Humaima Malick, a prominent figure in the Pakistani showbiz industry, has been under the spotlight since the immense success of her last release, ‘The Legend Of Maula Jatt.’ She has recently come under fire for wearing a bold dress in what appears to be a party.
Humaima Malick is back in headlines when she attended a public gathering. Her choice of attire for the evening, a black dress paired with a hot pink blazer, and sheer stockings, drew attention.
As she grooved to the beats of an upbeat Punjabi number, her vibrant presence was cherished by her friends. Humaima herself seemed to be thoroughly enjoying the event.
However, her appearance at the concert triggered mixed reactions on social media. While her friends celebrated her vivacious spirit, some social media users took issue with her outfit choice. One user expressed their disapproval, stating, “Sometimes, she becomes an orthodox Muslim, and the next day she wears short dresses and starts vibing on songs.”
The criticism didn’t stop at her attire; it extended to her brother, Feroze Khan, known for his religious preaching. Malik, and her famous brother Feroze Khan, are known to talk and preach about religion. Fans have often pointed out the siblings’ hypocrisy and use of religion to gain public support. Faroze Khan, also an actor, is also known for his very public divorce. He was accused of abusing his wife.
Humaima Malik’s journey in the entertainment world has been marked by significant achievements and a growing fan base.
Currently, Humaima Malick has taken on the challenging role of the titular character in Green Entertainment’s drama series, ‘Jindo.’ Her portrayal in this drama has earned her critical acclaim, further solidifying her position as a versatile actress.
Humaima Malick has made a significant impact on the entertainment industry with her remarkable roles in popular drama serials like “Ishq Junoon Dewangi” and “Akbari Asghari.” Her recent cinematic success in “The Legend of Maula Jatt” earned her accolades, particularly for her portrayal of “Daroo.”