Along with excellent acting, dialogues and script writings were also used by ‘Kader Khan’
The Bollywood all-rounder has been very short, which can do everything. Whether it is a dialogue or a script writing, a comedy or a villain, it is Kader Khan’s birthday today. Today Bollywood legend actor Kader Khan is celebrating the 81st birthday.
On October 22, 1937, Kader Khan was born in Kabul, Afghanistan. Kader Khan had seen many ups and downs in his childhood.
Kader Khan’s father had left him and his mother and then came back to his stepfather in his life. Among all these, Kader Khan and his mother had to face the problems of poverty and life.
When he was only 1 year old when he came to Mumbai with his family.
Kader Khan started his studies with a municipal school. After that, he completed his graduation from Ismail College.
He has also passed a diploma in engineering, he was a lecturer in a college before coming to the film industry.
Kader Khan has acted in almost 300 films in his film career so far. Apart from this, he has also been a correspondent of 1000 Hindi and Urdu films.
He has done the highest number of films in Hindi cinema with actor Govinda director David Dhawan. He never scoffed at the audience with the comedy and scared the people when they became villains.
Whatever role Kadar Khan plays, Rum rides in the same way. Kadar has written Dialogues for films such as Amar Akbar Anthony, Muqaddar’s Sikandar, Lavaris, Kaliya, Naseeb, Kuni.
Apart from Amitabh Bachchan, Khed Khan was an artist who used to work together for Manmohan Desai and Prakash Mehra in that period.
Sons of Kadar Khan
Kader Khan has three sons. One of his sons lives in Canada and it is said that Kader Khan also has a Canadian citizenship. His son Sarfaraz Khan is a Hindi film actor.
Kader Khan has written dialogues of more than 250 films. In 2013, Kader Khan was awarded the Literary Shiromani Award for his contribution to the films.
Kader Khan has won the Filmfare Best Dialogue in 1982 and 1993. There was a time when Kader Khan was more popular than many heroes and viewers used to buy tickets for his face on the poster.
Kader Khan got the best comedian of 1991 and the Filmfare Best Supporting Role of 2004.
Often ill, he has made a big difference to Bollywood, but this actor is still known for his acting dialogue and script writing.