. The rest obviously lies with the viewers and the media feedback.
    During your recent interview in the Nadia Khan Show some felt that the questions about your personal life put forth by the host were in somewhat bad taste. What do you think?
    People have the right to say whatever they deem right, but I think Nadia has her own style and it takes a lot of guts and confidence to host a live show. Before the show, I had told her to go ahead and ask anything she wanted to. People assume that she is arrogant but I would say she is bold enough to ask personal or controversial questions, and I am bold enough to answer them.
    My first husband was a pilot and no, he was not from Iran but from Jordan. For a while we stayed in touch through a common acquaintance then we simply lost touch. I kept getting news about him. One day I heard that he was killed in a plane crash and I bid goodbye to his memory. Suddenly, after 16 years I started getting letters from him and then one day he arrived at my doorstep with his new wife and kids whereas I had waited for him and never remarried. Seeing him with his new family left me totally speechless.
    Then in the US, my son got me married to someone as he felt that that person would make me happy. But we parted ways after one-and-half years. If we cannot get along with each other doesn’t mean that we are bad people. He did not like me taking care of my son even though he has a daughter from his first marriage. It is not that we do not respect each other. As of now who knows, I may get married again if I find Mr Right.
    Are you surprised that people still remember you after so many years?
    I always thought ‘out of sight, out of mind’ as I left the field on my own terms and came back on my own. By God’s grace, I consider myself very lucky. I can see that people still love me. I guess as an actor I did do some good work.
    Is Bindiya the person really that controversial, bold and bindaas and does this image effect her as a person?
    I am honest, open-minded and I do not pigeon hole myself in my gender. I see myself as a person who is a multi-tasker and has many facets to her personality. Yes, I am bold but not in the way that I don’t care what people say. I don’t know when the image of being bindaas stuck to me.
    My family was very conservative but my parents were open-minded to a certain extent. But not enough to allow me to be in showbiz. I was alone and rumours constantly kept popping up… it was very painful. Whatever I am today is because of my mother who supported me and my hard work. I have lived my life as a caring mother. I don’t care about gossip anymore. It’s like running water that just keeps on flowing.
    After so many years what has changed in media in Pakistan?
    I see an obvious change in the scenario but the fact is that I was called to work, I just did not land up like that. I am thankful to the whole team of Sitarey as it was a pleasure working with them. As for changes, there is no rehearsal or footwork. I call the productions of today bhagum daur productions as they are quick and fast. I have tried to gel in and just go with the flow.

    What does the future hold for the long-missed and talented Bindiya?
    I am waiting to see the feedback once the serial goes on air. Also after a good role, I am looking for more good stuff to come my way. As of now, I would love to work in television or films, even if the industry has gone to the dogs and there is one film made in 10 years. I also want to do my own productions and direct, but that will take time. I am on the road to launching myself again, but working as an actor for the time being. I am here to stay as long as people give me work and their love.

    Tv Drama Actor Talat Hussain

    Talat Hussain

    Talat Hussain in insan aur admi

    Talat Hussain (also spelled as Tallat Hussein), is a Pakistani Film/Television/Stage actor. He was born in Delhi, India, His complete name is Talat Hussain Warsi. He is the son of Altaf Hussain Warsi and Shaista Begum. His family migrated to Pakistan in 1947.

    It’s said that age is not important unless you are cheese…or an actor. It is the excellence of an actor, and the audience, which keeps you going. And the countdown is still going high for Talath Hussain — an actor par excellence.

    Talat Hussain at the pinnacle of his career as we see him today, governing the single room production company ‘Studio 9′, began as a child artist from Radio Pakistan and since then there was no looking back.
    Though, never an outstanding student, he traversed the road to success to acquire instant fame. After years of hard work, he finally decided to try this hand in directing and stepped into the realm of production. “I was forced to direct a play by a friend and after that I started my own production company,” goes Talat.

    Talat Hussain in parchaiyaan

    Adding another feather in his cap, this actor turned producer aimed at improving the standard of production which has deteriorated and is certainly not what it had been in 50’s and 60’s. Providing a reason for such an outcome he said, “when you talk about quality of production, you refer to technical facilities, content of a play, the role of a director and other professionals like engineers, editors, lighting people and set designers. If you expect quality from these things then you would have to analyse the personalities of people involved which are determined by social, cultural and intellectual environment. These very people have mediocre minds which leads to weak conceptualisation. In this case, the execution of a particular concept into reality would obviously be of low standard.”

