Mansha Pasha’s family constructs mosque in memory of actor’s late father

Actor Mansha Pasha took to Instagram on Saturday to proportion that her circle of relatives has been a success in having a mosque constructed in honour of her past due father. Explaining how she is “grateful” for the people who helped assemble the constructing, the Laal Kabootar actor requested lovers for prayers for her father’s departed soul.

Sharing the translation of a verse from the Quran, Mansha wrote, “In the Holy Month of Ramzan we had been able to complete a mosque in a nearby village about 4 hours from Karachi, inside the loving reminiscence of my father.”The actor persevered, “We, as a family, are especially grateful to all the employees who undertook this task and were capable to complete it in this auspicious month.”

Expressing appreciation for her fans’ assist, she added, “Thank you all in favour of your support, prayers and kind words. We are ever thankful to Allah for giving us the opportunity and the way to be able to adopt this.”

She concluded with a request for prayers, “Please take a second to say a prayer for my father. May he be at peace and in a high region in Jannat ul Firdous.”

The mosque has been named Masjid e Tariq, with Mansha sharing snap shots of a plaque that study, “In the loving memory of Dr Tariq Pasha Memon,” with the names of all four of his daughters below.

Fellow actor Maryam Nafees commented below the put up, which contained snap shots of the mosque, “This is lovely mashaAllah,” along with a heart emoji.“Stay With Me” additionally lacks as an ungainly combination of 3 very special artists — Justin Timberlake, Halsey and Pharrell Williams, whose contributions to this tune fall quick of cohesive.

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