The Chocolate hero of Lollywood Waheed Murad 36th death anniversary is celebrated. His fans still remember him because of his talent.
on October 2, 1938, Waheed Murad was born in Sialkot. He was also an actor, filmmaker, and excellent scriptwriter, possessing extraordinary abilities due to his charming affinity, attractive personality, soft voice and acting, while he is regarded as one of the most famous and influential actors in South Asia.
Actor Wahid Murad received his higher education in English from the University of Karachi. He started his film career in 1959 with the film ‘Saathi’ in which he played a short role.
The Pakistani chocolate hero started his regular film career with the film ‘Olad’ in 1962 in which he acted as a supporting actor.
He produced famous films like ‘Diamond and Stone’ in 1964, where he played the main character for the first time and settled into the hearts of all fans in his most unique, mischievous, and romantic way.
He stayed in the director Pervez Malik’s team for a time, which included songwriter Masor Anwar, composer Sohail Rana, and singer Ahmed Rushdie. The team set records for successful films. Film critics say that Waheed Murad was not an individual but a farce.
In his 30-year film career, Waheed Murad has given many famous films to Pakistan, including several films like ‘Arman’, ‘Daiwar Bhabhi’, ‘Darpan’, ‘Duraha’, ‘Jaha Tum Waha Hum, ‘Anjuman’ and ‘Olad’.
He also received several awards, while he was named Best Filmmaker and Best Actor at the Famous Awards.
Waheed Murad worked with renowned actors, including good actress Zeba Bakhtiar, Shabnam, Nadeem, and Dilip Kumar.
The songs that were filmed on him are still famous, including “Koko Korina“, “Akelay na Jana“, “Mje tum nazar sy gira tw rhy ho“, “Ae Abre Karam aj tw etne baras“.
He inspired everyone with his amazing personality and distinctive hairstyle.
Waheed Murad was awarded ‘Satara Imtiaz’ by the Government of Pakistan in November 2010.
Chocolate hero Waheed Murad passed away on November 23, 1983, 36 years after his death, but he still lives in people’s hearts.