    Drama projects reality and is based on various aspects of life. It enhances the insight into various problems and relationships. Illuminating the very fact he said, “during our times, the ruling elite represented the middle class and despite being very conservative in approach, they had a very tolerant attitude and that came into play when the policies were made. The whole scenario was changed when General Zia came into power in 70’s and 80’s. The policies became very orthodox during the Martial Law and though now that orthodoxy is receding, people governing various crucial matters are not very liberal. This very attitude restricted the creative artist and his choices due to which everything is sliced and divided into pigeon holes. It is very difficult to revert back to the era of 60’s where the quality of production is concerned and to some extent the censor policies also have a role to play.”

    Talat Hussain in aansoo

    Talat believes that people themselves are responsible for such harsh censor policies. He says that the younger generation handling production is not aware of their own cultural norms and traditions. They try to imitate what they see on foreign channels which is not in total conformity with our society and so obviously the censor becomes active. Stating his own example he said, “I have directed and produced two serials of 13 and 11 episodes respectively. Out of these only two shots have been censored. I always say that give me a boy and girl. I’ll make them sit 10 feet apart and shoot that scene in such a way that it will be censored. Then I’ll make them sit next to each other and the censor will not touch the scene.” He believes that the way a certain relationship is projected decides whether it should be censored or not. The people exercising power find normal behaviour offensive. “They belong to the rural set up and their social environment is completely opposite to the urban culture,” he said, “we make plays based on urban lines which they might find indecent and so people sitting in the parliament raise hue and cry.”
    Apart from the policies, rampant commercialism and lack of workaholic professionals is also responsible for deteriorating quality of production. Earning quick bucks is the ulterior motive of the fresh blood coming in this field

    “Our whole society has become commercial now,” he confided, “the set designers are more concerned about money, actors about glamour and directors about making a hit play and when you have to sell everything, the norms and values take a back seat.” Though, he thinks that his generation worked with passion and the priorities of the young budding actors are different. He feels that Yasir Akhtar, Nabeel and Shabbir Jan have what it takes to be good actors placing Shabbir slightly above the rest. “Shabbir has achieved that point where he can be recognised as a mature actor where as the others are still in the making.”
    Talat Hussain has worked in five western productions and found them well organised technically competent and very committed to their work. He thoroughly enjoyed working in them. “It was wonderful working with professional actors,” he expressed, reminiscing his experience in the movie Jinnah “despite being so well known, they were very down to earth. Unlike our directors, they respect the actors working for them and do not take them for granted.”

    Talat Hussain in hawaian

    He admits that there aren’t any training grounds for aspiring directors, actors and behind the scene technicians, but still he considers our dramas much better than those of India. Denouncing those who compare both, he vehemently expressed his views, “there are people who say that Indian drama is better than ours. There isn’t any comparison between the two. Their genius is in music. If you look at drama as a genre, the way it exists, it originated from Greece. If Indian drama had energy, vigour and force, it would have over shadowed Greek drama. Indian drama does exist but it is not their genius.”
    Being one of the few well read performers, his priorities are to produce the best possible serials. “I am not interested in any kind of competition,” he said while adding, “I don’t want to surpass anyone. I have always tried to produce a product with a 100 per cent attention to make it the best.” He refused to reveal any immediate future plans but is thinking of making a film.
    An internationally acclaimed outstanding performer, he aspires to prove his mettle in production as well and give something outstanding and different to the viewers.
    Talat Hussain started his career from PTV in 1967. His first television play was Arjumand. In 1972, he moved to England, and joined the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Talat Hussain’s early roles was in Jimmy Perry and David Croft’s It Ain’t Half Hot Mum. His roles in It Ain’t Half Hot Mum was The Club Proprietor (bartender) in Cabaret Time, The Bar Proprietor in Don’t Take the Mickey, The RAF Control Tower Officer in Fight to Jawani along side Jeffrey Holland and Robin Parkinson. He was also worked for BBC Radio in play Crown Coat.

