Humaima Malick is one of Pakistan’s biggest film stars.
She’s done some incredibly cool projects in her career so far, and she always lights up the screen when she’s in front of an audience.
The Tale Of Maula Jatt, Pakistan’s highest-grossing film, was recently released. Even four months after its debut, the film is still dominating the box office, grossing Rs110 crores in Pakistan alone. Humaima’s portrayal as Daro in The Tale Of Maula Jatt was acclaimed by all.
Speaking on Shahveer Jafry’s podcast, Humaima talked about the struggles she has faced and how she did not ever love herself. She had an emotional break down while narrating her real-life story.
Humaima stated that she never had a normal upbringing and that as she progressed in adulthood, she missed out on that aspect of her life.
She spoke up about her educational history, disclosing that she struggled in primary school and is not formally educated. Instead, she stressed that her knowledge and competence came from real-life experiences rather than formal education.
Humaima also revealed that she had difficulties seeing letters since they appeared to move in front of her eyes. While this could have been a sign of dyslexia at the time, it was not recognised, and she was never formally diagnosed.
Humaima has been working on herself and has now learned to love herself. She was depressed and was treated with medication. She is now fine, but she is still working on learning to love herself.
Humaima started working in the industry when she was just 14 years old. She went through a divorce when she was 20 and she has been through a lot in life. Humaima is celebrated for her remarkable talent, captivating glamour, and confident demeanour. Fans are thrilled to see her return to the spotlight and eagerly anticipate her future endeavours.