Another day, another legend said goodbye.
Veteran captain Qavi Khan, who was undergoing treatment in Canada for a kidney ailment, breathed his last on Sunday at the age of 80. his age. friends extended their condolences to his family and paid him heartfelt tribute.
Many have also talked about it Alabi News about the Pride of Performance and the Sitara-i-Imtiaz recipient, his death is another shock to the entertainment industry. “The death of Qavi khan is a national loss. He was a brilliant scholar, he left a void that will never be filled,” actor Javed Sheikh shared in the publication. “All artists are sad today. I pray to Allah to give him a place in Jannat al-Firdous,” he added.
“I’m shocked and saddened,” said actor Sakeena Samoo. “Qavi Khan is a famous person. He has done a lot for our television. He is a great actor, he is also a good gentleman and a good person,” he said.
“Qavi khan was one of the stars of the country who did a lot to entertain the public during the PTV era,” said Ghulam Mohiuddin. Alabi News. “I remember Mirza Ghalib, a horror story. Qavi has done many PTV shows and is one of the most popular actors of all time.
Actor and director Jamal Shah said, “Qavi khan Sahab a legendary artist who has given his all to TV, film, Radio and the stage. He had a long, strong and satisfying run in the industry. A disciplined and extremely kind person who spread positive energy everywhere, he was a true legend who set high standards for all of us to strive for. Shah said that while Khan leaves a void that cannot be filled, his body of work will “entertain, educate and inspire us.”
A top performer
Friend and actor Simi Raheal wrote a detailed letter for the deceased actor while posting a picture with him on Instagram. “The legend, professor, artist, teacher, friend, husband, father and people [has passed],” he wrote. “This picture of us is from 1991. I knew him well and I knew him for a long time. We were together in many projects, his smile, patience and humility are rare. I have many memories of a great artist who was loved and respected, he will be missed,” he said.
Filmmaker Humayun Saeed also took to the photo-sharing app to write, “A symbol, an inspiration, an institute. Qavi Khan taught many of us not only the how to behave but also how to accept our passions by devoting his whole life to his one true love – work. God bless his soul.”
Actor Yasir Hussain also expressed his love and admiration for the veteran in words in an Instagram post. “You will be missed Qavi Sahab. I shared the situation with you but not the screen. But even in the little time we spent together, I learned a lot from you. You are a gentle soul and a powerful artist. No one can express the monologue better than Qavi Sahab. Love you, man. May you rest in peace,” he explained under a picture with the old story.
Host and actor Fahad Mustafa responded, “Heartbroken to hear about the death of the legendary Qavi. Sahab. It’s a big loss for our business. I am blessed to have the opportunity to work with him in the movie Quaid by Azam Zindabad. He is a maestro in his craft and a true and pure soul.”
Actor Sajal Aly tweeted, “Qavi khan Sahab not only a great actor but also one of the best people I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. May his status be elevated to heaven.”
Qavi khan sahab is not only a great actor but also one of the best people I have had the good fortune to work with.
May GOD raise his darjaat to heaven. Amen 💔
— Sajal Ali (Alabi NewsIamsajalali) March 5, 2023
While Saboor Aly, worked with Khan in the short film Nanu Aur Main for Prime View, share a great photo with the latecomer. He wrote the post, “You were a beautiful person and the way you loved us, taught us, we are forever indebted to you. It’s hard to believe you are no longer here. . I will miss you, Nano.”
Adnan Sami’s lament said, “Sad to know that the famous Muhammad Qavi Khan of sahab pass. He is one of the best people! My deepest condolences to his family. “…
Sad to learn of Muhammad Qavi Khan Sahib’s demise… He was one of the best!!
My deepest condolences to his family…
إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعون
May God SWT bless him in Jannat-ul-Firdau…Ameen.🤲 pic.twitter.com/BnsRsHUaLF
– Adnan Sami (Alabi NewsAdnanSamiLive) March 5, 2023
Actor Farhan Saeed wrote, “Love Qvi Khan Sahab Allah ke hawalay (in the arms of God). No one has been and can be like you. We will always miss you.”
