Pakistani actors who deceased in 1983

Here are 3 famous actors from Pakistan died in 1983:

Waheed Murad

Waheed Murad (October 2, 1938 Karachi-November 23, 1983 Karachi) otherwise known as Veedu, Lady Killer, Chocolate Hero, وحید مراد or Chocolaty Hero was a Pakistani screenwriter, film producer and actor. He had three children, Adil Murad, Sadia Murad and Aaliya Murad.

Murad began his career as a producer with the film Insaan Badalta Hai in 1961. He made his acting debut in the film Aulaad in 1962 and went on to act in more than 125 films throughout his career. He was known for his romantic roles and his popular on-screen pairing with actress Zeba.

Murad was also a talented lyricist and singer, having penned the lyrics for many of his films' songs and even singing in some of them. He was awarded the Nigar Award for Best Actor four times and the Presidential Award for Pride of Performance in 1983.

Aside from his film career, Murad was also a successful businessman, having owned a production company and a chain of restaurants. He was known for his charitable work and was involved in various social welfare activities.

Murad passed away at the age of 45 due to a heart attack. He is still remembered as one of the most iconic actors of Pakistan's film industry, and his films continue to be watched and appreciated by audiences around the world.

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Nazir Ahmed Khan

Nazir Ahmed Khan (November 27, 2014 Lahore-August 28, 1983 Lahore) a.k.a. Nazir, Nazir Ahmed Shah, Nazir Sahib, Bao Jee or Nazir Ahmad Khan was a Pakistani actor, film producer and film director. He had five children, Afzal Nazir, Suraiya Nazir, Akhtar Nazir, Aslam Nazir and Ismat Nazir.

Nazir started his career in the film industry by working as a laboratory assistant at Shorey Studios. He made his acting debut in the film "Gulbakavli" in 1939 and went on to act in over 700 films in his career spanning four decades. Some of his notable performances include "Mela", "Khandan", "Shehri Babu", "Naukar", and "Baiju Bawra".

Apart from acting, Nazir also produced and directed several films. He established his own production company, Nazir Productions, in 1948 and produced films such as "Chan Way" and "Mukhra" under this banner. He also directed films like "Yakke Wali" and "Gulnaar".

Nazir was known for his versatile acting skills and his contribution to the Pakistani film industry. He was honored with several awards and accolades during his career, including the President's Award for Pride of Performance in 1966. He passed away on August 28, 1983, in Lahore, leaving behind a rich legacy in Pakistani cinema.

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Allauddin (November 27, 2014 Rawalpindi-May 13, 1983 Lahore) a.k.a. Allahuddin, Allauddin Ahmad, Ala-Ud-Din, Late Allauddin, Allaudin, Papaji or Papa Allauddin was a Pakistani actor and singer.

Allauddin began his career in the film industry in 1935 with a small role in the film "Gul Bakawli" and soon became known for his powerful singing voice and acting skills. He went on to star in over 400 films, becoming one of the most prominent figures in the Pakistani film industry during the Golden Age of Pakistani cinema in the 1950s and 60s.

In addition to his successful acting career, Allauddin was also an accomplished singer and recorded a number of popular songs throughout his career. He was known for his unique vocal style and soulful performances, and many of his recordings continue to be popular to this day.

Despite his success in the entertainment industry, Allauddin remained humble and generous throughout his life, using his wealth and influence to help those in need. He was widely respected and loved by his fellow actors and members of the Pakistani film industry, and is remembered as a true legend of Pakistani cinema.

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