Pakistan plane crash has killed 90 people and left only two people alive, one of which is Bank of Punjab President Zafar Masud (Pakistan plane crash survivor Zafar Masud). It is now learned that his roots are related to UP and he has a deep bond with Kamal Amrohi, the director of the film Pakeezah.
Only two people are left alive in the plane crash that took place in New Delhi Pakistan on Friday. One of them is President of Bank of Punjab Zafar Masud ( Pakistan plane crash survivor Zafar Masud ). His roots are related to Amroha in western UP and he is from the family of Kamal Amrohi, the director of the film Pakiza. Masood suffered injuries to the hip bone and collar bone in the Pakistan plane crash. Nearly 90 people were reported killed in this plane accident near Karachi Airport. Masood’s family moved to Pakistan in 1952
A relative of Zafar Masood, Adil Zafar said that his family had moved to Pakistan in 1952. Adil Zafar makes documentary films in Mumbai. He is the first cousin of Zafar’s mother. After the crash, Adil spoke to Masood’s family, who live in Karachi. Adil reveals that everyone in his family is overjoyed at Masood’s miraculous escape.
Masood’s mother’s direct relationship with Kamal Amrohi,
Adil said that he met Masood in 2015 in Karachi. Masood loves India very much and also wants to come to Amroha to see his ancestral home. Zafar Masood’s mother is directly connected with Kamal Amrohi, as his maternal grandfather Taki Amrohi was cousin of Kamiza Amrohi of Pakiza. Please tell that Taki Amrohi was a journalist in Pakistan. Masood’s family lives in Saddo Mohalla, Amroha. His grandfather Masood Hasan was a lawyer and his father Munawwar Saeed was a TV artist in Pakistan.
The accident occurred a few minutes before the landing,
it is being told that the plane with which the accident took place in Pakistan had about 100 people, in which only two people were lucky enough to save their lives. The plane crashed just minutes before landing at Jinnah International Airport. It had about 90 passengers and the rest were crew members.