Remembering Rangeela: Death Anniversary Of Legendary Comedian Being Observed

Fans remember Muhammad Saeed Khan popularly known as Rangeela on his 19th death anniversary today.

He was one of the finest artists Pakistan Film Industry ever had and such people are born in centuries.

Born on January 1, 1937, the pride of performance artist was multi-talented performer who had command over comedy and tragedy simultaneously.

Rangeela proved his skills in almost all departments of film including acting, direction, production, scrip writing, and even singing.

First, he worked as painter and made film boards, and later got a chance in M J Rana’s ” Jatti” wherein he performed tremendously which shot him to fame in late 50s.

Encouraged by the success of the first film, the king of comedy made his own production, ” Diya Or Toofaan” whose song ” Ga Mere Manwa Gata Ja Re” was liked far and wide across the country besides the film’s comic scenes and story.

His other famous films include "Sala Sahab" and "Sahab Ji". His career spanned over four decades in which he performed over 300 films. Rangeela died on this day in 2005 at the age of 68.