- PM Imran Khan says Qaiser would continuously increase consciousness about social injustices and points.
- The premier sends his condolences and prayers to the legendary puppeteer’s household.
- Qaiser died of cardiac arrest in Islamabad on the age of 76 in the present day.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday expressed grief and sorrow over the demise of Pakistani TV icon Farooq Qaiser — popularly often known as Uncle Sargam.
Qaiser, who’s thought to be one of many pioneers of puppetry and artwork in Pakistan, died of cardiac arrest in Islamabad on the age of 76 in the present day.
“Saddened to learn of Farooq Qaiser’s death. He was not just a performer but would constantly raise awareness about social injustices and issues,” the premier mentioned.
“My condolences and prayers go to his family,” he added.
Uncle Sargam, a family identify for Pakistani youngsters of the 80s and 90s, was born on October 31, 1945, in Lahore.
He started his profession as an artist after finishing commencement from the Nationwide School of Arts in Lahore.
Youngsters’s reveals Kaliyan, Sargam Sargam, and Daak Time are in style TV reveals of Farooq Qaiser.
Uncle Sargam and Maasi Museebtay are thought to be Pakistan’s legendary puppet duo.