    Talat has worked in several foreign films and television drama serials and long plays. He worked in some episodes of Channel Four’s television serial Traffik. In 2006, Talat Hussain won the Amanda Award for the Best Supporting Roll category in the Norwegian film Import-eksport. He also starred in Jinnah witch starred Christopher Lee who played Jinnah but Hussain played a refugee.
    Talat married to Rakhshanda in 1972 a professor of University of Karachi. They have three children (two daughters and one son). He is currently working for National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA) in Karachi.

    Talat Hussain in Mohabbat kon rokay

    Famous Plays (Dramas)

    * Aansoo, PTV
    * Arjumand, PTV
    * Des Perdes, PTV
    * Hawaaian, PTV
    * Kashkol, NTM
    * Perchaiyan, PTV
    * Tariq Bin Ziyad, PTV
    * Traffik, Channel Four
    * Typist, PTV
    * Joseph Nahi Manta, Geo Tv
    * Chand Parosa, Geo Tv
    * Maa aur Maamta, Indus Tv
    * Mohabbat Kon Rokay, ARY Tv
    * Tanveer Fatima BA, Geo Tv
    * Riyasat, Ary Tv
    * Khaali Aankhain, Ptv
    * Nadan Nadia, Ptv
    * Ana, Geo Tv
    * Woh Rishtey Woh Natey, Geo Tv
    * Kaun Jaanay Kia Hona Hai, Geo Tv
    * Thori Khushi – Thora Ghum, Ptv
    * Maa, Ptv
    * The Castle Aik Umeed, Ptv
    * Operation Dwarka 1965, Ptv

    Talat Hussain in Import-eksport (Norwegian film)

    Famous Films

    * Chiragh Jalta Raha
    * Gumnaam
    * Import-eksport (Norwegian film)
    * Insan aur Aadmi
    * Ishara
    * Jinnah – The Movie
    * Laaj
    * Qurbani
    * Sautan Ki Beti (Indian film)


    * Pride of Performance Award (1982)
    * Amanda Award (2006) Best Supporting Role – Import Eksport.

    Tv Drama Actor Shakeel ( Yusuf Kamal )


