LAHORE – Pakistani actor Afzaal Ahmad passed away on Friday after a prolonged illness.
After suffering a brain hemorrhage, he was being treated at Lahore’s General Hospital. On Friday, he breathed his last.
Ahmed’s acting career began in the 1970s with the film Dhiyan Namanian. He has appeared in over 200 films in Urdu, Punjabi, and Pashto. He was responsible for a slew of superhit films, including Banarasi Thug, Jair Abled, Syed Ha Rasta, Nokro Vehti Da, Sharif Badmaash, Vahshi Jutt, Chen Wariam, and many more.