- Indian actress Zarina Rosina Khan of Kumkum Bhagya fame has passed away
- Khan who played the role of Indu Daasi is reported to have died from cardiac arrest
- Shabir Ahluwalia and Sriti Jha who played the roles of Abhi and Pragya in the series have taken to social media to bid Khan goodbye
- The posts have got many reactions from social media users who have expressed their surprise and bid the late actress a farewell
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Indian actress Zarina Rosina Khan of Kumkum Bhagya fame has reportedly passed away.
The 54-year-old who played the role of Indu Daasi, a grandmother of Abhi, in the popular Zee TV which showed on Adom TV a few years ago was reported dead on Monday, October 19, 2020.
According to a report YEN.com.gh sighted on Times of India, the actress died as a result of cardiac arrest.
Following the news of Khan's death, some of her colleagues on the TV series have taken to social media bid her goodbye.
Shabir Ahluwalia who played the role of the main character, Abhi, shared a photo kissing Khan and he captioned: “ye chand sa Roshan Chehera,” with a heartbreak emoji.
Sriti Jha, who played the role of Pragya, also shared a photo with the deceased with a heartbreak emoji.
The posts from Abhi and Pragya have got many of their followers to mourn the deceased.
itiswarnali prayed that Khan's soul rest in peace:
"MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE. OM SHANTI ."
ratitheangel also prayed for her to rest in peace:
"RIP to Roshan mam."
abhigyalover1 said she was going to miss her:
Will Miss her
guptashivam.19 described the late actress as a funny and lovable character:
Rip Dasi...Most funny and lovable character
For those who followed the Kumkum Bhagya series, grandma Indu, as Zarina Khan was known, was one of the most loved characters.
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