Actor Mirza Shahi dies of coronavirus (COVID-19)
Mirza Shahi, a senior actor in the television industry, had been ill for the past several days and was having difficulty breathing. After being transported to the hospital, he tested positive for the coronavirus, which has since been treated at the hospital. Fellow actors have also asked for prayers for his health.
Mirza Shahi fought this deadly disease to some extent but he could not completely defeat the disease and died. Which has also been confirmed by his family. Mirza Shahi made his acting debut in the East Pakistani film industry in the 1960s, starring in actor Nadeem’s first film Chakori in 1967. After settling in Bangladesh, he settled in Karachi with his family.
After emigrating from East Pakistan in 1971, he also did small jobs due to financial difficulties. After that, he acted again through dramas of various producers of PTV Karachi Center. He showed the essence of acting in most of the PTV dramas including “Fifty Fifty” and he also got fame from the comedy drama serial “Hai Jedi” with Athar Shah Khan. He also recently starred in a private drama production.
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