Legendary humorist Moin Akhtar’s 9th death anniversary today

01:04 PM | 22 Apr, 2020
Legendary humorist Moin Akhtar’s 9th death anniversary today

KARACHI - Moin Akhtar, legendary artist, actor, comedian, host writer, the producer is being remembered on his 9th death anniversary. Akhtar had received huge fame from Radio Pakistan with Bushra Ansari and Anwer Maqsood. He used to work in plays for radio.

In addition to this, the great artist has also worked in several stages plays including Bachaao Moin Akhtar se, Tarzen Moin Akhtar, Bakra Kisto per,  Baj Jaaney do Moin Akhtar, and so on. The actor was born on 24th December 1950 in Karachi. He started his career in the entertainment industry at the age of 16 in 1966.

He had played numerous characters which are still remembered. The pioneer of entertainment got huge appreciation and love not only in Pakistan but in India as well. His renowned show loose talk’s dialogues are still shared and remembered today, especially the ‘Abba harmonium bajate they’ and ‘Abey Saaley‘. In superhot TV show loose talk, Moin had played over four hundred different characters.

Moin Akhtar's other acts include half plate, sach much, Eid train me, Makaan number 47, family tarazu, saat rang, Bandar road se kemari, band gulab, studio dhaai, yes sir no sir, intezaar farmaiye, hello hello, and many others.

Apart from acting, he has impressed people with his hosting skills as well. Due to his splendid skills, he was honoured with several awards at the national level.

However, the renowned artist died on 22nd April 2011 and left everyone in grief.