Thursday, October 6, 2022

Popular comedian Amanullah dies at 70

Popular comedian Amanullah dies at 70
LAHORE (92 News) – Popular Pakistani comedian and stage actor, Amanullah died at age of 70 on Friday. Renowned comedian Amanullah was currently under observation in a private hospital. According to family, he was taken to hospital after he complained of facing difficulty in breathing. Amanullah was discharged from the hospital after under observation many days. The actor was battling with pneumonia disease. Amanullah Khan was hospitalized in January 2018. He was treated in the intensive care unit of a local hospital in Lahore but was released later. He was reportedly suffering from a common cold and then developed some complications. He died on 6 March 2020 due to lungs and kidney failure. Amanullah Khan was a Pakistani television stand up comedian and actor regarded as one of the best comedians in Pakistan. He has influenced many artistes as well as people. Khan has a world record of 860-day night theater plays. TV Shows In 2010, Amanullah joined private TV channel for its then new program Khabarnaak. He portrayed a simple, blind village man named Hakeem Sahab. The rest of the characters were bent on disparaging Hakeem Sahab. Khan left this TV show in August 2013. He also played the role of Chacha Bashir in Mazaaq Raat. He had also toured India and many famous Indian comedians including Kapil Sharma and Chandan Prabhakar regard him as their teacher and inspiration. Amanullah Khan was also known as "The King of Comedy" in Pakistan. In 2018, he reunited with Aftab Iqbal in Khabarzar.
Films
One Two Ka One (2006) Na Maloom Afraad (2014)
Stage dramas
Amanullah Khan had appeared in many stage dramas. Some of them are listed below: Begum Dish Antenna Disco Deewanay Khirki ke peechay Muhabbat CNG UPS Shartiya Mithay Sohni chan wargi Bara maza aye ga Ketchup