Qavi Khan, a veteran star of Pakistani showbiz, has passed away in Canada at the age of 80 after a prolonged illness.
Khan, who was awarded Nishan-i-Imtiaz, the highest civil award in Pakistan, for his exceptional contributions to the field of showbiz, was one of the most respected and revered actors in the country. Over the course of his career spanning more than four decades, he demonstrated his artistic talent in every medium of entertainment, including television, theatre, and radio.
Born in Peshawar, Khan began his acting career in the 1960s and swiftly gained fame due to his extraordinary talent and dedication to his craft. He was renowned for his powerful performances that frequently left audiences spellbound.
Throughout his career, Khan acted in numerous popular TV dramas, including “Dhoop Kinare,” “Ankahi,” “Tanhaiyan,” and “Humsafar,” among many others. He was also a prominent figure in the theater scene, having performed in several plays throughout his career.
Khan’s contribution to Pakistani showbiz was immense, and he left an indelible mark on the industry. His passing is a significant loss for the country and its entertainment industry. The news of his death has elicited an outpouring of grief and condolences from his colleagues, fans, and admirers from all over the world.