Sana Saeed reveals how she lost her dad on the day of the Janta Curfew, but could not attend his last rites as she was stuck in Los Angeles.
The coronavirus pandemic has created havoc in the lives of millions across the world. Sana Saeed, who is famous for her role as little Anjali from Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, could not even attend the last rites of her father due to this pandemic. Currently, Sana is in Los Angeles where she is trying to cope with her grief. Her father, Urdu poet Abdul Ahad Saeed, passed away on the day of the Janta Curfew, March 22. It seems she was in Los Angeles for an event. She came to know about his demise at around 7 am in the morning and wanted to fly back home, but could not do due to the pandemic. He was a diabetic and suffered from multiple organ failure.
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Daddy, you’ve always been the coolest – like all those times you said ‘YES’ when Mom said ‘NO’ 😍🤤❤️ Happy Father’s Day, to my adorable hooooman who I’ve caused so many sleepless nights and still continues to love me unconditionally 😌❤️ Yes I traumatise my father with kisses🤣🥰 . . . Sending Love to all the beautiful daddy’s of the world. You make us who we are, thank you for giving us this beautiful life and Loving us unconditionally 💋 #happyfathersdaytoallfathers #happyfathersdaytosinglemoms #WELOVEYOU
Sana Saeed told Hindustan Times, “My dad was a diabetes patient, and this led to multiple organ failure. It was around 7 am in LA when I got the news and I wanted to rush back home and hug my mother and sisters. The circumstances under which I lost my father were very unfair. But I know in my heart that he was really suffering and he’s definitely in a better place now.” The lady was also seen in a grownup role Karan Johar’s Student Of The Year, under whose direction she had made her film debut as a child artiste many years ago.
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Sana added, “My family had decided to do the funeral on the same day and we had only three hours in hand. On their way, they were stopped by the cops to check, but after seeing the death certificate, they allowed them to go. Though I wasn’t there physically, my sister kept texting me every time during the ceremony.” Sana is currently keeping herself busy with lots of yoga and has enrolled for an online business course.