Qavi Khan, a veteran Pakistani actor, died at the age of 80. The renowned actor died after a long illness in Canada, where he was receiving treatment.
Qavi Khan, who was born in Peshawar, began his acting career in the 1960s and quickly rose to fame due to his exceptional talent and dedication to his craft. He was known for his powerful performances, which often captivated audiences.
Qavi Khan began his career at Radio Pakistan Peshawar at a young age. From there, he rose to television stardom and moved to Pakistan. He began his career in PTV and Lollywood films in 1964, and he was one of the few actors who witnessed the film industry’s decline firsthand.
Among his many acting credits are Andhera Ujala, Fishar, Lahore Gate, Mutthi Bhar Mitti, Betiyan, Cinderella, and Dure Shahwar. In addition, he carved out a distinct role for himself in Pakistani films such as Muhabbat Zindagi Hai, Chand Suraj, Sarfrosh, Kalay Chor, Zameen Aasman, and Pari.
The legend, Qavi Khan has made a significant contribution to Pakistani showbiz and has left an indelible mark on the industry. His death is a huge blow to the country and the entertainment industry.