11th death anniversary of Moin Akhtar being observed today
Today is the eleventh death anniversary of Moin Akhtar, the uncrowned king of comedy and the great artist of South Asia.
Moin Akhtar, who spread smiles on millions of faces, from comedy to parody, from stage to television, Moin Akhtar was the name without which the history of Pakistan television and Urdu comedy was incomplete.
Moin Akhtar was born on December 24, 1950 in Karachi. His first performance was at the age of 13 in the stage play ‘The Merchant of Venice’ based on Shakespeare’s novel.
Legendary actor Moin Akhtar was called the “Academy of Art” because whether it was film, TV, stage or drama, he displayed his God-given talents in every field.
Moin Akhtar’s humorous sentences introduced a new aspect of civilization.
According to fellow actors, Moin Akhtar was not only an actor but also the name of an era who honed his talents in every field of fine arts. In recognition of his artistic services, Moin Akhtar was also awarded Presidential Medal for Excellence and Sitara-e-Imtiaz.
Moin Akhtar’s popular TV dramas include Rozi, Intazar Farmaye, Bandar road sai Keemari, Angan Teerha, Studio Dhai, Studio Pone 3, Yes Sir No Sir and Eid Train. His role in the drama Rozi may never be forgotten.
Many of Moin Akhtar’s famous stage dramas are still etched in people’s minds. For a private channel, the airing of four hundred episodes of his satirical and humorous TV shows is also a unique record.
Moin Akhtar died of a heart attack on April 22, 2011.
According to fellow artists, the way Moin Akhtar introduced Pakistani culture through dramas and shows, hardly anyone else could do it so well.