PESHAWAR (Khyber Mail): Today marks the solemn occasion of the first death anniversary of the esteemed actor, Qavi Khan. His legacy, spanning decades, continues to resonate within the hearts of fans and the showbiz industry alike.

  • Early Beginnings: Qavi Khan’s artistic journey commenced as a child star at Radio Pakistan Peshawar, his beloved birthplace. In 1964, he stepped onto the television stage, quickly establishing himself as one of its pioneering stars.
  • The Theater and Television: His professional debut came with the play “Lakhon Mein Aik”. However, it was the iconic drama series “Andhera Ujala” that catapulted him to nationwide fame, leaving an indelible mark on Pakistani entertainment.
  • Silver Screen Adventures: In 1965, Qavi Khan ventured into the film industry, bringing his talent to the big screen. His cinematic repertoire includes memorable films such as “Mauhabbat Zindagi Hai,” “Chand Suraj,” “Sarfarosh,” “Kalay Chor,” and “Zameen Asman.”
  • Honors and Accolades: The government recognized his outstanding contributions by conferring upon him the prestigious awards “Pride of Performance” and “Sitara-i-Imtiaz.” These accolades celebrated his unwavering dedication to both the country and the showbiz industry.
  • Farewell: On this very day last year, Qavi Khan bid farewell to this mortal realm, leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire generations. As we remember this luminary, let us celebrate his artistry, resilience, and enduring impact on Pakistani entertainment.

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