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Humaima Malick hinting towards failed romance in latest post? 

By Iqra Ejaz

February 1, 2022 03:44 PM


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Seems like actress Humaima Malick has been facing some hardships lately as the Pakistani star's Instagram updates are usually quite distressing these days. However this time, Humaima has posted a very simple snap on her Instagram handle, in which the actress has draped a dupatta (scarf) over her head.

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It is the caption of Humaima's latest social media post which has made us speculate whether Humaima is trying to hint at something major which is upsetting her these days. In the caption, Humaima has stated: "Woh baat purani thi par woh baat humari thi. HM." (The tale is old, but the tale was ours). 
Could be possible that Humaima is trying to talk about a failed romance in this note. As the actress is shedding light on the fact that the chapter has been closed however she still holds the 'tale' dear to her heart as Humaima stated: "par woh baat humari thi." 
The celebrity along with this caption has posted a click in which she looks a bit unhappy. Even though Humaima is posing with a smile, one would almost assume that her smile is one of those sad ones. 
Furthermore, the actress is standing on the roof of some house with no makeup on her face, donning a very simple 'shalwar kameez'.

It is crucial to mention here that Humaima was previously married to actor Shamoon Abbasi. The actor has tied the knot multiple times in his life however his second wife was actress Humaima Malick but the couple had to later on part ways. After two years of marriage, Humaima and Shamoon ended up getting divorced. 
However we hope and pray that Pakistani diva Humaima Malick overcome whatever is upsetting her! 

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