Veteran Pakistani actor Talat Hussain passed away in Karachi at the age of 83 after a prolonged illness. The sad news was confirmed by the president of the Karachi Arts Council.

Hussain had been undergoing treatment for a long time at a private hospital in Karachi. His demise marks the end of an era for Pakistani television and cinema, where he was celebrated for his versatile acting skills and captivating performances.

Born in 1941, Talat Hussain had a storied career spanning several decades. He was known for his roles in classic television dramas such as “Uncle Urfi,” “Parchaiyan,” and “Dhoop Kinare,” among many others. His contributions to the entertainment industry were recognized with numerous awards, including the Pride of Performance.

Pakistani celebrities, politicians, and fans have expressed their deep sorrow over the loss of the legendary actor. Tributes have poured in on social media, highlighting his immense talent and the legacy he leaves behind in the arts.

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