As the world mourns the death of two of Bollywood's finest, actor Yasir Hussain has taken the opportunity to honour some of the legendary figures of the acting world while they are still alive. In a series of posts on is Instagram, Hussain has paid tribute to three of Pakistan's most iconic actors which include Nadeem Baig, Raat Kazmi and Bushra Ansari.
Alongside a picture of Baig, the Jhooti actor noted that death is not the only reason to pay respect to someone. "Zaroori nahi k sirf unki tasweeren lagai jaen jo chaly gaye hain . Jo zinda hain aur Allah unhain lambi umer de hamary legend real super star hain unhain bhi yaad kia ja sakta hai. (It's not necessary to only remember those that have passed away. The ones who are alive and are our legendary superstars can also be remembered)," he said.
Hussain then listed some of Baig's accolades. " 200 se zyada kamyaab films mai kaam kia hai 1967 se ab tak. Mashallah. Salamat rahen Nadeem sahab, (Worked in more than 200 successful films since 1967. Stay safe and healthy Nadeem sir) King of Romance," he added.
Talking about Kazmi, Hussain described him a "Living legend" as he revealed that the evergreen 'Dhoop Kinary' was his favourite drama. "Salaam to the Living Legend Rahat Kazmi Sahab . the most handsome actor of Pakistani drama industry. 1976 mai acting start ki . 'Dhoop kinary' mera favourite drama hai . Aaj bhi sir theatre mai acting karty hain aur sikhaty bhi hain. Allah aap ko sehet aur umer rdaraaz ata kary Ameen. ( Started acting in 1976. Dhoop Kinary is my favourite drama. Even today he acts and teaches in theatre. May God grant you health,)" he said.
Lastly, Hussain went on to sing praises of Ansari calling her the energy that fuels Pakistan's entertainment industry. I Love this wonderfully Talented actress-singer and writer. 50/50 ho Angan tehra ya Seeta bagri. Bushra jee kamaal karti hain. Yeh wakai mai woh bijli hain jis se hamari entertainment industry chalti hai. ( Be it 50/50, Angan Tehra or Seeta Bagri, Bushra ma'am you've done wonders. She is really the electricity on which the industry runs)," he said.
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