Firdous Ashiq Awan, Sindh governor, others condole Abid Ali’s demise

ISLAMABAD: Particular Assistant to Prime Minister on Info and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has expressed sorrow and grief over the demise of legendary tv artist Abid Ali, ARY Information reported.

“Pakistan has misplaced a brilliant star of movie, drama and theatre,” she stated in her condolence message.

The particular assistant stated that companies of Abdi Ali within the discipline of artwork can be remembered for a very long time to return. Governor Sindh Imran Ismail has additionally expressed sorrow over the demise of famed tv actor Abid Ali.

Each leaders prayed Allah Almighty to relaxation the departed soul in everlasting peace and grant braveness to the bereaved household to bear the loss with fortitude.

Earlier, legendary tv and movie star Abid Ali handed away in Karachi on Thursday,  his relations confirmed.

The 67-year-old actor, who is taken into account one among Pakistan’s most interesting tv stars, breathed his final at a personal hospital the place he was admitted three days in the past.

He left behind three daughters- Iman Ali, Rahma Ali, Maryam- and spouse Rabia Abid Ali.

Concerning the veteran actor

Born and educated in Quetta, Abid Ali was interested in the humanities from an early age, writing tales and portray in his childhood and teenage years, and first entered Radio Pakistan earlier than going to Lahore after some wrestle and launching his profitable TV profession with PTV’s drama serial Jhok Sial in 1973.

Abid Ali labored in a number of Pakistan Tv (PTV) performs then, making a reputation for himself as an actor par excellence.

Abid Ali was additionally recognized for his spectacular efficiency in ARY Digital’s Tootay Huay Taaray alongside Noman Ijaz.

Authorities of Pakistan awarded him ‘Satisfaction of Efficiency’ in 1985.

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