Hira Mani recently lost her father. While the cause of death was not specified but Hira and Mani’s friends and family were requested to join them to bid farewell to the deceased.
Following the announcement, the Meray Paas Tum Ho actor also shared a heartbreaking note on Instagram. She uploaded a post her late father had shared on his social media reading, “Death is the gateway to a new life, so be careful. Don’t do anything bad to others and secure your new life after death.”
Now, in another post, Hira has shared a previous interview in which she had spoken about her father and how he spoiled her regardless of the financial restraints. "I love my father very much," the Kashf star had said in the snippet. "He's a lovely person, he's someone who has always cheered for me. When everyone in the family criticised me, said I'll get to know things better when I'll get married, when I'll have a husband. He was the only person who really encouraged me to do whatever I willed."
She added, "My father would take me shopping, let me buy whatever I wanted. We didn't even have a lot of money but he made sure I would get whatever I had wished for. Mani is exactly like my father. He, like my father, would drag me to shops and fulfill all my wishes."
Recalling the time when she went to Turkey with her husband, Hira shared, "When we were in Istanbul, he would do the same as my father used to. That's when I realised that he [Mani] is exactly like my dad. Every girl dreams that her husband is her father's reflection. And I have that. That's why I love Mani so much."
The unfortunate news of Hira's father was shared by Mani on his social media. "It is with great and profound sadness that we inform you of the passing of Hira's father Syed Farukkh Jamal,” he wrote on Facebook. “Namaz e Janazah will be held today after Maghreb namaz at Taimuriah Masjid Hydri, North Nazimabad. Hira and Mani,” he added.
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