Veteran actor and comedian Razak Khan who has worked in a number of Bollywood movies died of a cardiac arrest on June 1. Khan 65, who is best known for his roles in Raja Hindustani and Baadshah was rushed to the hospital in Bandra where he was declared dead.
Khan has been tickling our funny bones for about two decades. The entire Bollywood industry mourned his death. Khan acted in over 150 films, along with a number of tv serials.
Here are some of his most memorable roles that Khan played:
Razak Khan as Nawab Changezi in the movie Ishq made an epic comic performance through dialogues and his acts. His comedy proved to be a great spark for the movie which also starred Aamir Khan, Juhi Chawla, Ajay Devgn and Kajol.
Razak starring as Manikchand in Baadshah was quite a treat. SRK and Manikchand proved to be a treat to the movie goers.
Razak Khan as Ninja Chacha gave a hilariously comic edge to Salman Khanâ€™s Hello Brother.
Khanâ€™s idiosyncrasies and his dialogue delivery made him king of comic roles. From funny villains to taxi driver he was best suited for every other avatar.
It was great fun to have both Kader Khan and Razak Khan sharing the screen space. In the movie they both complimented each other as Razak was playing the role of an Urdu speaking secretary to Kader Khan.
Out of all, Razak Khan as Fayyaz Takkar is the most memorable. In the movie he played a local goon who demolished thick walls with one head-butt.
Razak Khan was last seen on screen in Ekta Kapoorâ€™s Popat in 2016.