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Model Zara Abid dies in ill-fortune PIA plane crash


Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

23rd May, 2020. 06:23 pm
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Model Zara Abid was among the victims of ill-fortune PIA plane crash

Leading model Zara Abid was also among the victims of PIA flight PK8303 which crashed in Karachi yesterday.

The plane had 99 people on board and Sindh Health Department officials said two passengers, Zubair and Zafar Masood, survived the crash, while 97 were confirmed dead.

Zara Abid was a rising star of the Pakistani fashion industry and this year she won the Best Family Model award at the Hum Style Awards.

She worked with almost all the leading designers of the industry and started her career with Sana Safi Naz while she was about to make her big screen debut with Azeem Sajjad’s film Chaudhry.

People are paying homage to Zara Abid on social media and she was described as a great and hardworking star.

Actress Ayesha Omar wrote in her post” Zara and I won our biggest awards this year, together, at the Hum style awards, in January. That was the last time I met her and the only time I got to really connect with her. It was me who presented the award to her, along with the two Tariqs. She was weeping with joy on stage when she received her award and I remember hugging her tightly and saying baby, you deserve this so much. She was too overwhelmed with emotion, to talk much on stage.”

She further wrote”A little later I received my award and had tears in my eyes during my speech as well. We both met backstage right after, and shared this overwhelming experience together. After some hugging and sobbing, we fixed our faces and took these beautiful photos. This is how I’ll always remember you Zara. Smiling, warm, vulnerable and happy, celebrating the fruit of your hard work. I didn’t know you too well but the amazing things we are all hearing about you from your friends tell us what a wonderful, kind soul you were. You worked hard to support your family and had big dreams, some of which you were able to catch…. but you left us too soon.”

“We will not forget this day… this horrific reminder of how unpredictable life is. Praying for your soul and for your family, along with the families of all those departed. May Allah give them strength. Rest in eternal peace, beautiful. Fly high in the heavens. You must have done a lot of things right to be blessed with departing on Jumma tul Widah.” Ayesha concluded her post.

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Zara and I won our biggest awards this year, together, at the Hum style awards, in January. That was the last time I met her and the only time I got to really connect with her. It was me who presented the award to her, along with the two Tariqs. She was weeping with joy on stage when she received her award and I remember hugging her tightly and saying baby, you deserve this so much. She was too overwhelmed with emotion, to talk much on stage. A little later I received my award and had tears in my eyes during my speech as well. We both met backstage right after, and shared this overwhelming experience together. After some hugging and sobbing, we fixed our faces and took these beautiful photos. This is how I’ll always remember you Zara. Smiling, warm, vulnerable and happy, celebrating the fruit of your hard work. I didn’t know you too well but the amazing things we are all hearing about you from your friends tell us what a wonderful, kind soul you were. You worked hard to support your family and had big dreams, some of which you were able to catch…. but you left us too soon. We will not forget this day… this horrific reminder of how unpredictable life is. Praying for your soul and for your family, along with the families of all those departed. May Allah give them strength. Rest in eternal peace, beautiful. Fly high in the heavens. You must have done a lot of things right to be blessed with departing on Jumma tul Widah. . . @zaraabidofficial #rip #gonetoosoon #pia #planecrash #throwback

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Actress Saba Qamar wrote in her post,” Dear Zara,
I didn’t know you personally, but I am deeply saddened and completely shattered by the news of your loss.
Fly high up there in heaven ”

Aiman Khan also shared a photo of Zara Abid with a broken heart emoji caption.

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