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Kader Khan is alive, son Sarfaraz dismisses death rumors

Vetaran actor Kader Khan’s son Sarfaraz while dismissing media reports of his demise has said that his father is alive and has been under treatment in a hospital in Canada.

“It is all a lie. It (is) just a rumour. My father is in the hospital,” Sarfaraz said.

Report surfaced on Indian media told, Khan is suffering from Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, a degenerative disease that causes loss of balance, difficulty in walking and dementia.

The 81-year-old actor has developed breathing issues and the doctors have reportedly transferred him from regular ventilator to BiPAP ventilator.

Amid the rumors surfaced about the death of veteran actor, people took to Twitter to share their deep grief over the death of Kader Khan and #KaderKhan has become the top trend  in India.









Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan had shared a special wish and prayer for the quick recovery of his co-star, Kader Khan.

Bachchan wrote on Twitter, “KADER KHAN .. actor-writer of immense talent .. lies ill in Hospital .. PRAYERS and DUAS for his well being and recovery .. saw him perform on stage, welcomed him and his prolific writing for my films .. great company, a Libran .. and many not know, taught Mathematics!,” he wrote in his tweet. A fan even shared an old picture of the two together that Amitabh tweeted. “Prayers and duas.”

Amitabh Bachchan has worked with Khan in films such as Do Aur Do Paanch, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Mr. Natwarlal, Suhaag, Coolie and Shahenshah.

Kader Khan was born in Kabul, he made his acting debut in 1973 with Rajesh Khanna’s film Daag and has featured in over 300 films.

Also, he has written dialogues for over 250 movies. Before becoming an actor, he had written dialogues for Randhir Kapoor-Jaya Bachchan’s Jawani Diwani.

As a screenwriter, Khan frequently collaborated with Manmohan Desai and Prakash Mehra. His films with Desai include Dharam Veer, Ganga Jamuna Saraswati, Coolie, Desh Premee, Suhaag, Parvarish and Amar Akbar Anthony and films with Mehra include Jwalamukhi, Sharaabi, Lawaaris, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar.


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