Razzak (Razak) Khan celebrates his birthday on 28th of March. He was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He dreamt of becoming an actor since his childhood. In his childhood, he was admitted to an Urdu school & he had not much understanding of English, still, he used to go and watch English Movies. Later after returning to home, he along with his friends imitated the scenes of the movie.
He used to act in front of the mirror in his childhood. “Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja” marked his debut in the Bollywood. He considers this movie as his big start since this film had his contemporary stars like
. Razzak has been active as stage actor too and has performed in India as well as in abroad. He admires many actors but as a comedian, he respects the legend, Mehmood Ali.
In his journey till now, he has worked in more than 90 films. He shot to fame after his comic acts in the movies like ‘
& a few others. He has appeared in various movies starring ‘
’. He has also made an appearance on Television by being a part of the popular show ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’, ‘
’, ‘R. K. Laxman Ki Duniya’.
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Razzak Khan is a well-known Bollywood actor. He made his debut in the film ‘
’, in 1994. He has done several supporting roles. He quickly rose to fame after giving stunning performances in ‘Baadshah’, and in Hello Brother where he portrayed Manikchand and Ninja Chacha respectively.
Regarded as one of the most brilliant actors in the industry today, he has done more than 90 films. His notable films include
, ‘Chaahat’, ‘
’, ‘Yeshwant’, ‘
Bin Bulaye Baraati
, Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya,
Haseena Maan Jaayegi
', ‘Nayak Returns’,
Phir Hera Pheri
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Late Abdur Razak Khan or Razzak Khan an Indian Bollywood actor from Hyderabad-born in 1951and has a brother named
. His family earlier lived in a locality named Shah Ali Banda near Charminar. Seham Khan, Mishquat Khan, Saher Khan and
are Razak Khan’s children. Razak Khan is well noted for comic roles in Bollywood movies, special effects assistant, and sound recordist. Razak Khan got his first break on a Television show Nukkad from 1986 to 1987 after which his career took a leap, and he gave his first Hindi debut in Roop Ki Raani Choron Ka Raja in 1993.
Mr. Razak Khan had been seen in acting and film training at SRM Film School in Mumbai where he has featured as a husband in the 10:25 minutes breath-taking video featuring some ordinary people opposite to Razak Khan. In one of the interviews in Patna, Razak Khan had agreed that he feels good when the competitor encounters success and says that the industry is open to all. He believes that if you are entertaining at what you do, then success will come your way. He had also been a sound recordist in Motor-mechanic Phulwa ki Kamaal Kahani (2011). Late Razak Khan has 170 credits under his name. He has successfully contributed to 170 films and died in 2016 with his last film as Kya Kool Hai Hum 3.
Razak Khan was signed for Choron Ki Baraat, Welcome Millions and For Bindya Called Jugnu released in 2017. Razak Khan is known for his comic roles in movies like ‘Baadshah’ casting
Shah Rukh Khan
having released in the year 1999, ‘Kya Kool Hai Hum’ starring
with Tushar Kapoor in the year 2005, ‘Partner’ starring
with Govinda in the year 2007, ‘Mohra’ released in the year 1994, ‘Raja Hindustani’ featuring
in lead role in the year 1996, ‘Hera Pheri’ in the year 2000, ‘
Akhiyon Se Goli Maare
’ in the year 2002, ‘Hello Brother’ casting Salman Khan in 1999 and ‘
in the year 2014.
He died on 1st June 2016 around 12:30 am. Azad Khan (Son of Razak Khan) who worked in Croatia was awaited for the ceremony. Razak Khan passed away due to heart attack and was immediately taken to the Holy Family Hospital situated in Bandra, where he was declared dead by the doctors. He was immersed underground on 2nd June 2016 at Narialwadi Kabaristan at Byculla. Many personalities mourned over the death of this famous comedian.
Abdur Razak Khan was a Hindi film actor who worked in Bollywood in India. He has been appreciated for his roles as a comic and supporting actor. He is famous for his performance as Manikchand in Badshah, his role as Ninja Chacha in hello brother and for his work in the film Akhiyon Se Goli Maare. Abdur was born in 1951, in Hyderabad and lived along with his family in a locality Shah Ali Banda near Charminar. The actor was the father of Assad Khan who is currently living in Abu Dhabi.
He also had three daughters Sahem Khan and Mishqwat Khan who are residing in Mumbai and Saher Khan who is living in Dubai. Razak started his professional life in the film and television industry acting in Nukkad in the year 1986- 1987. Nukkad was a famous television show of that time, and Razak got the opportunity to perform a small role in it. After this, he debuted as an actor in Bollywood with the movie Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja in 1993. Directed by
, the plot revolves around two children who have lost their parents and grow up to take revenge on the killers.
Razak played the role of Keshav in the picture. Dil Tera Aashiq was also released in the same year. In 1994, he acted in the hit film Mohra as Rizwan. His next feature Baazi released in 1995. 1996 proved to be his first break as four pictures with Razak as an actor hit the cinemas during that year. They were Chhahat, Vaettiya Madichu Kattu, Daraar and Raja Hindustani in which he acted as a taxi driver. In 1997 again four of his movies were released titled Yeshwant, Sanam, Ishq, and Loha.
Following this Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya, Angaaray, China gate, Gunda and Bade Miyan Chote Miyan came in 1998. Later in 1999, he was seen acting in six movies some of which are Kartoos, Haseena Maan Jaegi, Badshah and Hello Brother. Some of his other noted works are Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega, Nayak, Han Maine Bhi Pyar Kiya, Hungama, Kyaa Kool Hain hum,
, Bhaagam Bhag, Partner,
Mere Jeevan Saathi
, Phir Hera Pheri and many more.
Besides working as an actor Razak has also worked as a sound recordist for the short film motor mechanic Phulwa Ki Kamaal Kahani as well as a special effects assistant for the movie Kama Sutra a tale of love. Unfortunately, on June 1st, 2016 Abdur died of a cardiac arrest in Mumbai, Maharashtra.