Son of Ibne Insha passes away, reason of death revealed

He was known for television serials such as 'Judai' and 'Rasm-e-Duniya' - Armeena Khan posts sentimental message


Rahul Aijaz October 16, 2017

Director Roomi Insha, son of popular Urdu columnist, poet and writer Ibne Insha, passed away on Monday in Karachi, due to a heart attack, his wife Saima Siddiqui confirmed to The Express Tribune.

roomi

"He had been unwell recently and today at around 12 or 1 in the afternoon, he suffered a major stroke," she said. "He was taken to the South City Hospital but couldn't be revived."

Ibne Insha – the wanderer of Chand Nagar

Siddiqui said that Roomi's mother Shakila Insha passed away last month and that had affected him a lot.

Roomi was a freelance filmmaker, who started his career as a graphic designer. He was known for television serials such as Najiah, Mannchalay, Tair-e-Lahooti, Mohabbat Ruth Jaye Tou, Mastana Mahi, Mausam, Judai and recently Rasm-e-Duniya.

Many from the entertainment fraternity took to social media to commemorate him.

Armeena Khan who had worked extensively with Roomi posted a sentimental message on social media.



rasme dunya behind scenes

She said: "The most painful goodbyes are the ones that are never said... RIP Roomi Insha I am in utter shock. I can't believe that you are gone. I am so lucky that we got to work on #RasmEDuniya with you. You will be missed. I still can't believe it. Samina Peerzada Sami Khan Bilal Abbas Khan "

Ahsan Khan too wrote: "Roomi Insha you will be missed!
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COMMENTS (3)

Asim Naseer | 4 years ago | Reply Bitter truth but in the end you have to accept it unconditionally. Roomi Insha RIP.. Ameen
shaikhmustafa | 4 years ago | Reply @Bunny Rabbit: death knows no age. I'm sure we all know that. It is also our faith that there is no such thing as an untimely or early death.
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