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Plane crash victim Zara Abid’s first short film release


Leading model Zara Abid first short film ‘Sikka’. Which was killed in a PIA flight PK8303 that crashed in Karachi on May 22, has been released on YouTube.

According to media reports, Ahmed Sarem is the director of the short film ‘Sikka’ released on YouTube. Which proved to be the first and last film of Zara Abid’s life.

Model Zara Abid is paid tribute at the beginning of the film ‘Sikka’. A message has been issued to her by the film team. In which it is written that “Zara is for you and you’re never-ending. For love, thank you so much for sharing your talents with us, it will always live in our hearts. May your soul rest in peace. ”

According to media reports, there is no dialogue in this short film while actress Saba Qamar has narrated the story in the film. In which Zara is portrayed as two women. Who are living a completely different life but their desires are the same. Are like

In this film, Zara Abid has played the roles of both women very well. In one role, she has become an ordinary poor girl while in the other, she is seen as a rich girl.

It should be noted that 99 people were on board the plane that crashed in Karachi. Sindh Health Department officials said that two passengers Muhammad Zubair and Zafar Masood miraculously survived the accident while 97 were confirmed dead.

Zara Abid was rapidly rising in the Pakistani fashion industry and this year she won the Best Family Model award at the Hum Style Awards.

She worked with leading designers in the industry and started her career with Sana Safinaz while soon she was going to make her big-screen debut with Azeem Sajjad’s film Chaudhry.

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