- 31 Dec - 06 Jan, 2023
Deaths In 2021
- 25 Dec - 31 Dec, 2021
January 23: Larry King, American talk show host, died of a few underlying conditions at the age of 87.
January 30: Legendary film star and mother to actor Shaan Shahid, Neelo Begum passed away at the age of 80.
March 26: Legendary dramatist and playwright Haseena Moin passed away at the age of 79 in Karachi after fighting a battle with cancer.
April 9: Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, died aged 99.
April 29: Anne Douglas, the philanthropist and wife of late Kirk Douglas died in her Beverly Hills home.
June 8: Singer, drummer and founder of Overload music band Farhad Humayun passed away in Lahore at the age of 42.
July 1: Renowned Pakistani screenwriter, producer and poet Asma Nabeel passed away after a long battle with breast cancer.
July 1: Renowned Pakistani TV actor Anwar Iqbal passed away after a prolonged illness.
July 7: Robert Downey Sr., Robert Downey Jr., father and actor/director died at the age of 85.
July 7: Bollywood actor Dilip Kumar, famously known as ‘The Tragedy King’, passed away battling cancer for many years.
July 16: Veteran actress Sultana Zafar passed away at the age 66.
August 12: Veteran actress Durdana Butt passed away after eight days of being on the ventilator.
September 21: Willie Garson, The Sex and the City alum died at age 57.
September 24: Talat Iqbal, veteran actor and senior artist of Pakistani drama Industry, passed away in the United States.
October 2: Pakistan’s most celebrated comedian and television personality Umer Sharif passed away in Germany on Saturday. He was 66.
October 4: Alan Kalter, known for working with David Letterman on CBS' The Late Show, the announcer died at the age of 78.
October 10: Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan, the man regarded as the "father of Pakistan's nuclear bomb” died aged 85 after being hospitalised with Covid-19.
October 10: Ruthie Tompson, the Disney animator died at the age of 111.
October 24: James Michael Tyler, the actor, best known for playing Gunther on Friends, died battling prostate cancer since 2018.
November 13: Renowned television actor Sohail Asghar passed away after a protracted illness.