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Not Only Kismat Baig, These 10 Renowned Personalities Also Got Murdered

You all might have heard the news regarding the death of theater actress, Kismat Baig, in Lahore (the capital of Pakistan's Punjab province) 

On Wednesday night, Kismat Baig who was returning to her home after performing the stage play, when an unidentified gunman intercepted her and opened fire on her. The most shocking act was that she was shot eleven times on her stomach, legs, and hands. Repulsive, isn't it?

*FYI* This isn't the first terrifying case where a prestige personage got killed.

Check all other names on the list!

Not Only Kismat Baig, These 10 Renowned Personalities Also Got Murdered

Not Only Kismat Baig, These 10 Renowned Personalities Also Got Murdered

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Meenakshi Thapar

Meenakshi Thapar

The 26-year-old Nepali actress was reportedly kidnapped and then killed by two aspiring actors, on April 2016. She made her acting debut in 2011 through a horror film '404'

Qandeel Baloch 

Qandeel Baloch 

Baloch was asphyxiated while she slept in the house where her parents live in Multan. Her brother Waseem Azeem confessed to the murder saying she was bringing disrepute to the family's honor. 

Baloch was a Pakistani model, woman's right activist, and social media celebrity. She rose to fame due to her videos on social media discussing her daily routine and controversial issues.

Jessica Lal

Jessica Lal

Jessica was a model in New Delhi, who was toiling as a celebrity barmaid at a crowded socialite gathering when she was shot dead around 2 am on 30 April 1999.

Syed Modi

Syed Modi

Syed was eight-time National Badminton Champion of India. He has won many International titles, including Austrian International, USSR International.

Syed's career cut short in his prime when he was shot dead on 28 July 1988 in Lucknow as he came out of K.D. Singh Babu Stadium after a practice session.

Amjad Sabri

Amjad Sabri

A Pakistani singer, and a protector of the Sufi Muslim tradition, Amjad Sabri was shot dead in Karachi in a targeted assassination claimed by a splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban.

Andres Escobar

Andres Escobar

Andres Escobar Saldarriaga was a Colombian footballer who played as a defender. Escobar was murdered in the sequel of the 1994 FIFA World Cup, reportedly as vengeance for having scored an own goal which added to the team's disqualification from the tournament.

Kamran Rizvi

Kamran Rizvi

Actor Kamran Rizvi, the nephew of actor Shabana Azmi, was ruthlessly murdered over property argument by his cousin in Mumbai. He was the cousin of artists Farah and Tabu. 

Benazir Bhutto

Benazir Bhutto

The 11th Prime Minister of Pakistan and the head of the Pakistan Peoples Party, Benazir Bhutto was the first woman to manage a Muslim preponderance nation, and the only one to lead it twice. 

Benazir Bhutto was shot on 27 December 2007 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan while campaigning for the elections scheduled for January 2008.

Laila Khan

Laila Khan

A Pakistani-born Bollywood actress, Laila Khan, made her debut in the film Wafaa in 2008. She was killed by her step-father Parvez Tak, who confessed to the police that he shot his wife Celina in a fit of fury then killed Laila and four other who witnessed the murder.

John F. Kennedy

John F. Kennedy

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was an American politician who worked as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until his slaying in November 1963. On that day, President JFK was killed as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in midtown Dallas Texas.

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