Funeral prayers for the everlasting peace of legendary comic Umar Sharif might be provided immediately. His physique was transported to Karachi from Turkey early this morning.
According to the aviation sources, Turkish Airlines flight TK-708 took off from Istanbul at 12:53 am. The scheduled flight landed on the Karachi Airport at round 5:33 am.
Umar Sharif’s physique was flown to Munich from Nuremberg, Germany, earlier than being flown to Istanbul aboard Turkish Air flight TK-1634.
Umar Sharif’s spouse Zareen Ghazal additionally has arrived again in Pakistan on board the identical airplane.
The household sources mentioned his physique might be shifted to the morgue from the airport.
Umar Sharif’s sons – Jawad Umar and Fawad Umar – have mentioned that their father’s funeral prayers might be provided at three pm at Umar Sharif Park reverse Zia-ud-Din Hospital Clifton. Later, he might be buried within the cemetery adjoining to the shrine of Hazrat Abdullah Shah Ghazi.
People, in a big quantity, are displaying up at Umar Sharif’s residence in Gulshan-e-Iqbal to supply their condolences to the bereaved household.
Umer Sharif was admitted to a hospital in Germany’s Nuremberg on Wednesday after his well being deteriorated throughout his flight to the United States. He was shifted to the hospital after his air ambulance made a scheduled touchdown in Germany.
The comic was recognized with a number of illnesses together with coronary situations.
Three days after his keep in Germany, he was anticipated to renew his travel to the US for medical therapy. However, a few hours of his dialysis, he suffered a coronary heart assault that took his life.
Umer Sharif handed away on the age of 66 at a hospital in Germany. His physician and husband of former Pakistani actress Reema Khan, Dr Tariq Shahab mentioned the comic was feeling advantageous throughout his dialysis.
However, a subsequent coronary heart assault proved deadly for him 4 hours after the dialysis on the Nuremberg South Hospital.
Sharif was born on April 19, 1955, to an Urdu talking household in Liaquatabad, Karachi. The star was well-acclaimed as one of many largest comedians in Asia.