Urwa Hocane also took to the microblogging site to tweet, “Zia Mohiuddin Sahab and this my dear Qavi Khan Sahab. I am at a loss for words to adequately describe the many works and contributions these films have made for Pakistan. At the same time, I appreciate the sharing of moments and shows and stories!
#ZiaMohiuddin sahab and this my dear #QaviKhan sahab – At a loss for words, he is worthy enough, for the many works & contribution of these pictures for #Pakistan ! Thanks for sharing the moments and photos in history!
Bohot afsos aur dukh!
Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un!
— URWA TUL WUSQUA HOCANE (Alabi NewsVJURWA) March 5, 2023
Actor Usman Mukhtar said that while he didn’t get to work with Khan, he “always heard amazing things about him from everyone.” He declared, “What a pity to lose the whole country.”
Host Nadia Hussain offered a prayer for the deceased before eulogizing him as an institution. “What a great loss to our business. A legend, organizer, actor, gentleman, and a thorough professional; We have a lot to learn from him!” he held it.
While actor Imran Ashraf shared a picture of Khan writing, “Qavi Khan Sahab we are left. I love you, man.”
Actor Aijaz Aslam, on the other hand, wrote, “I am very sad to hear about the death of the famous actor Qavi Khan. He was a true icon in the entertainment industry and his talents and contributions in Pakistani cinema and television will never be forgotten. May the memories of Qavi Khan’s life and work bring comfort to his loved ones and fans. May his soul rest in peace.”
Writer and actor Vasay Chaudhry tweeted, “Qavi Khan is one of the most popular, accomplished, skilled and respected people of Pakistan. The person who remained active throughout his life. I have never seen to a player as good as him. An era has ended today.”
RIP SIR, may AllAh grant you the highest place in Jannat. One of the most famous, accomplished, enlightened and respected people of Pakistan. The man remained active throughout his life. I have never seen a player as good as him.
An Era ends today!#Qavikhan pic.twitter.com/RJbRtE9ylr
— vasay chaudhry (Alabi Newsvasaych) March 5, 2023
Model and actress Hira Tareen expressed her pain in an Instagram post. “It hurts to see such a great artist and a good person leave us. It’s truly an example in every way.”
He called Khan an outstanding actor who was “very dedicated” to his work. And about the one thing that stood out about him, Tareen thought, “He was always respected and respected by all his peers and juniors. He will always be in our hearts because of his humility, honesty and kindness.”
A star is born
Hailing from Peshawar, Khan started working as a student at Radio Pakistan. His outstanding performance i Mirza Ghalib and Koi Na Adda Sanj Mila are evidence of his progress as a player. He was featured in many dramas, including Andhera Ujala, Fishar, Lahore Gate, Mutthi Bhar Mitti, Betiyan, Cinderellaand During Shahwar. Apart from television and theater, he has always shown his artistic skills in movies.
He carved a special place for himself on the big screen with movies like Muhabbat Zindagi Hai, Chand Suraj, Sarfrosh, Kalay Chor, Zameen Aasmanand Paris. Finally, after a steady journey on television, theater, and film, he reached the director’s chair. Qavi became obsessed with the idea of making films. But a business behind his creative talent. He is a very easy person for the deceptive ways of distributors and shows. He lost a lot of money in this business.
Qavi got married in 1968 and has four children, all of whom live abroad. The player also traveled the world but found himself tied to his country.
On the work front, Khan was next seen in Fizza Ali Meerza and Nabeel Qureshi’s Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad which also impressed leading men Mahira Khan and Fahad Mustafa. On the small screen, his last work was Urwa Hocane and Ali Rehman Khan’s Meri Shehzadi. Khan wrote Hocane’s grandfather on the picture. However, he left the project due to his health.
For his significant contributions to the industry, Khan was honored with many awards and prizes, including the president’s award, Pride of Performance, for his outstanding performance, Sitara-i-Imtiaz, the LSA lifetime achievement award, and three Nigar symbols. Khan gave the industry its identity, place, and precious memories.
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