Veteran actor Feroz Khan continues to be remembered for his impeccable fashion and display presence. The icon, who handed away on at the present time in 2009, was identified for his unabashed opinions and movies that broke the mould. As we bear in mind the late actor on his demise anniversary at this time, we have a look again at how he reacted to son Fardeen Khan’s Casanova picture again within the day, and his equation with yesteryear star Mumtaz.
In an interview, a part of the Aman ki Asha documentary that aired on Pakistan’s Geo News in early 2000s, Feroz opened up about son Fardeen’s public picture. Fardeen made his appearing debut in Feroz’s directorial Prem Aggan (1998).
“Fardeen is a good-looking boy and acquired hundreds of thousands of followers. Concerning his Casanova picture, properly even his father had the identical picture, and so does he. When an actor begins doing good work, he turns into fairly widespread with followers. Fardeen has a particular fan following world large. I’m very comfortable for him. He’s acquired settled now and acquired married to a really good woman (Natasha Madhvani),” Feroz Khan stated.
Fardeen married Natasha in 2005. Natasha is the daughter of Mumtaz, with whom Feroz had successful onscreen pairing. In the identical interview, Feroz Khan added, “Mumtaz has been my favorite actress. We’ve labored collectively in 6 movies. I used to be the one who took Mumtaz overseas to Germany the place I did F1 racing at Nürburgring in 1971.”
In a profession spanning over 5 many years, Feroz Khan has been a part of a number of memorable movies together with Aadmi Aur Insaan, Khote Sikkay, Qurbani, Nagin and others. He later additionally did in films like Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena and Welcome, the latter being his final onscreen look.
Identified for delivering hit songs in virtually all his titles, Feroz stated, “All my songs have at all times been hits, be it in Qurbaani, Dharmatma, Apradh, Dayavan. It’s part of the sport.”
A filmmaker himself, Feroz referred to as the medium of cinema, a platform of leisure.
“Cinema is an leisure. We aren’t reformers. If we glance to reform by cinema, folks will get bored. However round that leisure, we additionally must say good issues, impart some message by way of cinema. It is vitally necessary for cinema to ship a message of compassion and humanity. No different nation can overpower us. India has the manpower, mind, technicians, scientists, medical doctors. You title it and we’ve them. Even America calls our consultants to NASA,” he opined. Feroz Khan died on April 27, 2009 as a result of lung most cancers. He was 69.