Famous Pakistani playwright Haseena Moin has breathed her last on Friday. Haseena Moin was suffering from breast cancer but the main cause of her death has not been revealed yet. The funeral prayers of Haseena Moin will be held after Asr in Nazimabad area of Karachi.
Haseena Moin wrote some of the most famous and iconic dramas for stage, radio and television. Some of her masterpieces include Tanhaiyaan, Kiran Kahani, Ankahi, Aahat, Dhoop Kinaray, Uncle Urfi, Shehzori, Des Pardes, Aansoo, Kasaak and Parchaiyan.
Pakistan lost one of its finest writers today.
RIP #HaseenaMoin 🌹
🎥: Ankahi pic.twitter.com/eha0gHaks3
— Zahraa (@ZahraaHyder) March 26, 2021
Haseena Moin was born in Kanpur, India and she received her early education from there. After partition she moved to Karachi in 50s and graduated from Government College for Women and after that she did Masters of Arts in History from Karachi University in 1963. She wrote some internationally acclaimed dramas. She was also recipient of Pride of Performance award for her services towards arts in Pakistan.
Haseena was last seen in public at Pakistan Day event on 23rd March at the Arts Council of Pakistan.
— Ahmed Shah (@AHMEDSHAHACP) March 24, 2021
On 22nd March she visited the Arts Council of Pakistan and got vaccinated against COVID-19.
Literary Genius Haseena Moin just got her first dose of the Covid 19 Vaccine at the Council’s vaccination center and was delighted to see the professionalism of the ACP staff and the center’s sanitation@Qasimsoomro#acpkhi #artscouncil #COVID_19 pic.twitter.com/Dh9fHyRJab
— Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi (@ACPKHI) March 22, 2021
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