    Shakeel as Uncle Urfi
    Shakeel as Uncle Urfi
    Yusuf Kamal was born on 29th May 1938, in Bhopal, India, to a highly enlightened family. He shared the big world with his two younger brothers and a sister. Yusuf received his primary education in an English medium school, in the pre-partitioned India. Additionally, he also acquired education in a French missionary school in India.
    Yusuf migrated to Karachi, Pakistan, along with his family in 1952. Young Yusuf had a flair for acting since his childhood. During his school days in Karachi, Yusuf regularly participated in the extra curricular activities. Soon after graduation, Yusuf made his presence felt in stage plays as well.
    Yusuf Kamal changed his name to Shakeel and debuted in the 1966 film, Honehar Cast included Shakeel- Waheed Murad- Rukhsana- Tarannum- Kamal Irani. For Shakeel, the film Honehar was a challenge he met with ferocious gusto.
    Shakeel first television play was Naya Raasta, which was penned by Hasina Moin and telecast from Karachi television in 1971.
    Essentially, Shakeel is a natural actor, who applies himself earnestly as a professional duty. Karachi television presented special Eid-ul-fitr play Happy Eid, in the 1970s. Shakeel and Neelofar Abbasi, formerly known as Neelofar Aleem, came up with resplendent artistry and made Happy Eid, a memorable play. In the final moments of the play, Shakeel wishes Happy Eid, to Neelofar and she greets him with Eid Mubarak They looked right at each other and smiled. It was quite a smile.
    The will to succeed is part of the Pakistani culture. Shakeel and Neelofar Abbasi teamed up again in Haseena Moin highly successful Karachi television drama serial, Shehzori.
    You can do a world of good for yourself if you keep a steady course.
    The above statement rings too true to Shakeel. Dwelling on Shakeel immense artistic prowess, Uncle urfi,could be ranked among the three greatest drama serials in Shakeel forty-year eventful career. Cast included Shakeel in the title role of Uncle urfi, Shehla Ahmed as Beena, Qurban Jeelani as Shaheed bhai, Azra Sherwani as Ghazi, Jamshed Ansari as Hasnat bhai.
    As the story goes, Shakeel, who is super-smartly dubbed as Uncle urfi, takes interest in Beena. In reality, uncle urfi was desirous to make Beena happy. Logically, urfi should have taken Beena into confidence before doing her a favor. Instead, he kept her in the dark. The final moments of the last episode are fraught with pain and pathos.
    Urfi tells Beena with certitude, hamari shadi hogi to sara zamana deikhey ga. to which poor Beena replies, kuchh shadiyaan dil kay weerano mein bhi to ho jaati hain, sirif khuda gawah hota hai.
    The emotionally charged conclusion of  Uncle urfi, was so unexpected that literally nobody was prepared for it. Indeed, Haseena Moin had instilled so much despair in its dialogues that thirty-two years later, it still stands as a classic in its bittersweet illustration of the unbreakable bond of family.
    Further, Shakeel achieved enduring fame in Haseena Moin mega hit drama serial,Un kahi.Cast included Shakeel as Taimur, Shehnaz Sheikh as Sana Murad, Javed Sheikh as Faraz, Saleem Nasir as Sheheryar, Jamshed Ansari as Timmi.
    Initially, Taimur did not tolerated Sana Murad demeanor. But Taimur father-in-law, played by Qazi Wajid, suggests, Taimur, logoan kay chehray parha karo, ye duniya ki sub say dil chasp kitaab hotay hain. That changed Taimur perception of Sana Murad and he managed to see the sincere girl behind the confused Sana Murad.
    Most importantly, Shakeel numerous roles always heighten the sweetness of living. Uroosa, is another popular television drama serial of Shakeel. Cast includes Shakeel- Ghazala Kaifi- Adnan Siddiqui- Mishi Khan.
    As the story unfolds, Shakeel divorced his first wife, Ghazala Kaifi. Mishi Khan, who plays the title role of Uroosa, happens to be the daughter of Shakeel from his first wife, Ghazala Kaifi. Uroosa, wins everyone heart through her etiquettes. She weds Adnan Siddiqui, who lives next door.
    All the Pakistani television drama serials deal very well with Shakeel, who plays them splendidly. Shakeel is also famous for his social services. He was proactive during the recent earthquake in Pakistan. Likewise, he takes active participation in anti smoking campaign. Furthermore, Shakeel conferred awards to the winners in the most recent Pakistani television award ceremony held in Karachi.
    In recognition of his enormous contribution to the show business, Shakeel won the pride of performance award in 1992. Shakeel is a long, healthy, prosperous life, and a life really well lived.
    The other day, Shakeel attended a function. Tens of hundreds of devoted admirers gathered around Shakeel and said, hum Aap ka yaad gaar tareen kirdaar, uncle urfi, kabhi na bhool payein gey.
    Shakeel replied, Thank you and good cheer to all. Then slowly he walked away and soon vanished into the crowd.

    Shakeel movies are listed below:

    1. The 1968 film Josh-e-intiqaam, cast, Shakeel, Deeba Adeeb
    2. The 1968 film Nakhuda, cast, Shakeel- Rukhsana- Ibrahim Nafees.
    3. The 1968 film Papi, cast, Shakeel- Bano- Sitara.
    4. The 1968 film Zindigi, cast, Shakeel- Ghazala- Ejaz- Tariq Aziz
    5. The 1969 film Dastaan, cast, Shakeel- Ghazala- Rattan Kumar-
    6. The film Gharonda.
    7. The 1973 film Insaan aur gadha, cast, Shakeel, Nisho, Kamal,
    8. The 1973 film Badal aur bijli, cast, Shakeel- Nadeem- Shabnam-
    9. The 1974 film Chahat, cast, Shakeel- Shabnam- Rehman-
    10. The English film Butterflies are free.

    Some of Shakeelâ popular television drama serials and plays are listed below:

