Maqsood Hassan Pakistani Funny Actor Passed Away

Famous Pakistani TV and stage artiste Maqsood Hassan passed away on Wednesday due to heart failure at the age of 67. He abandons a wife. Wedded six years prior, they didn’t have any kids. Hassan, in the same way as other on-screen characters of his era, had begun his vocation from a youngsters’ project on Radio Pakistan.

Pakistani Funny Actor Maqsood Hassan loaned his voice to numerous show serials from room no 9 of Radio Pakistan. His acting profession, crossing about 50 years ran from exhibitions for radio, TV, stage and film. Veteran performing artist Muhammad Ali was closest to Hassan, having worked with him in numerous plays, including those delivered by Khuwaja Moin ud din.

Notwithstanding his profession on the wireless transmissions, the celluloid and the little screen, Hassan had additionally showcased his acting gifts on the showy stage, some of which were with eminent on-screen character Moin Akhtar.

 Maqsood Hassan urf Kodo play ‘Bakra qiston for every’ picked up discriminating approval. His last stage execution was in Nazar Hussain’s ‘Murmur log.’ Notwithstanding his endeavors in movie form, radio, and stage, Hassan will be most associated with his part in the TV dramatization ‘Quddusi sahab ki bewa,’ which was focused around issues encompassing a lower working class territory of Pakistan.

His most significant film remains ‘Jaag utha insaan’. His burial service petitions to God will be hung on Thursday evening at Ghazali mosque, Civic View, Hassan Square.