Fans Express Concern Over Omar Sharif's Viral Photo

Fans Express Concern Over Omar Sharif's Viral Photo

Fans are expressing concern over the health of Pakistan's famous comedian Omar Sharif after a picture of him went viral on social media.

The photo of Omar Sharif was shared on a Twitter account named after him, with the caption, "Remember in your prayers." In the picture, Omar Sharif can be seen sitting in a wheelchair. His beard has grown and he looks very weak. This picture of Omar Sharif went viral as soon as he saw it and a series of prayers started from the fans for his recovery.

A user named Zakia shared the photo and wrote, "This is a picture of Omar Sharif, the one who spreads smiles, gives thousands of advice in jokes, who would make you smile when you see him, I have never seen him like that." She wanted to see, may Allah grant her perfect health.

Sharing the photo, Hamza Awan wrote, "I saw this picture of legend Omar Sharif. Pray for his recovery. He has given us many smiles." TV show host Kiran Naz wrote, "This is a recent photo of legendary artist Omar Sharif. Pray for his recovery." A user named Ahmar wrote that Omar Sharif is very ill nowadays.

Retweeting the tweet, journalist Amir Matin said, "Will anyone in the government look at him?" He is a legend and he is lacking in our country. However, there is no confirmation as to whether this is a recent photo of Omar Sharif or not. However, some showbiz social media accounts have also shared this photo and appealed for prayers for his recovery.

While a large number of fans are worried about Omar Sharif's health, some claim that Omar Sharif is fine. So far, Omar Sharif has not confirmed or denied the viral image of his health. It may be recalled that Omar Sharif started his career as a stage actor in 1974 at the age of 14 and released his plays on audio cassettes for the first time in 1980.

Omar Sharif is known as a TV, stage actor, film director. He gained a lot of popularity not only in the country but also abroad.

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