    1. Television play, Honeymoon.
    2. Television drama serial Zer, zabar, pesh.
    3. Television detective series, Naam Daar. Shakeel- Khalida Riyasat played the lead roles and solved the murder mysteries.
    4. The Children television space fiction series, Tick Tick Company.
    5. Television play series Mantorama, which were written by Saadat Hasan Manto.
    6. Drama serial Perchhaiyaan.
    7. Drama serial Ana.
    8. Drama serial Chand Grahan.
    9. Drama serial, Uraan. Cast, Shakeel- Faryal Gauhar- Resham- Abid Ali
    10. Drama serial Tapish.
    11. Drama serial Afshan, cast, Shakeel- Tahira Wasti- Zaini Umair- Ayesha Khan.
    12. Drama serial Aangan Terrha, cast, Shakeel- Bushra Ansari- Saleem Nasir.
    13. Drama serial She jee,cast, Shakeel- Rubina Ashraf- Babar Ali.
    14. Drama serial Zameen, cast, Shakeel- Sakina Sammo- Khalid Zafar.
    15. Drama serial Doosri Aurat, cast, Shakeel- Humayun Saeed- Aisha Khan-
    16. Drama serial Aandhi, cast, Shakeel- Sakina Sammo- Khalid Zafar.
    17. Drama serial Tum say mil kar. Cast, Shakeel – Vaneeza- Jia Ali- Ayaz Khan.
    18. Drama serial Saaye, cast, Shakeel – Marina Khan.
    19. Drama serial Ankahi, cast, Shakeel – Shahnaz Shaikh, Jawaid Shaikh, Jamshed Ansari,
    20. Drama serial Aroosa, cast, Shakeel – Mishi Khan, Adnan Siddiqui, Ghazala Kaifi,
    21. Drama serial Jab Jab Dil Miley, cast, Sadia Imam, Jia Ali, Humayun Saeed, Shakeel, Sameena Peerzada,
    22. Drama serial Shehzori, cast, Shakeel – Neelofer Abbasi
    23. Drama serial Uncle Urfi, cast, Shakeel – Jamshed Ansari, Qurban Jilani, Shehla Ahmed,
    24. Drama serial Chaudhwee ka Chand, cast, Shakeel – Neelofer Abbasi
    25. Drama serial Colony 52, cast, Sanam Baloch, Danish Taimur, Shakeel, Qavi Khan,
    26. Drama serial Dhoop Mein Sawan, cast, Shakeel – Nadia Jamil , Humayun Saeed , Samina Ahmed
    27. Drama serial Kothi No 156, cast, Shakeel – Seemi Raheel, Irfan Khoosat, Adeel Hashmi
    28. Drama serial Qutubuddins, cast, Shakeel – Danish Nawaz, Badar Khalil, Lubna Islam, Saman Agha

    Tv Drama Actor Shafi Mohammad Shah

    Shafi Mohammad Shah

    Shafi Muhammad Shah or Shafi Mohammad, PP, was a Pakistani film and television actor. Famously known Shahjee was born in Kandiaro, in Naushahro Feroze District, Sindh in 1949.Shafi began his career as a Radio presenter from Hyderabad Radio Station, he honed his acting skills by taking part in plays broadcast by the radio. Meanwhile, he obtained a postgraduate degree from the University of Sindh, Jamshoro. He later moved to Karachi and began his career as an actor.PTV’s play Urta Asman, directed by Shahzad Khalil, had his debut performance. Teesra Kinara was his first popular television play, that Shafi became a household name. He earned accolades for his acting skills in many plays, especially Chand Girahan, Dairey, Aanch, Bund Gulab and Mohabbat Khawab Ki Surat. Shafi Muhammad was acted in all mediums of entertainment, from radio, theatre to films and television. During his 30-year career, He performed in over 50 drama serials and over 100 television plays in the Urdu and Sindhi languages from different television channels.

    Shafi Muhammad Shah was died peacefully in his sleep at his Clifton home on November 17, 2007. His funeral prayers was held at Imambargah Yasreb in Defence. He was buried in the Defence graveyard. Shafi Muhammad, who leaves behind his widow, four daughters and a son, suffered from a liver condition. His death is being attributed to liver failure. His wife Batool Mohammed is a teacher at the Beacon House school system, Jubilee Campus. His children are Alina, Arsalna, Zainab, Ali and Sheherbano. His son Ali goes by the name Ali Asghar is a graduate of Karachi Grammar School and works for the highly reputable Pakistani publication, The Herald.Mr. Shafi Mohammad Shah was one of the most versatile performers, who has the knack of carving out the intricacy and delicacy of character-portrayal in Television plays.He has performed some of the most challenging roles which earned him laurels both from the viewers and the press. Started his career with Radio as casual voice in 1970.Shafi Muhammad Shah was also an active member of the Pakistan Peoples Party and also contested the general elections in October 2002 from NA-210, Karachi but lost. He was also in his party's cultural committee and worked topromote arts and ulture

