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Born: November 13, 1942, Peshawar, Pakistan
Died: March 5, 2023, Canada
Spouse: Naheed Qavi
Awards: Pride of Performance, Nigar Awards, Sitara-i-Imtiaz
Nominations: Lux Style Award for Best TV Actor – Viewers’ Choice, Lux Style Award for Best TV Actor – Critics’ Choice
Date of BirthNovember 13, 1932
Full NameMuhammad Qavi Khan
Date of DeathMarch 5, 2023
Place of DeathCanada
Cause of DeathCancer
Father: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
Marital Status: Married
Wife: Naheed Qavi
No. of Children: 4
Son: Adnan Qavi, Mehran Qavi
Daughter: Mehnaz Khan
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Muhammad Qavi Khan was a Pakistani film, radio, theatre and television actor, director and playwright.
Khan has acted in over 200 films and some 1,000 television plays.
Khan is best-known for his police drama serial Andhera Ujala, which launched him to stardom alongside his fellow actors Irfan Khoosat and Jameel Fakhri. Some of his other notable works in television include roles in Khaani (2017) and Meri Shehzadi (2022–2023).
He was also a playwright, having written the autobiographical one man stage play Action and Reaction in 2011.
In March 2011, Qavi Khan’s achievements were honored at an event at the Pakistan National Council of the Arts auditorium in Islamabad.
The Government of Pakistan honoured Khan with the Pride of Performance in 1980 and Sitara-e-Imtiaz in 2012 for his contribution to the field of arts.
Khan was born on 13 November 1942 in Badaun, now located in India’s Uttar Pradesh, to a father who was in the British Indian Army.
Following the 1947 Partition, the family moved to Pakistan, settling down in Khokropar, Sindh, before moving to Peshawar, where they would live opposite the Mahabat Khan mosque.
Khan would get his early education there and later would work as a front desk officer in a Grindlays Bank before going to Lahore to pursue his passion of acting more seriously.
He married in 1968 and had four children.
In 1952, he began his career as a child artist by joining Radio Pakistan Peshawar.
In 1961, he was cast in Dagha Baz, a play written by Envar Sajjad and directed by Kamal Ahmed Rizvi.
In 1964, he started his television career by being the lead in PTV’s first-ever play, Nazrana, in his career being part of some 1,000 serials.
In 1966, he appeared in PTV’s black-and-white drama Lakhon Main Teen.
In 1964, he worked in his first movie, Diljeet Mirza’s Riwaj.
In 1971, he started producing films, Mr Buddhu being the first of some 13 film productions, while he’d eventually act in over 200 films.
Qavi Khan died from cancer on 5 March 2023, at the age of 80. Qavi Khan died in Canada and is now buried there.
Muhammad Qavi Khan best known for his stage name Qavi Khan, who was a Pakistani film, television and stage actor, film producer and director.