The Man Who ‘Immortalized’ Every Character
Today is the fourth death anniversary of legendary versatile actor and comedian Moin Akhtar.
Moin Akhtar has been remembered as the most sober debutante in entertainment who worked with a rare devotion and perseverance. Not only he was a great actor but also a great philanthropist. People used to compare him to Abdul Sattar Edhi.
He was born on December 24, 1950 whereas the legendary actor joined the entertainment field in his teen age in 1966 to parody famous film actor Muhammad Ali.
Moin Akhtar was a Polyglot. He could speak different languages including English, Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, Pashto, Balochi, Gujarati and Hindi.
The actor has also won the hearts of iconic Bollywood film stars Dilip Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan.
TV plays including Rozi , Eid Train , Family 93 , Half Plate , Sach Much were few of many super hit programmes he did. He was well known as a great host and anchor person.
Moin also won pride of performance besides many other awards.
He truly was a celebrity who immortalized every character he played. His legacy will never die.
May his soul rest in peace.