Naila Jaffri a well-known television actress died of cancer

Naila Jaffri, a senior TV actress in Pakistan, died on Saturday after a lengthy fight with cancer.

Funeral prayers were held in a mosque in Defence Phase 1 for Naila Jaffri, who had been battling ovarian cancer for the last six years.

Hundreds of admirers rushed to social media to express their condolences following Naila Jaffri’s death.

She was well recognised for her appearances in the television dramas “Aa Mujh ko Satana,” “Desi Girls,” and “Thodi Si Khushiyan.”

Her video from a hospital bed recently went popular on social media. Sindh’s culture minister, Sardar Shah, responded to the video by announcing that the government will cover all of her medical bills.

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Lahore Herald is a Pakistani internet media company based in Lahore,it began operations as a social news and entertainment company with a focus on digital media

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