Friday, 16 November 2012

Rafi Khawar

Source(google.com.pk)
Rafi Khawar Biography

Muhammed Rafi Khawar (Nanha) was my favorite comedian character, although I was too young at his presence, now he is not with us. But he lives in my heart and might be he still live on other’s heart. 
I can not forget his innocent character like Nanha, I am trying to share about him and I am sure most of the person will read and know him very closely.
Additionally, Khawar had a very strong desire to be an actor. Unfortunately, he had no contacts with filmmakers.
Time passed by, and Khawar illuminated the musical functions and get together with his comedy items and jokes.
One of those days, renowned movie journalist, Yaseen Gorija, introduced Khawar to the veteran film director, Shabab Kiranvi. 
Gorija informed Kiranvi that he brought 'Gope' to him.
In fact, 'Gope' happened to be a fat Indian actor at the time. Khawar had a close resemblance to 'Gope'. Hence, Gorija gave Khawar the nickname, 'Gope.'
Presumably, director Kiranvi was not in his best mood at that time. He said that since Khawar looked more like a wrestler than an actor, he should try his luck in a wrestling ring.
Dejected, both Khawar and Gorija left Kiranvi's room.
In 1964, a comedy program 'Dum baaz dum saaz' used to be broadcast from the Radio Pakistan's Lahore station. In that program, a clever, selfish person always took advantage of his foolish partner and exploited him.
During those days, a writer by the name of Kamal Ahmed Rizvi, took interest in the script of 'Dum baaz dum saaz.' Long story short, Rizvi gathered a superb team of dedicated artists, and launched a weekly comedy show, 'Alif Noon.'
Thus, 'Dum baaz dum saaz' led to the creation of 'Alif Noon' in 1965, from the Lahore television station. Kamal Ahmed Rizvi wrote the script for 'Alif Noon' and he also filled in the role of 'Allan', or the clever guy.

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