Today is the birthday of the famous and incomparable actor, dialogue writer, comedian, and writer Kader Khan. Kader Khan was born on October 22, 1937, in Kabul, Afghanistan. Kader Khan has acted in more than 300 movies and has written dialogue in 250 movies.
Kader Khan was the fourth child of his parents. But all the brothers and sisters of Kader Khan died at the age of 8 years. Kader Khan’s parents considered that the land here was not good and they came to India. Kader Khan’s family lived in Kamitapura, Mumbai, and his family’s financial condition was not good.
Seeing all this, Kader Khan decided to earn money from the neighboring children at a young age. But his mother stopped him and told him that with this you can earn one or two rupees. To become a great man, he studies diligently. Kader Khan, obeying the words of his mother, worked hard and was admitted to the engineering university. Along with their studies, he also used to write plays. After completing his studies, Siddiqui became a professor at the university. But he never stopped writing plays.
Kader Khan always had a passion for acting. Dilip Kumar gave him the first opportunity. His first movie was “Daag”, in which he played the role of a lawyer. Rajesh Khanna gave the actor the first opportunity to write dialogues in the film “Roti”.
In the ’70s, Kader Khan did everything from supporting roles to comedies in his career. The actor worked in many successful movies like “Mukdar Ka Sikandar”, “Masterji”, “Ghar Ho To Aisa”, “Sone Pe Suhaga”, and “Mr. Natwarlal”. For the first time in 1980, he did comedy in many movies like Himmatwala, and Aaj Ka Daur. His style was also very popular with the public. Kader Khan has received 3 Filmfare Awards. The actor was very sad in his last days because nobody called him, only Amitabh Bachchan called him often.