Celebrities pour in condolences after comedian Umar Sharif’s demise

Sarfaraz RizviWeb Editor

02nd Oct, 2021. 03:18 pm
Umar Sharif

Celebrities, including those across the borders too, poured in their condolences for the comedian.

Kapil Sharma, an Indian comedian, also said his final goodbyes to the legendary comedian.

“Alvida legend, may your soul rest in peace,” tweeted Kapil Sharma.

Randeep Hooda, an Indian actor, thanks Umar Sharif in a tweet saying, ” Thank you for the great laughs. Rest in applause.”

Scriptwriter and director Khalil-Ur-Rehman Qamar expressed his sorrow in a heartfelt Twitter post on Saturday.

Here’s how other celebrities share condolences on the demise of Umar Sharif:

 

Comedian Shakeel Siddiqui while talking to Bol news dubbed Umer his elder brother. “We are deprived of a legendary comedian today and he was the one who introduced me to the commercial dramas, I woke up to this news and It’s such a huge loss that it’ll never be enough to fill the void,” he said.

Click here to watch what Shakeel Siddiqui said:

Umer Sharif was born in Liaquatabad, Karachi, on April 19, 1955, into an Urdu-speaking family. The star was regarded as one of Asia’s most popular comedians.

Some of his applauded stage dramas include Bakra Qiston Pay Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (1989), Dulhan Main Lekar Jaonga, Salam Karachi, Meri Bhi To Eid Karade, Nayee Aami Purana Abba, Yeh Hay Naya Tamasha and Yeh Hay Naya Zamana.

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