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Razak Khan of Chamatkar, Hello Brother, Joru Ka Ghulam fame passes away

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 10 February 2017, 1:50 IST

Veteran actor Razak Khan, who was known for his impeccable comic timing, died of cardiac arrest on 1 June.

The actor was rushed to the Holy Family Hospital in Bandra but the doctors declared him brought dead.

The funeral will be held at Narialwadi Kabaristan, Byculla, after 4 pm on 2 June, after his son arrives from Croatia.

Razak Khan has had a career in Bollywood spanning 24 years and is best remembered for playing supporting comic characters in a number of Shah Rukh Khan and Govinda films of the late 90s.

He has been a part of films including Baadshah, Action Jackson, Hera Pheri, Baadshah, Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja, Raja Hindustani, Haseena Maan Jaayegi, Kya Kool Hai Hum, Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega, Beti No 1 and Khiladi 420, to name a few.

His role of Ninja chacha in the Salman Khan-Arbaaz Khan-starrer Hello Brother won him both critical and commercial acclaim. Some of his best remembered roles include that of Makaudi from Chamatkar - opposite Farooq Sheikh - to playing Lucky Chikna in Anari No 1 to his Urdu-speaking role in Govinda's Joru Ka Ghulam. He was also a popular face on television, with his latest stint being on Comedy Nights With Kapil, where he played the character of Bua Upasana Singh's tapori groom.Check out this popular scene featuring Razak Khan:

May his soul rest in peace.

--With inputs from ANI

First published: 1 June 2016, 4:38 IST