Veteran Indonesian actress Farida Pasha, most famous for her character Mak
Lampir, has recently passed away.

The news was shared by the 68
year-old’s granddaughter Ify Alyssa through WhatsApp, which read, “Our
grandmother Hajjah Farida Pasha Ali Husen has returned to her Maker on 16
January 2021, at 7.35pm [local time]… Thank you for all the love, support,
and prayers that all of you have sent her way from the moment she was ill to
her last breath.”

Farida’s daughter Gina Sonia shared that her mother was
hospitalised previously for vertigo, and was subsequently diagnosed with
early-stage pneumonia.

“The results of the early screening tests showed
that mama was positive for COVID-19,” she said.

Farida’s daughter Gina Sonia (right) and granddaughter Ify Alyssa (left)

Born in
Tasik Malaya, West Java on 21 August 1952, Farida Pasha had starred in more
than 50 films, including, “Guna-Guna Istri Muda” and “The Secret Suster Ngesot

However, she was most known as the horror legend Mak Lampir,
having played the character in the sinetron “Misteri Gunung Merapi” and its

Pasha was most known for the iconic character Mak Lampir

(Photo Source:
Ify Alyssa Instagram, Solopos)