citation needed]October 4, 1969 [|
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Saife Hassan (born October 4, 1969) is a Pakistani TV director and actor. He is best known for the drama serial Dil ki Madham Boliyan (2005) for which he won the TV One Global Award for Best Director. He then directed the drama serial Bari Aapa for which he was nominated for the Hum Award for Best Director Drama Serial at 1st Hum Awards ceremony and Ru Baru. He later won the Best Director award for his directed drama serial Sange Mar Mar in 17th Lux Style Awards (2018).
Hassan was born on October 4, 1969 in Karachi to a Muslim Family. He began his filmmaking career in 1996 after completing a training course from the Pakistan Television Academy in Islamabad organized by UNDP. Prior to that Hassan was a member of the theater troupe Tehrik-e-Niswan. Hassan has worked as a director for more than ten years at Hum TV, and since 2003 has directed television ventures for television channels.
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Following are the list of dramas serials which he directed and acted:
- Chal Chala Chal
- Fair & Lovely: Qismat Kay Sitaray
- Dil ki Madham Boliyan
- Tum Mere Ho
- Ek Pagal Si Larki
- Mar Jain Bhi To Kya
- Ru Baru
- Shahrukh Khan Ki Maut (2005)
- Insha'Allah (2009)
- Bari Aapa (2012)
- Aseerzadi (2013)
- Tum Mere Pass Raho
- Double Trouble
- Uff Meri Family
- Dil Ka Kia Rung Karun
- Yeh Shaadi Nahi Hosakhti
- Dil Nahi Manta
- Dil Nae Manta
- Khatti Meethi Zindagi
- "Tum Mere Paas Raho"
- Main Hoon Shahid Afridi
- Actor in Law (2016)
- Jeewan Hathi (2016)
Awards and nominations
- (2005) - TV One Global Awards: TV One Global Award for Best Director - Dil ki Madham Boliyan. Won
- (2012) - 1st Hum Awards: Hum Award for Best Director Drama Serial - Bari Aapa. Nominated
- (2018) - 17th Lux Style Awards]] - [[Lux Award for Best Director TV - Sange Mar Mar
- "1st Award Nominations". Paki UM. Retrieved July 18, 2015.
- "Ru Baru a serial by Saife Hassan". Fashion Central. January 8, 2014. Retrieved July 18, 2015.
- "Blast from the Past: Asma Mundrawalla, Mahvash Faruqi and Hsasan, all actors who began their acting careers with Tehreek-i–Niswan, the theatre group which was then steered by Khalid Ahmed and Sheema Kirmani". Zuhra Chugtai. News Line Magazine. January 20, 2015. Retrieved July 18, 2015.