In the early days of Pakistan television, Haseena Moin shaped the impression of women to be modest, independent and modern through her writing. However Moin stayed single all her life.
It is difficult to fill the void created by the death of renowned Pakistani playwright, writer and dialogue writer Haseena Moin. Haseena Moin, who died of a heart attack at the age of 79, revealed the reason for not marrying in an interview.
Leading writer Haseena Moin participated as a guest in the web interview of senior actress Samina Pirzada a few years ago where she talked about the ups and downs of life and spoke about the sudden change in dramas.
Pirzada asked Moin about the reason for staying unmarried. Moin said that her mother also remained anxious about the same issue, her marriage. She went on to say,
“I reckon that Allah has made soul mates for everyone but I feel that I am not made for marriage and my soul mate has been lost somewhere which is why I never got married.”
Answering a question regarding regret for not getting married, Haseena Moin said that she has no regrets of not getting married.
The very lively Haseena Moin also said,
“Often at night when I have to go somewhere and there is no driver, I realize that if there was someone in my life, I would not have this problem.”
In the interview, Moin said that the worst time of her life was the death of two brothers in one month.
“One brother had cancer but the other suddenly left us,” she said.
It may be recalled that Haseena Moin, who was born on November 20, 1941, in Kanpur, India, passed away on March 26 and left thousands of fans saddened.