Sabiha Khanum born Mukhtar Begum; 16 October 1935 – 13 June 2020) was a Pakistani film entertainer. She is additionally alluded to as the "Principal Lady of Pakistani Cinema", and is regularly perceived for her job in Pakistani cinema during the 1950s and 1960s.
The recipient of the Pride of Performance and Nigar Awards, she appeared in Lollywood films with Beli (1950) and showed up in TV dramas. Some of her eminent movies include Do Ansoo (1950), Sassi (1954), Gumnaam (1954), Dulla Bhatti (1956), Sarfarosh (1956), Mukhra (1958), and Devar Bhabhi (1967). A large portion of Sabiha's films were with her husband, Santosh Kumar (Syed Musa Raza), assuming the lead job inverse her. Sabiha and Santosh were exceptionally respected due to the on-screen science they shared and fabricated a significant fan following in the 1950-60s.
Sabiha Khanum was conceived by Mukhtar Begum in a town near Gujrat in Punjab, British India, to Mohammad Ali (Mahia) and Iqbal Begum (Baalo). She was brought up in a moderate provincial condition by her grandparents, yet got her first acting open door in front of an audience in Lahore, after moving there to be with her father. A social designation visited a film house in Sialkot, Pakistan in 1948.
Mukhtar Begum (at that point a little youngster in 1948), who was a piece of the assignment, sang the Punjabi song "Kithhay gae yoon pardesia way" from the film Sassi Punnoon (which featured Baalu and Aslam). Her execution was lauded, and soon Mohammad Ali acquainted his girl with a phase show essayist and writer, Nafees Khaleeli. Noting her assurance, Khaleeli offered her a job in the drama Buut Shikan, which she acknowledged.
Nafees Khaleeli gave her the screen name of Sabiha Khanum. Sabiha wedded co-star Santosh Kumar on 1 October 1958. Santosh was at that point a married man with youngsters. The two, after initial resistance from Sabiha's dad, hitched during the creation of Hasrat (1958). They featured together in 47 motion pictures and played as a couple in most of them. They had three kids together.
Sana Khan has passed on in a mishap close Looni Kot, around 30 km off Hyderabad, a media report said. Sana and her significant another entertainer Babar Khan were on their way from Karachi to Hyderabad in a vehicle when the vehicle, driven by Babar, ran wild on Friday, The vehicle toppled, leaving the pair genuinely harmed.
The motorway police and emergency vehicle arrived at the spot not long after getting the data and moved them to Liaquat University Hospital Jamshoro. Sana inhaled her last before she could get any medical aid while Babar was later moved to Liaquat University Hospital City Branch. Sana was known for her appearance in a sequential "Parchaiyan" and Babar is known for the sequential "Ek Tamana Lahasil Se".
Zara Abid was a Pakistani model and actress. She has been highlighted in different photoshoots. She made her movie debut in Chaudhry, coordinated by Azeem Sajjad. She was one of the travellers who passed on aboard PIA Flight 8303, which slammed in Karachi, Pakistan, on 22 May 2020. Zara Abid was conceived on 4 April in Lahore, Punjab. She grew up and resided in Karachi with her family and finished her tutoring at St. Patrick's Girls High School, before graduating with a four-year certification and going into show business.
As a design symbol, she was known for her tall stature and tanned appearance, which made her hang out in an industry commanded by lighter-skin models. According to Abid, when she began displaying, she confronted separation in being employed, supposedly because of her looks and skin shading. Notwithstanding, she expressed she stirred her way up and got open doors based on her expert aptitudes and talent. She was portrayed as "dazzling and proud" about her colour.
According to a cosmetics craftsman who worked with her, Abid typified the "shadowy skin shading" of most of the Pakistani ladies, and one of her cosmetics crusades turned into a blockbuster since it caught that. Abid started her acting vocation with her introduction job in the up and coming film Chaudhry, coordinated by Azeem Sajjad and composed by Zeeshan Junaid. The film is a biopic about killed police officer Chaudhry Aslam Khan, in which Abid plays a school student.
Talking about her job in a meeting, Abid said it was a lot relatable to her genuine persona, including that "the character is excellent and I didn't reconsider before saying yes. The content was described to me via telephone, and I promptly agreed." She started going to the film in December 2018. The film is relied upon to be delivered in 2020. In January 2020, Abid won an honour in the classification of "Best Female Model" at the 4th Hum Style Awards. She was additionally named in the "Main 100 People" list by Hello! Magazine's Pakistan edition.
On 22 May 2020, Abid was among the travellers of the PIA Flight 8303, which slammed while on a definite methodology for arriving close to the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi; she was supposed to be coming back to the city in the wake of going to her uncle's burial service in Lahore.
