Top Fashion Model Zara Abid, 28, Posted “Fly High, It’s Good” Before She Died in PIA Plane Crash

One of Pakistan’s top models Zara Abid has passed away in PIA flight PK-8303 that crashed on Karachi’s Model Colony minutes before landing at Jinnah International Airport.

Top Fashion Model Zara Abid, 28, Posted "Fly High, It's Good" Before She Died in PIA Plane Crash

Top Fashion Model Zara Abid, 28, Posted “Fly High, It’s Good” Before She Died in PIA Plane Crash

Earlier, there were rumours that she is survived and under treatment but now the Sindh Government has confirmed 97 deaths and two survivors and she is not one of them. A total of 2 passengers have survived the accident which claimed 97 lives.

Just 3 days ago before traveling model Zara Abid did a photo shoot with plan and posted it on her instagram with caption “Fly High, It’s Good”.

Sadly she passed away Holy month of Ramadan on Last Friday Jumma tul Wida, May her soul rest in peace !!

Fashion Model Zara Abid was also traveling from Lahore to Karachi in the unfortunate plane PIA flight 8303 which crashed near Airport before landing.

Tributes are being paid on social media to the “wonderful and hardworking” star. Her colleagues from media fraternity have been pouring in tribute for her. Pakistani actor and model, Saba Qamar Zaman expressed her grief on Twitter:

“In these moments of loss, words are useless. I really cannot express the

heartfelt sorrow that I feel for the passing of all those precious people who lost their lives in this traumatic incident yesterday. Fly high up there in heaven you all!”

Hair Stylist & Makeup Artist Omayr Waqar wrote, You make me jealous by making your spot in Jannah! Enjoy heaven beautiful! Save us a spot!.

Turkish actress Esra Bilgic also offered condolences to fans and family of model Zara Abid.

The “Dirilis:Ertugrul” star followed Zara on Instagram and left a heart-breaking comment. “I’m sorry for being late to follow you back, Zara. All Pakistan and Zara’s family, please accept my most sincere condolences on your loss today. Rest in Peace,” she wrote.

So the lesson is that “we can not judge anyone’s dress and lifestyle”. She is so lucky that she has died in such a blessed month and she is in a better place now.