Humayun Saeed Reveals Why Dramas Take So Long

Humayun Saeed claims that if a drama does not have many episodes, it is unlikely to be financially successful.

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Humayun Saeed Reveals Why Dramas Take So Long
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As of right now, Humayun Saeed is the best-known actor in Pakistan. He is so famous because he has done well in more than one field. His drama Mere Paas Tum Ho made history, and his most recent movie, London Nahi Jaunga, broke records. Six Sigma Plus’ dramas have stood the test of time, including Durre Shehwar and Mere Paas Tum Ho.

However, the production house has also been guilty of dragging, a sin that every production house and channel in Pakistan is guilty of.

The number of people who do this has grown over the years as more and more hit shows are stretched out over 30 episodes. The most recent case is Mere Humsafar, where people have said that the drama drags on too long. This drama has hooked people all over the world.

Humayun Saeed, who was in charge of making the show, had an opinion about the problem. He said that a drama is often not financially successful if it doesn’t have a lot of episodes.

He also noted that some dramas are written with more than 30 episodes because that’s what the script calls for. But as an actor, he thinks that 17 episodes of a drama are more than enough.

This is what the producer, Humayun Saeed, said on Something Haute about slow-moving dramas:

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