    Some famous Tv Plays & Serials
    * Aanch
    * Bund Gulab
    * Chand Girahan
    * Dairey
    * Deewarain
    * Jungle
    * Kali Dhoop
    * Marvi
    * Mohabbat Khawab Ki Surat
    * Tapish
    * Teesra Kinara
    * Urta Asman
    * Nasal
    * Laila Majnoon
    * Kali Dhoop
    * Aik Haqeeqat Sau Afsaane
    * Motio Jo Mann
    * Afshaan
    * Emergency Ward
    * Kala Daira
    * Burzukh
    * Awaazein
    * Officer on Special Duty
    * Aik Tasveer Aur
    * Dohri
    * Saans
    * Chahatein
    * Maa aur Maamta
    * Jannat
    * Wujood e Laraib
    * Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai
    * Meri Adhoori Mohabbat
    * Bund Gulab
    * Chand Girahan
    * Dairey
    * Deewarain

    1. Biwi Ho To Aisi, (1982)
    2. Aisa Bhi Hota Hai, (1984)
    3. Naseebon Wali, (1984)
    4. Talash, (1986)
    5. Muhib Sheedi, (1992) A Sindhi language film.
    6. Ilzam, (1993)
    7. Muskarahat (1995)
    8. Salakhain (2004)
    9. Rubi (1986)
    10. Mohib Sheedi (1992)

    * Best Actor Award from Pakistan Television in 1985
    * Pride of Performance Award from President of Pakistan.

    Shafi Muhammed's last recorded seen in Meri adhoori mohabbat
    Actor Shafi Mohammad passes away
    KARACHI, Nov 17: Veteran television actor Shafi Mohammad Shah died peacefully in his sleep at his Clifton home on Saturday evening. He was 58.Mr Shah, who leaves behind his widow, four daughters and a son, suffered from a liver condition. His death is being attributed to liver failure.Born in Kandiaro, he had his early education in Hyderabad. He obtained a postgraduate degree from the University of Sindh.His funeral prayers will be held at Imambargah Yasreb in Defence after Zohrain. He will be buried in the Defence
    Tribute to Shafi Muhammad Shah show on aired on aaj tv

    Shafi Muhammad Shah laid to rest
    KARACHI: Veteran art performer and actor Shafi Muhammad Shah was laid to rest Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. in the Gizri Graveyard, Defence Phase IV. The 57-year old actor was born in a town called
    Kandiaro in Nushero Feroz. He left a widow, a son and two daughters, besides a large number of fans. “It was a big loss to the entertainment industry and his fans as well, said many of his co-stars.Many renowned figures from both television and film gathered in his house at Sea View and performed the final rituals before his body was taken to the graveyard.Shafi was not only a friend but a brother to me, said Nadeem, a
    renowned film actor and also a drama artist.He said that his death would create a void in the industry which cannot be filled by anyone.According to Abid Ali, a TV artist, Shah was a great performer and many senior artists hesitated performing in front of him in difficult scenes.Another TV artist, Sohail Asghar, said, “Shah was like a father to me. It is a loss equal to losing a father.He also said that academies abroad show his acting footage to train people. “He was a legend. Shah was featured in more than 50 drama serials and over 100 plays on PTV and Sindhi channels. He was also the lead in many private productions and became popular after his performance in the early 80s drama serial, Jungle, in which he played a famous dacoit.Other hits were made as Shahjee in Chand Grahan, a strict father in Aanch, a don in Nasal, a feudal lord in Laila Majnoon, Marvi and several other plays. He also featured in a few movies and was paired with Shabnam in one film, but, he never managed to find a permanent spot in the big screen and later returned to the silver screen.
    Those who attended his funeral included Gulab Chandio, Kaiser Khan, Nadeem, Abid Ali, Sohail Asghar, Adnan Jillani, Yar Muhammed Shah, Hameed Bhutto and several figures from the entertainment industry.

    Shafi Mohammed Shah's funeral procession

    Tv Drama Actor Nauman Ijaz

    Nauman Ijaz


    Nauman Ijaz

    Noman Ijaz started his acting career from Lahore centre and proved in his early plays that he is a good performer. He also did a serial from Quetta centre. Nauman Ijaz faced a lot of difficulties in his initial years, as an actor.

