Humayun Saeed becomes first Pakistani star to be cast in Netflix

The Lollywood Superstar Humayun Saeed will be featuring in the Netflix series “The Crown” Season 5 as Dr. Hasnat Khan. He is the first Pakistani who will be seen in the highly-anticipated Netflix series and play the role of Princess Diana’s companion. 

He will be playing the role of a British-Pakistani Cardiologist & Pulmonologist who worked at Royal Brompton Hospital London and have a lovely 2 years relationship with Princess Diana and she used to call him “Mr. Wonderful”. This series has a lot of big names like Olivia Wiliams will play the character of Camilia, Elizabeth Dibicki as Diana, Dominic West as Prince Charles, and many more. This series will be focusing on the 1990’s events of the Royal Family.

Humayun Saeed, who’s enjoyed a career spanning 26 years – both as an actor and a producer – has blockbuster hits to his credit that include movies such as ‘Jawani Phir Nahi Ani’, ‘Punjab Nahi Jaungi’ and the Pakistani drama ‘Meray Paas Tum Ho’.

As the news became public, The Media Industry has a lot to say

 Renowned Singer Ali Zafar is also happy with the casting of our Hero.

PTI Senator Faisal Javed Khan also congratulated the actor for his big achievement.

Stars defend Humayun Saeed after Sakina Samo boycotts The Crown

Last week it was announced by the International Media that Humayun Saeed will play the role of Dr. Hanat Khan in the upcoming season of ‘The Crown’.

Before that, it was a rumor that Fawad Khan played a role in fifth season of The Crown.

Humayun Saeed was the top trend in Pakistan A large number of people congratulated him and celebrated his casting, given that he will be the first Pakistani to star in a Netflix original.

As everyone is happy with the selection of Humayun Saeed, Unfortunately, the Senior actor Sakina Samo was disappointed with the casting and showed impolite behavior towards the Actor and refused to watch this series which will on air at the end of 2022.

“Why can’t we be happy for someone? Why can’t we celebrate someone’s success or cheer for them? Why be so hateful?”

~Ahmad Ali Butt

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