Humayun Saeed’s Six Sigma Plus Signs Top Playwright Khalil-ur-Rehman



Time and again, Humayun Saeed has proved to be a winner when it comes to his business ventures and collaborations. He has now officially confirmed that his production banner Six Sigma Plus has tied up with writer par excellence Khalil-Ur-Rehman Qamar. As part of their association, the writer will now be exclusively writing for Six Sigma Plus productions.

Writer Khalil-Ur-Rehman is undoubtedly one of the biggest mainstream playwrights of Pakistan at the moment. His scripts have been made into several hit serials such such as Boota from Toba Tek Singh, Landa Bazar, Chandpur Ka Chanduu, Tum Yahi Kehna, Love Life aur Lahore and Main Mar Gayee Shaukat Ali, Bunty I Love You and Sadqay Tumhare. His recent collaboration with Six Sigma Plus resulted in the blockbuster serial Pyaare Afzal which has gained critical acclaim worldwide for its refreshing and intelligent writing that broke several clichés our television plays have been plagued with for years. The show also clean-swept the television category at the Lux Style Awards 2015 by winning the Best Actor (Hamza Ali Abbassi), Best TV Play, Best TV Actress (Aiza Khan), Best TV Writer (Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar) and Best TV Director (Nadeem Beyg) awards.

Having been an integral part of the television industry for years now, Humayun stepped into production in the year of 1998 with his first production Tum Hi To Ho. Post the humongous success of Tum Hi To Ho, Humayun produced several other serials which helped establish him as a successful producer. He has worked with some of the biggest names of the industry and is known for his unique productions which always stay on top of the game.

Speaking about his collaboration with Khalil-ur-Rehman, Humayun says, “It is with great honor that I announce Khalil Saab and Six Sigma Plus will now be working exclusively with us. We are looking forward to an exciting new phase for our production house and will do our best in bring Khalil Saab’s extraordinary scripts to the screen for our audiences”.

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