    Schooling at Cathedral, a few years at F.C college and then Law at Punjab University, but there after Nauman Ijaz became an actor.

    His wife’s name is Rabia and has 3 children, Zariyan, now a grade 8 student, Shameen a grade 5 junior at Aitchison College and the little one Rayan, a kg pupil at Kids Campus.

    List of Popular Tv Plays & Drama Serials:

    1. Dasht
    2. Fishaar
    3. Eendhan
    4. Jhumka Jaan
    5. Geeli Lakri
    6. Kaghaz ki nao
    7. Lahasil
    8. Noorpur ki Rani
    9. Jannat
    10. Nijaat
    11. Aansoo
    12. Man o Salwa
    13. Chhat
    14. Jeena Isi ka nam hai

    Tv Drama Actor Humayun Saeed

    Humayun Saeed

    Humayun was born into an enlightened family on July 27, 1971, in Karachi. Being the eldest amongst five brothers, his parents expected a lot from him.As a child, he had a craze for movies. His favorite past time was to stand in front of a mirror and to fantasize being a film actor. Though initially he seemed an ordinary kid, his zeal for acting set him apart from other children. Such focused determination took that boy where he wanted to go-to the top. In times due course, he successfully completed a bachelor of commerce degree. Humayun stepped into the practical life as a production manager in a garment factory in Karachi. He stayed there from 1991- 1995. By sheer determination, he drove himself forward. As mentioned earlier, Humayun demonstrated an unusual aptitude for show business from his earlier days. From 1995 onwards, he associated himself with Pakistani television. First he appeared as an artist in numerous television plays and drama serials. Later, he started his own production, known as H.S. Production. Side by side, Humayun also participated in modeling and fashion designing. Additionally, he also made his presence felt in the ‘Dalda’ advertisement. If he has spared anything, then it must be imaginative enough to venture beyond his expertise. That scenario is highly unlikely. Considering Humayun’s enormous acting potential, brilliance and a very high I.Q. A novice in television, Humayun was eager to learn and quickly mastered the techniques. The first television play in which Humayun worked as an artist, was ‘Ye Jahan’. He was famous for his looks, his etiquette and above all, for his impressive voice. The masterpieces began to flow, as they would over several years. He received another boost in public awareness from more plays like ‘Farz Aik Qarz’, ‘Lahu say kar kay wuzu’ and ‘Waqt’. Some of his television plays are an epic story of ordinary people trying to make it against all odds. Humayun is as good as his word. He was teamed up with Sania Saeed, Perveen Malik, Ghazala Butt and others, in the play, ‘Shayad Kay Bahar Aaye’. Producer, Sultana Siddiqui, director, Rana Sheikh. Humayun is not just an artist, He is an event. Who else can give us so much pleasure now and hopefully for years to come? He brings out all his emotions in plays like, ‘Ghazi Shaheed’, ‘Aaj’ and ‘Zeher’. Presumably, the carrot that keeps him motivated is the glory of performance. Inching his way to stardom was like scaling a mountain to Humayun. The public has seen him in numerous television plays. Each of them is a new inspiration for his adoring fans. Humayun, who now enjoys an exceptionally huge devoted following, gave a superb performance in the plays, ‘Ye Zindigi’, ‘Bund Darwazay’ and ‘Unhoni’. His loyal following grew so fervent in the recent past that his video and or DVD’s became almost like a most sought after item. Humayun has successfully experimented with hundreds of television plays. Below are three such success stories: ‘Jang’, ‘Janay Unjanay’, ‘Peela Jora’.
    If aficionados of Pakistani entertainment have any thing to say about Humayun, this is what it is: ‘You have our eternal gratitude for delivering such profound lessons in such easy ways’. Below are three such lessons: ‘Kheil kheil mein’, ‘Doosri duniya’ and Ye ghari hai Milan kee.’Undoubtedly, Humayun mania is for real. Debonair Humayun, who is six feet tall, is married to Samina.He unleashed his power to succeed and came up with magnificent performances in the plays below:Zindigi badalti hai’, ‘Kabhi kabhi pyar mein’, ‘The castle-Ik Umeed.’With the passage of time, he learned much about friendship, teamwork and most of all, about himself.
    Moreover, no statistics could measure the fame he achieved in the recent past. It increases with every passing day.Smitten, Humayun finds himself pulled toward production. From ‘Humayun Saeed Production’, he has produced the serial, ‘Tum he to ho.’Further, from ‘H.S. Production, Humayun has also produced long plays like ‘Pehli Khahish’, ‘Adhuray Khawab’, ‘Dil wo bay mehar’ and ‘Undekhi’.He is a great talker with a reputation for wit. Through his plays, Humayun has had a tremendous effect across Pakistani social landscape, as well.There was a cluster of distinctively Pakistani works, such as drama serial, ‘Jab jab dil milay’. Its location shooting was done in Malaysia.Likewise, the drama serial, ‘Chahatain’, was also shot in Malaysia. ‘Chahatain’, executive producer, Samina (wife of Humayun Saeed) cast includes Humayun Saeed, Uzma Gilani, Vaneeza Ahmed, Atiqa Odho.
    As the times have changed, so has Pakistani show business.
    As for Humayun’s work, his acting just keeps getting better. He brought his valuable experience to the play ‘Unjanay raastay.’

