In a saddening turn of events, Pakistani singer Asad Abbas has succumbed to the complications of double kidney failure. The music industry mourns the loss of this talented artist whose soulful voice had touched hearts across the nation. Abbas’ demise follows his viral plea on social media for financial assistance to combat the debilitating disease that had taken a toll on his health.

The official Facebook page of Asad Abbas confirmed the news of his passing, acknowledging his relentless fight till the very end. The singer, recognized for his participation in Coke Studio and his rendition of the popular OST for the drama ‘Raqs-e-Bismil’, had garnered substantial attention in recent weeks due to his public appeal for funds to support his medical battle.

In an interview with Daily Pakistan, Asad Abbas candidly disclosed the gravity of his situation, revealing that his treatment required a staggering Rs 50 million. He openly shared that his family had depleted their savings in their desperate efforts to fund his kidney transplant, reflecting the immense financial strain that serious illnesses can place on families.

In a heartwarming display of solidarity, renowned actors Imran Ashraf Awan and Adnan Siddiqui stepped forward to assist Asad Abbas. They appealed to their followers, urging them to extend their support to the singer during his time of financial distress.

As the nation grieves the loss of this promising artist, the music and entertainment community stands united in honoring Asad Abbas’ contributions to the industry. His journey serves as a poignant reminder of the challenges faced by individuals battling health crises and the crucial role that collective support plays in such trying times.