Humaima Malick speaks about her divorce for the first time

Published: July 1, 2018



It’s no surprise that an artist’s personal life sparks a keen interest amongst fans. While many argue that a celebrity’s life is public property, it’s also important to realise that just like any other person, an artist has emotions too that they sometimes like to keep to themselves.

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Recently, superstar Humaima Malick celebrated eight years of her first film, Bol. In an Instagram post, the actor spoke about her divorce for the very first time.

The 30-year-old beauty said that she was briefly married to fellow artist Shamoon Abbasi, however, their marriage did not last long. Humaima wrote that it was during her debut film’s first “camera, action, roll” that Shamoon divorced her.

She added that while filming Bol, every day on set was a struggle that brought her a lot of pain. Despite the divorce and the pressure of her first film with ace director Shoaib Mansoor, Humaima stayed positive.



The Arth 2 actor added that divorce made her stronger and she is thankful to God for blessing her in disguise as her career peaked after the huge success of Bol.

Humaima had always avoided answering questions pertaining to her divorce. However, in honour to celebrate her debut film, the actor came clean for the first time.

In the span of her career, Humaima has managed to wow crowds with her acting. She has worked opposite Shaan Shahid and also made her way to the other side of the border. The actor will be next seen in Maula Jutt 2 starring alongside Fawad Khan, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Mahira Khan, Gohar Rasheed and many others.

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  • Fahim
    Jul 2, 2018 - 12:16AM

    She has speak several times on this topic worst decision, career destroying bla blaRecommend

  • irfan
    Jul 10, 2018 - 4:08PM

    Avoid marrying AuntiesRecommend

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