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Indian celebrities grieved over death of comedian Umar Sharif

Indian celebrities grieved over death of comedian Umar Sharif
October 2, 2021 --- Web Desk

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Indian celebrities have also expressed grief over the sad demise of comedy king Umar Sharif.

Talking to 92 News, Comedian Johnny Lever said that no one can fill up the vacuum created by Umar Sharif. "Whenever I talked to him, I found him a great man," he observed.

Actor Raza Murad told 92 News that they are grieved at the death of Umar Sharif. "Such artistes are born after centuries. His death is a tragedy. The person who made the people laugh throughout his life has left us today. May Allah Almighty rest his soul in eternal peace," he said.

In a message on Twitter, Comedian Kapil Sharma said: "Alvida legend. May your soul rest in peace." He also shared a picture of the comedy king.

Singer Daler Mehndi said that the death of Umar Sharif is a sorrowful news. "He was a comedian par excellence. His fans will remember him for a long period," he said.

Paying glowing tributes, Comedian Raju Srivastav said that Umar Sharif was a God gifted actor. "He did not need a script for comedy. He was not only a good artiste but also a good man. He used to make the people laugh without any script," he added.

Comedian Sunil Paul said that the people in both places – Pakistan and India – are grieved at the death of comedy king Umar Sharif. "He had a great love for small actors like me. He also visited my house during his visit to India. A small actor considered himself a big one in his company," he observed.

تازہ ترین خبریں حاصل کرنے کے لیے فوری اطلاع کی اجازت دیں

آپ کسی بھی وقت دائیں طرف نیچے بیل آئیکن پر صرف ایک کلک کے ذریعے آسانی سے سبسکرائب کر سکتے ہیں۔