Plane crash victim Zara Abid’s first short film release

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

26th May, 2020. 10:42 pm
Model Zara Abid was among the victims of ill-fortune PIA plane crash

The first short film of famous model Zara Abid, who was killed in a PIA flight PK8303 that crashed in Karachi on May 22, has been released on YouTube.

The movie was directed by Ahmed Sarem, the film proved to be the first and last film of Zara Abid’s life.

Actress Saba Qamar narrated the story in the film in which Zara is portrayed as two women who are living completely different lives but their desires are the same. The film shows two sides of the coin.

Read more: Model Zara Abid dies in ill-fortune PIA plane crash

Director Ahmed Sarem said that he wrote the story of this film last year, he was 16 years old at the time and he wanted to turn my career from journalism to filmmaking. He contacted Zara who agreed to work on the film.

He added, “I didn’t know her before, but she read the script and decided to work on it adding that Sarem said he actually wanted to start his own YouTube channel.

Ahmed Sarem’s YouTube channel is named Qissa Nagri and the channel’s first video is ‘Sikka’ in which Zara Abid acted.

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

Zara Abid was rapidly rising in 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 in the industry and started her career with Sana Safinaz while she was about to make her big-screen debut with Azeem Sajjad’s film Chaudhry.

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