Mahira Khan kisses Nida at Indus Hospital. Twitter photo
Pakistani actress Mahira Khan recently fulfilled the wish of one cancer patient by visiting her at a local hospital.
The hospital, that runs on funds and donations, treats its patients free of cost. In a tweet by the hospital, Mahira can be seen with Nida as she thanks the management for inviting her.
“Mahira Khan came to the Indus Hospital to visit Nida, a cancer patient whose wish was to meet the actress. A huge thank you to Mahira for making Nida’s wish come true,” the tweet read.
In the post, accompanied with a minute long video, the Verna actor said, “I would like to thank you (Nida). Because of her, I’m here. I’m very grateful for it. I’ve heard so much about Indus hospital and now I’ve seen it. I’m amazed the way the staff of this hospital takes care of the kids. So I hope I can come here more often. I hope I can help you in any way that’s possible.”
She then shared, “But today it’s all about Nida.”
The actor also shared a picture from the meet up on Twitter, with the caption, “Nida is a strong strong girl. She said she only gets weak when she sees her mother cry for her… Anyone reading this pray for Nida and her family. May all her wishes come true.. May she be blessed with health and happiness Ameen.”
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