On Thursday evening in Karachi, Pakistani actor Ismail Tara passed away suddenly, according to his family.
According revealed that he was admitted to a private hospital for the last three days due to some health complications. Doctors put him on a ventilator after his health deteriorated. His family claimed Kidney failure caused his death.
From 1964 until his passing, Ismail Tara performed in stage plays, TV dramas, movies, and television. When the original scriptwriter Anwar Maqsood had a falling out with the popular show’s director and actors in 1981, he wound up scripting several episodes of the popular TV show Fifty Fifty alongside fellow TV comedian Majid Jehangir.
The legendary TV star rose to fame with his iconic role in the Pakistani drama Fifty Fifty. He later worked on many stage plays, television dramas, and Lollywood films. He is a five-time Nigar Award winner for best comedian in Haathi Mere Saathi. Other his famous work include Aakhri Mujra, Munda Bigra Jaye, Chief Sahib, and Deewarein.
Known for his memorable performance in the Pakistani show Fifty Fifiy, the illustrious TV personality first gained notoriety. He also participated in a number of theatrical productions, television dramas, and Lollywood movies. Ismail has won the best comic Nigar Award five times. He won awards for the films Haathi Mere Saathi, Aakhri Mujra, Munda Bigra Jaye, Chief Sahib, and Deewarein.
Tara was reportedly on a ventilator after his health reportedly declined, and he stayed hospitalised in a private hospital for the last three days due to certain health issues. According to reports, he died as a result of kidney failure.