Bollywood actor/comedian Razak Khan died after suffering a massive heart attack on Wednesday in Mumbai.
The veteran comedy actor suffered a massive cardiac arrest on the morning of 1 June 2016 and was taken to ‘Holy Family Hospital’ in suburban Bandra in Mumbai at around 12.30 AM where he was declared dead by doctors.
The actor was known more by the names of the roles he played in films. He is best known for his roles in movies like Ninja Chacha in ‘Hello Brother,’ Babu Bisleri in ‘Hungama,‘ etc.
Khan had perfect comic timing and delivered punch lines which tickled his audiences’ funny bones. In a career spanning two decades, his appearance brought a roar of laughter in the cinema hall.
Razak Khan comedy scenes:
His death was declared by his close friend who took to Facebook to announce his demise and asked everyone to pray for his soul. His funeral will be held today at the Narialwadi Kabaristan at Byculla in the city.
Veteran filmmaker Priya Darshan who worked with the actor in two films, Hera Pheri and Hungama mourned his untimely demise and said he was a great actor.
Here are some of the characters he enacted in his films
NINJA CHACHA, ‘HELLO BROTHER, 1999.’
“Hello Brother, a hilarious comedy by Salman Khan where he played a Ghost. Razak’s character added to the humor, and he played with aplomb, Ninja Chacha with a fiery temper.”
Fayyaz Takkar ‘ANKHIYO SE GOLI MAARE, 2002.’
As the name suggests, he played the role of a character who could demolish walls with one head butt.
#RazakKhan‘s sudden demise has really come as a complete shock to me. He was a wonderful person and a co-actor. Rest in Peace my friend.
— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher) June 1, 2016
NAWAB CHANGEZI ‘ISHQ, 1997.’
In conjunction with Ajay Devgn and Aamir Khan’s., together, they created a deadly comic team
MANIKCHAND (BAADSHAH, 1999)
A brief but impressive role, he left his impact on every frame of this film.
TAXI DRIVER (AMDANI ATTHANI KHARCHA RUPAIYA, 2001)
A goon turned Taxi Driver; Razak played the role with finesse. He was last seen as Popat in Ekta Kapoor’s Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3.