Celebrities pay tribute to model Zara Abid

By: News Desk      Published: 08:55 PM, 23 May, 2020
Celebrities pay tribute to model Zara Abid

Pakistan’s top model Zara Abid demise has left the entertainment industry stunned. 

Soon after the news was confirmed Several Pakistani celebrities took to social media to convey their condolences upon the death of the model.

Taking to Instagram, Hania Amir wrote: “I remember Asim and I screaming our lungs out when you won this award because you were our favourite and we admired your work so much. You were always so quiet and sweet with this beautiful smile and you brought such a fire to the ramp. I’m just glad I told you how awesome you were when you were here with us. May Allah give you the highest place in jannah Zara.”

Actor Saba Qamar wrote: “Dear Zara, I didn't know you personally, but I am deeply saddened and completely shattered by the news of your loss. Fly high up there in heaven. In these moments of loss, words are useless. I really cannot express the heartfelt sorrow that I feel for the passing of all those precious people who lost their lives in this traumatic incident yesterday.

Rest in Heaven.”

Actor Mehwish Hayat wrote: “I only met Zara Abid a couple of times. I loved her humility and her love for life. She was rapidly beginning to make her mark on the industry and had so much to live for, so much more to achieve. Whatever she had achieved in her career was all due to her tireless hard work and passion for work. Like all the others on the flight, a life extinguished before its time. We miss you Zara. My thoughts and prayers with her family as they are with all the others who have lost a loved one.”

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Television actor Ushna Shah wrote: “My few interactions with Zara were our run-ins at @nabila_salon . She was very warm, kind, beautiful, appreciative of my work (and I of hers). She was loved by her colleagues and makeup artists who all spoke very highly of her.

She further adds, “Her fans and the fashion industry mourns her, as do her admirers (myself included). Rest In Peace Zara, you will be missed.”

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My few interactions with Zara were our run-ins at @nabila_salon . She was very warm, kind, beautiful, appreciative of my work (and I of hers). She was loved by her colleagues and makeup artists who all spoke very highly of her. Her fans and the fashion industry mourn her, as do her admirers (myself included). Rest In Peace Zara, you will be missed. Prayers for Zara and each and every of the victims of the tragic #pk8303 crash. We ought to remember all of their names and who they were, let’s spend the next few days of mourning in doing so. There isn’t much we can do except for pray for their souls and pray for Allah to wrap his protection around their families and comfort them. Ameen. Also I am incredibly sorry to those who do not wish to believe this grim reality, but there were no survivors aside from the two listed. Inalilahewainaelerajiun

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Actress Ayesha Omar penned an emotional note and wrote: “Zara and I won our biggest awards this year, together, at the Hum style awards, 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, along with the two Tariqs. She was weeping with joy on stage when she received her award and I remember hugging her tightly and saying baby, you deserve this so much. She was too overwhelmed with emotion, to talk much on stage.

She further adds, “A little later I received my award and had tears in my eyes during my speech as well. You see we both knew what these awards meant for us. They meant more than anyone could imagine. 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.”

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Zara and I won our biggest awards this year, together, at the Hum style awards, in January. It was her first award, ever. 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, along with the two Tariqs. She was weeping with joy on stage when she received her award and I remember hugging her tightly and saying baby, you deserve this so much. 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. You see we both knew what these awards meant for us. They meant more than anyone could imagine. 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. Smiling, warm, vulnerable and happy, celebrating the fruit of your hard work. 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 day... this horrific reminder of how unpredictable life is. Praying for your soul and for your family, along with the families of all those departed. May Allah give them strength. Rest in eternal peace, beautiful. Fly high in the heavens. You must have done a lot of things right to be blessed with departing on Jumma tul Widah. . . @zaraabidofficial #rip #gonetoosoon #pia #planecrash #throwback

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Fashion Designer Emraan Rajput also offered condolence and wrote: “I will always remember your beautiful smile & your humble soul Zara Abid.  Gone too soon, my condolences to all the families & loved ones, especially Zara’s family. This too shall pass.Zara we will all miss that winning smile.”

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