The news of her demise was confirmed by her family.
Her Namaz e Janaza will be held today 26th March 2021 after Asar at Madni Masjid Block I, North Nazimabad, Karachi.
Hassen had been a survivor of breast cancer, however, the cause of her death had not been revealed yet.
She also received her dose of the COVID-19 vaccine just a few days before her death.
She was last seen in public at a Pakistan Day event at the Arts Council of Pakistan in Karachi on March 23.
Literary Genius Haseena Moin just got her first dose of the Covid 19 Vaccine at the Council's vaccination center and was delighted to see the professionalism of the ACP staff and the center's sanitation@Qasimsoomro#acpkhi #artscouncil #COVID_19 pic.twitter.com/Dh9fHyRJab— Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi (@ACPKHI) March 22, 2021
Over a career spanning more than 40 years, Haseena Moin delivered a plethora of hits for television, stage, and radio.
Her extraordinary work included Ankahi, Tanhaiyaan’, Kiran Kahani, Dhoop Kinaray, Aahat, Uncle Urfi, Shehzori, Kohar, Des Pardes, Pal Do Pal, Aansoo, Kasak, Parchaiyan, and Parosi.
With her death, an era of Pakistani dramas comes to its end. Many fans, colleagues, and followers took to social media to express their grief and extend prayers.
For her unmatched writing skills, she was awarded the Pride of Performance award in 1987.
Born on November 20, 1941, in Kanpur, in India, and received her early education in her ancestral region and, after the independence of Pakistan in 1947, migrated with her family to Pakistan.
Keep in mind earlier a day Kanwal Naseer Pakistan Television’s first female announcer passes away.
In the 1950s, her family settled in Karachi after living in Rawalpindi and Lahore. She graduated from the Government College for Women in 1960 and earned a Master of Arts in History from Karachi University in 1963.