Actor Talat Hussain Now Doing Much Better

Daughter Tazeen Hussain takes to social media to share how her father's condition has improved

Actor Talat Hussain Now Doing Much Better

Veteran Pakistani stage and television actor Talat Hussain's condition has improved after facing a midweek scare.

In a message posted on her social media account on Saturday morning, Tazeen posed with her father Talat and wrote: "We, the Hussains, are thankful to all the well wishers and fans who sent us prayers and wishes."

"Alhamdolillah, with all your prayers, Abu is doing much better."

Earlier in the week, Tazeen had requested her fans to pray for the good health of her father.

She revealed that the prominent actor had been putting up with lung-related disease for quite some time and that his condition had been worsening with every passing day. 

Tazeen had further disclosed that her father was also having difficulty recognising people. 

After the news of his ailment went viral on social media, Pakistani television host and actor Faisal Qureshi, along with his wife, visited Talat Hussain to inquire after his health. 

Qureshi shared photos of the meeting with the iconic actor. He also extended warm wishes for Talat Hussain,s speedy recovery and long life. 

A recipient of the Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Talat Hussain is a prominent name in Pakistan's entertainment industry and has appeared in several memorable television plays and movies. 

Hussain's versatility and talent have made him a beloved figure in the industry. His performances in both television and film have garnered him a massive fan following and numerous accolades. From intense dramas to light-hearted comedies, Hussain's work has left an indelible mark on the world of Pakistani entertainment.

His famous movies include Chiragh Jalta Raha from 1962, in which Muhammad Ali and his real-life partner Zeba were in the leading roles. Ishara, released in 1969, features the chocolate hero Waheed Murad in the leading role, Gumnam and Jinnah- The biography of the father of the nation.

On the small screen, he excelled in Kashkol, Bandish, Karwan among other plays.