LAHORE :Zara Abid, the brilliant actor and super model who won many hearts, had turned 28 on April 4, 2020, just a little over a month and a half when the plane crash tragedy took her life.She had...
LAHORE :Zara Abid, the brilliant actor and super model who won many hearts, had turned 28 on April 4, 2020, just a little over a month and a half when the plane crash tragedy took her life.
She had penned a post on her 28th birthday, which read: "Verified I am actually thankful to Allah for this quarantine birthday. It made me learn the value of people who love us, how we take things for granted in normal times. Thank you everyone for making my day lovely with all your wishes. And especially the ones who send love my way with surprises even in this hard time." Zara Abid received Best Female Model Award in January 2020.
Actress Ayesha Omar shared, “Zara and I won our biggest awards together this year in January. That was the last time I met her and the only time I got to really connect with her. It was me who presented the award to her. She was weeping with joy on stage when she received her award and I remember hugging her tightly and saying baby, you deserved this so much. I remember she was too overwhelmed with emotion, to talk much on stage. A little later I received my award and had tears in my eyes during my speech as well. We both met backstage right after, and shared this overwhelming experience together. After some hugging and sobbing, we fixed our faces and took these beautiful photos. This is how I’ll always remember you Zara. I didn’t know you too well but the amazing things we are all hearing about you from your friends tell us what a wonderful, kind soul you were. You worked hard to support your family and had big dreams, some of which you were able to catch, but you left us too soon. We will not forget this horrific reminder of how unpredictable life is. Praying for your soul and your family along with the families of all those departed. May Allah give them strength.