Kader Khan Indian film actor has died aged 81
Kader Khan Indian film actor the Bollywood star has died at the age of 81. The famous actor died in a hospital in Canada where he was seeking treatment after a prolonged illness.
The Bollywood star was famous for his roles in comedy more specifically in the 1990s. For a long period of time, he has been suffering from supranuclear palsy which is a brain disease.
Many people around the world sent their condolences to the family and friends of Kader Khan Indian film actor. Among those mourning was the Indian PM Narendra Modi. The Prime Minister described the late actor as an actor who “brightened the screen with his stupendous acting skills and lightened it thanks to his unique sense of humor.”
Kader Khan grew from a screenwriter to a serious movie star. He was born in 1937 in Kabul, the capital city of Afghanistan. He and his family migrated to Mumbai when he was quite young.
In 1973, Kader Khan made his debut in the acting career. His first film which made a mark in his career was “Daag”. During his career, he was featured in over 300 movies.
Prior to becoming a film star, Kader Khan Indian film actor led a successful career as a professional scriptwriter. Using his talents, he produced numerous hits such as “Dharam Veer,” “Lawaaris” “Coolie,” “Sharaabi,” “Amar Akbar Anthony,” and “Muqaddar Ka Sikandar.”
Kader Khan has left behind his sons Shahnawaz and Sarfaraz as well as his wife Azra.