Humaira Himu is a Bangladeshi Popular model and actress. She was born in 23 November, 1985 in Chittagong. Though her home town is Laxmipur (Greater Noakhali) and most of her childhood, she lived in Laxmipur. From there she completed her SSC (Secondary School Certificate) and HSC (Higher Secondary Certificate). After her HSC, she moved to Dhaka for higher study and pursue a career in media. She finshed her Post Graduation from Eden Women’s College.
From her childhood, Humaira Himu was fond of Acting. Her acting career started as a theatre actress in 1989, when she was just started her primary school. Even though she was involved in acting from her childhood, her small screen debut was a model. Some of her notable TVC are Lipton Taza tea, Ana properties, Akiz Beverage etc. She is now a popular TV actress. Her notable TV Dramas are, Hasan Dodul’s “Shonghat”, Shamim Zaman’s “Hatkhola”, Fazlur Rahman’s “Jiboner Oligoli”, Syed Shakil’s “Otikrom”, MAhfuz Ahmed’s “Choita Pagla”, “Ekjon Nirbikar Manush”, “Valobasha Kare Koi”, “Chairman Bari”, “Batighor” and “Shonena She Shonena”. Besides acting, Humaira Himu also produce TV Drama. Her debut as a producer was with the drama “Valobashi Othoba Bashivalo”, In 2014, Humaira Himu started acting in Crime Action Drama Serial DB. It is directed by Shahiduzzaman Selim and Jahangir Alam Sumon. She acting as an officer of the Detective Branch of Police in the series.
Besides small screen, Humaira Himu also acted in two Dhallywood (Bangladeshi Film Industry) Movies, “Ek Cup Cha” and “Amar Bondhu Rashed”. Amar Bondhu Rashed is a 2011 Bangladeshi Adventure film directed by Morshedul Islam. The story is based on the novel Amar Bondhu Rashed by popular novelist Muhammad Zafar Iqbal. It is the story of 1971 liberation war of Bangladesh seen through the eyes of a young boy. The backdrop happens to be a remote small town, and the characters are a few students of a school. The crafty tale of the Liberation War of Bangladesh as portrayed in the novel rests in the core of this cinematic endeavour by the director as well. Though cinematically amateurish, this film provides an apt knitting of the main story with the cinematic technique of adaptation. It is a tale of friendship between Ibu and Rashed (Chowdhury Zawata Afnan).