Humaima Malick is a talented Pakistani actress and model.
Humaima started her career as a model.
She gained recognition for her work in various fashion campaigns and magazine shoots.
She made her acting debut in the Pakistani drama serial “Ishq Junoon Deewangi” in 2008.
Humaima’s breakthrough role came in the critically acclaimed film “Bol” in 2011, directed by Shoaib Mansoor.
Her performance in the film was highly praised.
She also received the Lux Style Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of the character Zainab.
Following her success in “Bol,” Humaima went on to work in both Pakistani and Indian films.
She made her Bollywood debut in the film “Raja Natwarlal” opposite Emraan Hashmi in 2014.
Humaima’s performance in the film was well-received, and she gained recognition in the Indian film industry as well.
But at the same time she faced criticism for doing bold scenes in Indian film from her Pakistani fans.
Recently in a podcast with Mooro, she talked about unnecessary media sensationalism.
According to Humaima other actress are doing the same thing yet she becomes national news.
Here is a snippet of the interview where she talks about media sensationalism.
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Not only this but Humaima’s talent, beauty, and dedication have made her one of the most prominent figures in the Pakistani entertainment industry.
She continues to impress audiences with her versatile performances and remains an inspiration to many aspiring actors and models.