Humaima Abbasi was born as Humaima Malik. She is the glamour girl of Pakistan fashion industry. Humaima began her career as a model when she was only 14 years old. She was chosen for the Fair and Lovely campaign by Saquib Malik; the seasoned music videos and commercials director. Besides Saquib Malik, Humaima owes her career to Tariq Amin the stylist who groomed her and Farieha Altaf another big name in the fashion world and a former model herself help her evolve as a model. With such big names behind her, Humaima emerged as a top model on the fashion scene. She set the ramp on fire with her stunning hot looks, was spellbinding in print and simply marvelous in TV commercials.
Humaima was also chosen as a Brand Ambassador by Sunsilk shampoo; an international hair care company. TV was the next medium which caught her attention and soon Humaima became a household name. She has many serials to her credit. Humaima has appeared in a film “Bol” directed by Shoaib Mansoor. Humaima was married to Shamoon Abbasi an actor and director of many dramas and teleplays but the couple divorced in Aril 2010.
Humaima has a promising future ahead of her.
Mehreen Raheel can be seen in every second commercial when you switch on the TV. If she is not promoting any shampoo, she is endorsing tea or doing a funny Ufone commercial. Daughter of the famous TV actress Seemi Raheel, Mehreen always found the showbiz world appealing. She did her first commercial when she was 8 years old. She did some commercials in her early teens as well. Today she is endorsing major products like Head and Shoulders Shampoo, Pantene shampoo, Telenor, Sooper Biscuits, Lipton Tea, Ufone, Telenor and many more.
Like her mother, Mehreen has also acted in some plays. Her latest project is a feature film Virsa. Virsa is a joint venture of Pakistan and India and Mehreen has high hopes from it. She also traveled to India as an Ambassador for the Standard Chartered Bank for raising funds for the Tsunami victims. Besides TV commercials, Mehreen has also tried her luck on the ramp and photo shoots. She left ramp modeling because she did not feel comfortable but has been extremely successful in print. She has mostly modeled for clothes and jewelry and has been highly appreciated.
Mehreen aspires to work behind the camera as a producer or a director.