Kader Khan Passed Away Leaving All His Fans In A Deep Melancholy: Look At His Contributions To The Industry
There are times when the demise of some immense personality leaves us in a deep melancholy for a long time. There has been no shortage of headlines since Kader Khan, the man with zero haters, left us and all the austerities of the world. The world has been mesmerized by the news and shown deep respect to him.
Kader Khan passed away due to prolonged illness while in hospital on December 31 as confirmed by his son, Sarfaraz. Kader Khan was taken to Canada for the treatment and passed away in the same process. He went to coma in the afternoon and passed away at 6 pm the same day. He was in the hospital for 16-17 weeks and the last rites were performed in Canada as told by his son Sarfaraz.
Talking about his contributions, he was an actor with zero haters, no flops, and was responsible for the rise of many actors of his generations. His smart and earthy dialogues added more spice to Bollywood movies like Amar Akbar Anthony and Muqaddar Ka Sikandar and explored him to the mass. He was also known to be exemplary of one of the profound Villian and comedian especially in the bawdy and brassy Jeetendra movies of the 1980s South or in the 1990s Govinda-David Dhawan combos throughout his career. He has done many emotional movies as well.
Kader Khan was not only an actor, but his prolific scripts and dialogues also have culminated Amitab, Govinda and many of the other who played with him. The Kabul born writer and playmaker would always leave the audience with claps and whistles and never stops to amaze his fans each time with his creativity.
Kader Khan’s popular movies were ‘Tera Kya Kehna’, ‘Ankhiyon Se Goli Maare’, ‘Anari No.1’, ‘Bol Radha Bol’, ‘Raja Babu’, ‘Naseeb’, ‘Taqdeerwala’ and many more. His contribution to Bollywood can never be estimated, he was the true and genuine star of the industry. May his departed soul rest in peace.