Why did late actor Kader Khan leave the character of villain? Secrets revealed after years: Today i.e. 31st December is the death anniversary of the great artist of the film industry, Kader Khan. He died in Canada on 31 December 2018. Today, on his death anniversary, you will know some special things related to his life.
Acting career start
Kader Khan was fond of doing films since childhood and in the year 1973, he made his debut in the film industry with the film ‘Daag’. Many other actors like Rajesh Khanna, Sharmila Tagore and Rakhi were also involved in this film. Kader Khan acted in around 300 films in his acting career. Where he has played many different characters from villain to comedian. He was not only an actor but also a good writer. The dialogues written by him were amazing, due to which the films proved to be hits.
1 lakh 25 thousand rupees were received for the film ‘Roti’
The film ‘Roti’ released in 1974, directed by Manmohan Desai. This film of Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaz proved to be a super hit in that period. All the dialogues of this film were written by Kader Khan and Manmohan Desai gave him 1 lakh 25 thousand rupees to write the dialogues of this film which was a huge amount at that time. Dialogues written by Kader Khan were well-liked, he wrote dialogues for about 250 films from 1970 to 1999.
Why did you leave the villain’s character?
Kader Khan played the character of Villain in many films, which was highly appreciated by the audience, but there came a time when Kader decided to leave the character of Villain. In fact, when Kader Khan used to play the role of villain in films, his sons used to tease other students of the school. Even once his son Sarfaraz had a fight over the role of his father’s villain. At the same time, Kader Khan’s wife also started stopping him from becoming a villain in films. Not only this, many of his friends had also advised him not to play the villain. These were some of the reasons due to which Kader quit playing villain La in films and took up the role of comedian, and became the comedy king.