Jab koi baat bigar jaye
Jab koi mushkil par jaye
Tum dena saath mera, oh humnava.
With the sad demise of Vinod Khanna a whole generation mourned the loss of a great actor, father, and legend.
Tributes poured in from every corner of the world with people paying their respect to the man that Vinod Khanna was. I still remember watching Amar Akbar Anthony as a kid and loving every second of it, and it still kills me every time I realize that he’s no more.
After Imran Khan’s tweet
Saddened to learn of Vinod Khanna's death. He had come to Lahore in 1989 to launch the fundraising for Shaukat Khanum Hospital
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) April 27, 2017
Everyone started looking for that one video, and then it was finally found
— Taimoor Zaman (@taimoorz1) April 27, 2017
People are absolutely in love seeing the video
And I don’t even blame them. This was a Pakistan where everything from love to cinema to charity was celebrated without race, caste, color and ethnicity coming in the way. Basically, just how it should be.
Like this man who is all for the truth
@taimoorz1 Art has no boundaries, he has fans in Pak too
— OMESH PAL RAMPAL (@chogawiaan) April 29, 2017
And this guy who is saying what everyone else does, too
— Charu Diwan (@charuchandradi1) April 29, 2017
The Pakistan of the 80’s and 90’s was a very different Pakistan
People loved each other with all their hearts, there was a lot more tolerance for others, and there was a lot of love. Don’t know exactly what happened down the road, but we need to get back to that, quite soon.
— Enkidu (@Fallibilist1) April 27, 2017
Saaaame, bud, same.
— Hashim Malik (@hached) April 28, 2017
To say that Pakistanis did not have a connection with the late Vinod Khanna, holds absolutely no truth
We all grew up with Bollywood in our houses, with our mothers and khalas and phuppos crushing on Vinod Khanna and the handsome men from their generation. And do you blame them? They were gorgeous human beings, with hearts of gold and insurmountable talent.
Chandni jub tak raat
Deta hai har koi saath
Tum magar andheron mein
Na chhorna mera haath
Rest in peace, Vinod ji. Rest in peace.
I’ll leave this here for you.