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Inna lilah e wa inna lilah e rajeon.May Allah bless him.He was a very good actor.But this is the reality.People come in this world and leave their memories for the rest.Its upto us whether we would like to be remembered in good or bad words.
Inna Lillah e wa inna alayhe rajeyoon.
We all have to go to His Almighty eventually … a fine actor and the one who maintained his seriousness to the last unlike a few others.
May Allah bless him.
Umm, welcome to IMB too!!
Thats life!. Just because he was an actor, I should say Inna-lillahe-wa-inna-ialihee-rajion?
I have no regret for him. He chose the profession
of acting, he performed good, we liked the shows, he got paid for it and thats it. I don’t worship actors.
If that sounds materialistic, just live with it.
@”Why should I be sorry!”
You friggin moron! Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilaihi Rajioon simply means:
“WE ARE [COME] FROM ALLAH AND TO HIM WE RETURN”
In other words, Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Its an acknowledgment of human mortality. Its a statement of the human condition. We live, we make merry, we die. All of us.
He’ll be missed. Here is bit more detail about Shafi M. Shah’s death.
A good and sober actor and good human being is gone, Allah unki MUghfarat karae Amin.
Inna lilla he wa inna ilahey rajioon. A very versatile actor and excellent human being. May allah let his bereaved family bear the loss.
An excellent human being? Wasn’t he known for beating his wife?
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