Since the death of renowned Pakistani comedian Omar Sharif, he has been mentioned on other platforms in Pakistan, including social media, and his artistic talents have been praised.
Since the death of renowned Pakistani comedian Omar Sharif, he has been mentioned on other platforms in Pakistan, including social media, and his immense artistic talents are being paid tribute.
Omar Sharif’s fans were not only in Pakistan but also across the border and he gained popularity in the era of VHS tapes, and he was an expert in putting smiles on people’s faces in his untouched style.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed deep sorrow and grief over the demise of well-known actor and artist Omar Sharif and a message issued from his office said, Held a unique position in the sector. His services in the field of art will be remembered forever.
Similarly, several current and former players of the Pakistan cricket team are also mourning the death of Omar Sharif and paying tribute to him. Former Pakistan cricket captain Shahid Afridi wrote, “Thank you for your valuable services to Pakistan and for making us laugh with your eternal humor. You will always be remembered. ‘
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MP Zali Huma said, “I am heartbroken over the death of Omar Sharif, first Moin Akhtar and now we have lost legends and promising artists. His humor was accessible to both children and adults. No one can make up for their lack.
Similarly, consumers remembered Omar Sharif’s era of VHS. One user, Osama bin Javed, said: “They changed the theater and made it a place of humor for the family. The word ‘Chhachhora’ was also his invention. Omar Sharif and Moin Akhtar laughed a lot in ‘Badha Ghar Pe Hai’.
Similarly, user Saima Khan wrote, “Omar Sharif made us laugh every day in our childhood, he was a beautiful soul and is still indebted to Pakistan and its services. May God grant patience and perseverance to his family.
A tweet from Faisal Qureshi said, “He was a real diamond in the industry and also a legend. I pray for his family in this difficult time.
India’s Vikrant Gupta wrote that Omar Sharif is no longer with us. The 80’s and 90’s were theirs. Abdul Ahad Javed, a user, says, “There was no one like Omar Sharif and there will never be one.”
Nadeem Farooq Paracha says that Omar Sharif was one of the most comedians in Pakistan. He belonged to a middle class family in Karachi and then he emerged as a great artist in his field. The public style of his comedy has influenced many comedians, not only in Pakistan but also in India.
“If you were in his company, he would never let you down,” says Pakistani musician Shehzad Rai. The way he saw the world was very different from the rest of the people and that was evident in his performances.