Pakistani actors and celebrities took to social media to pay tribute to the Pakistani film industry’s icon Sabiha Khanum.
Leading Pakistani actress Sabiha Khanum passed away in the United States at the age of 85, Sabiha Khanum ruled the Pakistani cinema in the 1950s and ’60s with superhit films.
Pakistani cinema’s biggest star, an icon Sabiha Khanum’s death brings an end to an era of unparalleled excellence. With her husband Santosh Kumar, she redefined everlasting romance on celluloid.
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An end of an era. May you rest in peace, Sabiha Khanum sahiba. Pakistani cinema's biggest star, an icon Sabiha Khanum's death brings end to an era of unparalleled excellence. With her husband Santosh Kumar, she redefined everlasting romance on celluloid. 💖 Prayers for the departed soul and her family. 🙏 . . #Sabiha #sabihakhanum #cinema #legend #pakistanicinema #veteranactor #superstar #celebrity #santoshkumar #RIP #entertainmentworld #lollywood #oyeyeah
Pakistanis today mourn her death and pay tribute to one of the finest stars of all time. She was one of the 1st female actresses to make a name for herself in Lollywood and was known as the First Lady of Pakistan’s silver screen.
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I am so devastated about the loss of Sabiha Khanum. She was one of the 1st actor that i remember for her elegance & beauty. Grateful to Our UN Ambassador Maliha lodhi for honoring her with an award at the Pakistan Film Festival in New York. Seen here with Mahira Khan, Saba Qamar, Yasir Hussain and her daughter, granddaughter, Sarish Khan. Yasir & I went to see her in her hotel room and had great GupShup. She was residing in Washington DC. #sabihakhanum #malihalodhi #pakistanfilmfestival @mahirakhan @yasirhussain @sabaqamar @isarishkhan @catwalk_events #queenofk
#SabihaKhanum May Her Soul Rest in Peace.— Mohammad Ali Talpur (@mmatalpur) June 14, 2020
Sabiha Khanum, Santosh Kumar and yes that young boy is @mmatalpur in July 1958 at the Reception by my Respected father Mir Ali Ahmed Talpur who had few days before distributed the awards.
Yes, that pensive boy with Santosh Kumar is me. pic.twitter.com/WGlJQ4maZQ
You were the original queen of the silver screen and paved the way for generations. Legends like you are timeless and eternal. Rest in peace #SabihaKhanum ji.— Shafqat Amanat Ali (@ShafqatAmanatA) June 14, 2020
– Pakistan lost another asset today,— Shoaib Malik 🇵🇰 (@realshoaibmalik) June 14, 2020
Sabiha Khanum will always be remembered as the First Lady of Pakistan’s silver screen. May The Almighty bless the departed soul, our hearts go out to the family in this time of sorrow.#SabihaKhanum (1935-2020) pic.twitter.com/t76qN90B8m
Very sad to hear of Sabiha Khanum passing. Was privileged to meet her at a reception in Washington some years ago. She was the epitome of grace even then,and loved hearing that many of us had seen her movies. She and husband Santosh were Pk’s full on matinee idols in the 60s pic.twitter.com/fntU3Cx0Rl— SenatorSherryRehman (@sherryrehman) June 14, 2020
Our industry has lost one of its greatest. A true legend of the silver screen. The beautiful Sabiha Khanum Sahiba passed away today. May her soul Rest In eternal Peace. #RIPSabihaKhanum pic.twitter.com/zig772onS4— Ali Rehman Khan (@alirehmankhan) June 13, 2020
Madam Sabiha Khanum. A great star A legend. A kind and loving Lady. I have beautiful memories of knowing her. RIP lovely soul.— Samina Peerzada (@SaminaSays) June 14, 2020
May you rest in peace, Sabiha Khanum sahiba.— Mehr Tarar (@MehrTarar) June 14, 2020
One of our cinema's biggest, most beautiful icons, with Sabiha saheba's demise ends an era of unparalleled excellence. With her husband Santosh Kumar, she redefined everlasting romance on celluloid ❣
Prayers for her loved ones. pic.twitter.com/SCx93DfM0S