Pakistan’s veteran actress Sumbul Shahid passed away earlier today due to Covid-19. Her sister Bushra Ansari kept on updating about her sister’s health on social media. Sumbul tested positive about a month ago and was undergoing treatment in a hospital in Lahore. Here we have got further details!
Sumbul Shahid Passes Away Due To COVID-19!
Bushra Ansari had been informing everyone about her sister’s health following critical condition due to COVID-19. With the consideration of Sumbal’s condition, doctors placed her on a ventilator.
Sisters Bushra and Asma Abbas had appealed to their fans to pray for their ill sister’s recovery as her condition worsened.
However, after a month-long battle with COVID-19, Sumbul passed away today. As soon as this sad news surfaced, condolences are in order from celebrities and fans.
The star appeared in many dramas like Malika-e-Aliya, Ishqaaway, and Takay Ki Ayegi Baraat.
Sumbul Shahid was best known for her work in Golden Girls and was widely popular for her role in Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat.
Her last appearance was in the drama Nand with Shahroz Shabzwari, Minal Khan, Ijaz Aslam and others stars.
It is pertinent to mention here that a year ago Sumbul had to go through the toughest time following her son Shiraz’s death. He passed away in a paragliding accident in Chitral.
Sumbul Shahid is a Pakistani actress known for her roles in dramas Aeteraaf, Ishqaaway, and Nand. Sumbul started her career as a hostess of the talk show ‘Golden Girls’. Then she worked at a Punjabi channel ‘Apna channel’ for four years. She used to interview female politicians in Punjabi. ‘Taaky Ki Aae Gi Barat’ was her debut drama in which she played the role of mother of the protagonist; Taaka.
Her two sisters Bushra Ansari and Asma Abbas are also famous Pakistani actresses. Her other sister Neelam Ahmed Bashir is a writer.