Tariq Aziz was a Pakistani TV have, film entertainer, known for PT V's test show Neelam Ghar, first circulated in 1974, later renamed the Tariq Aziz Show and recently as Bazm-e-Tariq Aziz was known for his notorious line " Dekhti Aankhon, Sunte Kaanon Tariq Aziz ka Salam". He was the principal face to show up on television in Pakistan. He had additionally been an individual from the National Assembly of Pakistan between 1997 and 1999. Tariq Aziz was conceived in 1936 in Jalandhar in the Arain Family, now Punjab, India.
His dad's name was Mian Abdul Aziz Pakistani. He got his initial training in Jalandhar and in 1947 relocated to Montgomery then Sahiwal, Pakistan. He moved on from the Government College Sahiwal. He Belongs to the Arain community. Aziz moved to Lahore to start his vocation at Radio Pakistan. When Pakistan Television (PTV) began its underlying transmission in November 1964 from Lahore, Aziz was the primary individual to be seen on it and proceeded to turn out to be first male PTV announcer.
He was one of the principal TV hosts to increase business accomplishment by utilizing the foundation of his test show Neelam Ghar/Tariq Aziz Show/Bazm E Tariq Aziz. He met numerous striking intelligent people, sportspeople and superstars on his shows. Aziz was a philanthropist, book-darling and discussed verse. In 2018, a significant English-language Pakistani paper announced about him, "He (Tariq Aziz) shared that having kids or no youngsters is the desire of Allah and since he has no children of his own, he might want to give all his income for the government assistance of his nation.
Aziz has won the hearts of numerous by reporting his will, and he doubtlessly is an excellent example for all of us. Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan in 1992 for his administrations to the country. He kicked the bucket on 17 June 2020 in Lahore, matured 84. He was admitted to a private emergency clinic the evening of 16 June 2020 in the wake of feeling ill. He was let go at the Garden Block, Garden Town memorial park Lahore Pakistan.
Amanullah Khan (1946–6 March 2020), known (The lord of satire), expertly as Amanullah, was a Pakistani Punjabi theatre entertainer, humorist and TV craftsman viewed as probably the best jokester in the Indian subcontinent. He is cited as one of the world's best observational humorists as he learned through his environmental factors and ordinary happenings. He affected numerous artisans just as individuals. Khan has a world record of 860-day night theatre plays.
According to famous Pakistani comedian Sohail Ahmed, Amanullah Khan was viewed as one of the top jokers in Pakistan also in the Indian subcontinent. He showed up in Khabarzar on AAP News. Amanullah was conceived in a little territory of Lahore in 1950 to an everyday person his Father and Ancestors were accustomed to sing at weddings, and small Functions and his family had a melodic foundation. As his mom kicked the bucket and his dad became sick when he was exceptionally youthful, so He has spent his adolescence in neediness by accomplishing day by day work and selling palatable things close to Data Darbar Lahore.
Where he used to procure 5–10 Rs around then, he is the primary child of his folks while he has one sister. Amanullah began his vocation with a phase parody where he got an opportunity to show his ability at a young age. He got presented in the business by acclaimed Pakistani vocalist of that time, Tufail Niazi. Tufail Niazi was his Neighbor who revealed his capacities and indicated his ability to the world. He has been a piece of different stage shows and has performed other characters. He is one of the senior-most stage entertainers who made individuals chuckle with his smart jokes.
Amanullah Niazi has earned colossal regard and love with his outstanding work. He generally remained the focal point of consideration, and individuals adored watching him in front of an audience. A couple of his acclaimed stage dramatizations fuse 'Khirki ke peechay,' Disco Deewanay,' and numerous others. Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan in 2018 to He passed on 6 March 2020 because of Kidney disappointment in a nearby emergency clinic in Lahore.
Mufti Muhammad Naeem (1958 – 20 June 2020) was a Pakistani priest and Islamic researcher who filled in as Chancellor of Jamia Binoria. His fatherly family came from Surat in Indian Gujarat. His granddad was conceived a Parsi who embraced Islam. Naeem was developed in 1958. He likewise helped to establish the Deobandi seminary Jamia Binoria. He was part of Wifaq ul Madaris Al-Arabia, Pakistan. He passed on in Karachi on 20 June 2020 as a result of a heart attack. However, Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah revealed in a discourse at Sindh Assembly that Mufti Naeem, Talib Jauhri and Munawar Hasan, all the three priests kicked the past bucket week were expected to COVID-19.
Muhammad Taqi Usmani drove his burial service petition. The burial service was gone to by researchers like Muhammad Hanif Jalandhari, Hakeem Azhar of Ashraf ul Madaris, Taqi Usmani's child Muhammad Imran Ashraf Usmani of Jamia Darul Uloom, Karachi, Merajul Huda Siddiqui, Saeed Ahmad Afridi and his students. Leader of Pakistan Imran Khan, President Arif Alvi, Governor of Sindh Imran Ismail and the Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah expressed pity over his death. He is made due by his significant other, three children and two daughters. Earlier in 2014, his child in-law, Masood Beg, was slaughtered in an attack in Karachi.