Humayun Saeed

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Humayun Saeed Ansari
Born (1971-07-27) 27 July 1971 (age 43)
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Occupation Actor, model and producer
Years active 1997–present

Humayun Saeed Ansari (born 27 July 1971) is a Pakistani actor, producer and director as well as the CEO of Running Six Sigma Entertainment.

Early career[edit]

Humayun Saeed obtained a Bachelor of Commerce Degree, before establishing himself as production manager in a garment factory named "H. Nizam Din & Sons (Pvt) Ltd." Karachi, where he stayed from 1991– 1995.

He first appeared on television at the end of 1995. He accepted roles in various drama serials, appearing alongside other actors such as Aaminah Haq and Faryal Gohar. His first television play was 'Ye Jahan.' In 1996, he was declared Best Actor at the PTV Performance Awards, for his performance in the play Ab tum ja sakte ho.[citation needed] The same year he earned another Best Actor award for his performance in the telefilm Zeher[citation needed] His first television Serial was 'Karooron Ka Aadmi' in 1998.

In cinema[edit]

As his career progressed, Saeed took roles in film as well. His first film, Inteha opposite Meera, was commercially successful. However, his second film, No Paisa No Problem, in which he plays a prostitute, flopped.[citation needed]

Saeed was offered the lead role in director-producer Javed Sheikh's film, Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa. He rejected it, citing date clashes and the role, therefore, went to film actor Moammar Rana instead. Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa turned out to be a hit, and Saeed agreed to work on Javed Sheikh's next movie, Khullay Aasmaan Ke Neeche (KAKN), which was released in July 2008. The film failed to make the mark its predecessor Yeh Dil Ap Ka Hua had, but still garnered some good reviews.

In August 2011, his film where he plays the lead role of an inspector in Shamoon Abbasi's directorial debut Gidh will be released. The film also features Mona Lisa, newcomers Imran Patel and Ali Jabrin, and Abbasi in a cameo.

Recently Saeed has signed director Amir Zafar's film Victim in which he has been paired opposite Meera. The film's release was held on 3 June in Pearl Continental Hotel, Lahore.


Since the mid to late 1990s, Saeed has been producing his own television serials, especially for Pakistani channels such as PTV, under the banner of Humayun Saeed Productions.

In 2000, he partnered with Abdullah Kadwani to form Humayun Saeed-Abdullah Kadwani Productions. Their first serial, Ana, garnered a Lux Style Award.

He also has two production houses named as Six Sigma Entertainment and 7th Sky Entertainment.

List of television serials[edit]

As actor[edit]

Year TV Series Role Notes
2002 Chaandni Raatain Aasim
2010 Daddy (drama) Sameer Supporting role
2009–2010 Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan Shuja
2010 Daam Guest star
2011 Zindagi Dhoop Tum Ghana Saya as a producer
2011 Mohabbat Rooth Jaye Toh Shahnawaz
2005 Riyasat
Anjany Raastay
Band Darwazay
Dosri Duniya
Farz, Aik Karz
Ghazi Shaheed
Hum Se Juda Na Hona
Janay Unjanay
Karoroon Ka Aadmi
Kabhi Kabhi Pyaar Main
Khail Khail Main
Lahu Say Kar Kay Wuzu
2003 Mehndi (drama) Shahzeb
Meri Adhoori Mohabbat
Peela Jora
Shayad Kay Bahar Aaye
The Castle – Ek Umeed
Tum Kahan Hum Kahan
Unjaanay Raaste
Ye Ghari Hai Milan Ki
Ye Jahan
Ye Zindigi
Zindagi Badalti Hai
2008–2009 Doraha Umer
Ishq Junoon Deewangi
Ishq Ki Inteha
Abhi Door Hai Kinara
Yeh Zindagi Hai
2010–2011 Uraan Dr. Faraz
Meri Jaan
Tere liye
Lamha Lamha Zindagi
Omar Dadi aur Gharwalay
Chaal chal Putha Kha
Bin Roye Aansoo

As producer[edit]

  • Adhuray Khuwab (Incomplete Dreams)
  • Ana (Ego)
  • Dil Wo Behmeher (Heart, That Unsigned)
  • Jab Jab Dil Milay (Every Time That Hearts Met)
  • Pehli Kashish (The First Attraction)
  • Tum Hi Tou Ho (It is You)
  • Undekhi (Unseen)
  • Yaadain (Memories)
  • Wilco
  • Doraha
  • Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan
  • Daam
  • Tere Liye
  • Zip Bus Chup Raho
  • Talafi
  • Kankar


Year Film
1999 Inteha
2000 No Paisa, No Problem
2007 Mein Ek Din Laut Kay Aaoon Ga
2008 Khulay Aasman Ke Neechay
2009 Jashnn
2011 Victim[disambiguation needed]
2013 Main Hoon Shahid Afridi
2015 Jawani Phir Nahi Ani
2015 Bin Roye
2015 Yalghaar
TBA Gidh
TBA Kambakht
TBA Maalik


  • 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)
  • 5 time lux style award won

See also[edit]

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