    The cast includes Humayun Saeed, Tazeen Husain, and Shafi Mohammad.
    Penned by Zeb Sindhi, director, Misbah Khalid.Humayun also had an important role, which he played with dramatic effect, in the long play, ‘Farar’ with Mehreen Jabbar.His portrayal of a cancer patient in the drama serial ‘Mehendi’ is unparalleled.He is a fabulous actor-there is such vitality and imagery in his work.By 2002, he was the most sought after artist of Pakistani television.

    Consequently, directors and producers are in his debt.
    In a recent interview, he spoke about his life. ‘People want me in the television plays’, he says, ‘and that is a lot to live up to.’His personal flair, his love of

    music, dance and parties. His favorite dish is biryani and favorite color is black.
    Humayun, at 32 years of age, has achieved so much name, fame and experience, that it is hard to believe.To read about his exciting life is like watching a good movie that we did not want to end.Humayun made his name in movies, as well. He debuted in the film ‘Inteha’, in which he was dubbed as an abusive husband. He played the role of a prostitute in the film ‘No paisa no problem’.

    The television and movie artists who inspired Humayun include, Talat Husain, Shabbir Jan, Shafi Mohammad, Rahat Kazmi, Nadeem and Waheed Murad.

    Humayun was judged best actor for his performance in the television play ‘Ab tum ja saktay ho’, in 1996, for ‘The television Performance Awards.
    He was judged best actor for his performance in the television – film ‘Zeher’ in 1996. He was judged best actor for his roles in the plays, ‘Sawal’, ‘Umeed-e-Sehr’ and ‘Kankgan’. He was judged best actor for his performance in the film ‘Inteha’ and he received ‘The Television Times Viewer’s Choice Award’. In the year 2003, his competency and artistic skills are awesome and only improving. Apart from his acting skills, Humayun possess a vast business experience in garments. Hence, Humayun and his brother, Aamir, opened men’s boutique at Zamzama boulevard and an outlet at Tariq Road. In Humayun, Pakistanis have received a gift even greater than other gifts, which one could have offered them. For Humayun and the likes of him, have only strengthened and renewed this country’s culture. With their success has come a powerful affirmation-that the human spirit can never be extinguished.
    Some popular Drama Serials of Humayun Saeed

    1. Aangan Bhar Chandni
    2. Dil Kay Afsanay
    3. Dil Kay Afsanay
    4. Jaisey Jantey Nahin
    5. Koi Tou Baarish
    6. Riyasat
    7. Socha Na Tha
    8. Aashti
    9. Ana
    10. Aur Zindagi Badalti Hai
    11. Chaahatain
    12. Chaandni Raatain
    13. Dhoop Mein Sawan
    14. Dhuwan
    15. Doosri Aurat
    16. Hum Se Juda Na Hona
    17. Ishq Junoon Deewangi
    18. Jab Jab Dil Miley
    19. Mehndi
    20. Meri Adhoori Mohabbat
    21. Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Be Nishan
    22. Shayad Kay Bahaar Aaye
    23. Tere Ishq mein
    24. Tum Kahan Hum Kahan
    25. Woh Rishtey Woh Naatay
    26. Yaad Tu Aayen Gey