Indian artists have extended condolences on the demise of Umer Sharif.
Pakistan’s King of Comedy, Umer Sharif has been extremely popular across the border as well.
When times were good, Umer Sharif had travelled numerous times to India and made appearances in numerous shows.
Multiple Indian artists have bid farewell to the legendary comedian who passed away after a prolonged illness on Oct.2.
Kapil Sharma, the host of famous comedy show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’, was among the first Indian artist to bid goodbye to Umer Sharif.
“Goodbye legend! May your soul rest in peace,” Indian comedian and TV show host Kapil Sharma tweeted.
— Kapil Sharma (@KapilSharmaK9) October 2, 2021
“My heart is so so heavy with the news that the highly respected and legendary comedian #UmerSharif Bhai passed away today. He not only had a unique ‘andaz e bayaan’ but was also a socially and morally conscious human being. May Allaah(swt) have mercy on and bless his soul,” famous Hollywood actor and producer Javed Jaaferi tweeted.
My heart is so so heavy with the news that the highly respected and legendary comedian #UmerSharif bhai passed away today. He not only had a unique ‘andaz e bayaan’ but was also a socially and morally conscious human being. May Allaah(swt) have mercy on and bless his soul 🤲🏽
— Jaaved Jaaferi (@jaavedjaaferi) October 2, 2021
Indian actor-comedian Sudesh Lehri in a tweet bid goodbye to the legend Umer Sharif.
“The one who made the whole world laugh, brought tears to everyone’s eyes today,” he said.
Alvida legend Umer Sharif!!! Puri Duniya ko hasane wale ne aaj sab ke aankho main aansu la diya. R.I.P Sir 🙏🙏🙏 pic.twitter.com/cwYKrrX5yd
— Sudesh Lehri (@Sudesh_Lehri) October 2, 2021
Renowned Indian Punjabi singer Daler Mehndi offered condolences on the death of legendary Pakistani comedian Umer Sharif.
While thanking @ImranKhanPTI for his help, Daler said, "Main Imran Bhaji ka Shukarguzar hun ki uunhonay bahut koshish ki."
Umer Sharif passed away in Germany today. pic.twitter.com/mJxE3hLwmN
— Ravinder Singh Robin ਰਵਿੰਦਰ ਸਿੰਘ راویندرسنگھ روبن (@rsrobin1) October 2, 2021
Famous Indian actor-comedian, Ali Asgar in a tweet said, “Inna lillahe wa inna elayeh raajeon… Alwida Umer sharif Bhai you will never be forgotten.”
— Ali Asgar (@kingaliasgar) October 2, 2021
Leading Bollywood comedian Johnny Lever in a statement said that today we have lost a great artist.
“Umar Sharif was a very good man, he has a lot of fans in India, the entire Indian film industry is obsessed with Umar Sharif. People in India were thirsty to see Umar Sharif, saddened by his death,” he said.
People like Umer Sharif has shown the world that art and artist are not bound to any boundaries.
Umer Sharif’s death has left many of his Indians fans mourning.
— Vikrant Gupta (@vikrantgupta73) October 2, 2021
Heartfelt condolences, Jaaved bhai. #UmerSharif was known to be a gentle soul besides being a very popular performer. May his soul rest in peace 🙏
— nirupama kotru (@nirupamakotru) October 3, 2021
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) October 2, 2021
Like many Punjabis, I grew up watching #UmerSharif’s stage plays “Bakra Qistoon Pe” and “Buddha Ghar Pe Hai”. Me and my cousins laughed hysterically as we replayed the cassette every year. South Asia’s greatest comedian + actor. Thank you for your talent, humor and love. ❤️ 🇵🇰 pic.twitter.com/TqXQ3nRqj8
— Dr Prerna Bakshi (@bprerna) October 2, 2021
— BombayTimes (@bombaytimes) October 2, 2021
Hey bhagwan what did I just hear. My all-time fav, the greatest comedian #UmerSharif is no more. 💔💔💔
My entire family together used laugh so loud while watching 'bakra qiston pe'. My fav being Umar Sharif Hazir Ho.
R.I.P. wahaan per bhi sabko hansaiyega. 😥😥😥
— Rakhi Tripathi (@rakhitripathi) October 2, 2021
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