Humayun Saeed Responded To This Troll Like A Boss

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Humayun Saeed

Humayun Saeed is one of the finest actors of the Pakistan’s entertainment industry who has been part of the some huge hits.

Watching Humayun Saeed on our TV screens today makes us to get nostalgic as he reminds us of some good old PTV days when dramas like Mehendi and Hum Se Juda Na Hona were true delight to watch.

Humayun Saeed

The ever charming and dashing hero of the industry has also been part of some great movies like Jawaani Phir Nahi Aani, Punjab Nahi Jaaungi and Bin Roye.

Humayun Saeed

Playing the role of Irtiza in Bin Roye alongside Mahira Khan and Armeena Khan, this man literally stole the show.

Humayun Saeed

His last super amazing drama was Dil Lagi in which he acted alongside Mehwish Hayat and this drama was loved by many. Humayun nailed it with his acting in this one while playing the role of Mohid.

Humayun Saeed

This man gave us some remarkable shows like Chandni Ratein, Uraan, Doraha, Kafir and many others.

However, in today’s world of memes and trolling, some trolls don’t even spare the stars of this country and never resist to criticize them for no reason even.

But seems like Humayun Saeed ain’t the one who can be easily trolled as he responded to this random troll like a boss.

Humayun Saeed

The troll actually commented on the video shared by Humayun on his Instagram to which the actor replied in an epic way.

Meinay aazma ke dekha hai, ab Tipu tum bhi aazma ke dekhlo. #7DMI @7dinmohabbatin

A post shared by Humayun Saeed (@saeedhumayun) on

Humayun was called “ghareebon ka Shah Rukh Khan (poor man’s Shah Rukh Khan)” by the troll in the comment and the actor responded with just one line and it was enough to shut the troll.

Humayun in response said, “aap loug ghareeb nahin hain yaar (you people aren’t poor).”

Humayun Saeed

However, sometimes while making memes and trolling others, we forget that there are some boundaries and limitations which shouldn’t be crossed.

People should also learn to differ between constructive criticism and bitter mockery. Otherwise, things can backfire as they did here.

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