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Veteran Actor Talat Hussain Passes away In Karachi

The news of the death of a senior actor in the Pakistani drama industry left fans and social media users depressed.

Apart from TV and stage, Talat Hussain also showed the essence of acting in films. In 1961, he made his debut in the film world with Fazal Karim Fazli’s film “Chirag Chalte Reha”. Muhammad Ali, Zeba, Diba, and Kamal Irani also debuted with this film. Talat Hussain played the role of Diba’s younger brother in this film.

Talat Hussain also worked with Muhammad Ali and Zeba in Shabab Kiranvi’s film “Insan Aur Aadmi”. The song “Hum Ne Tum Se Pyaar Kya Hai” recorded in the voice of comedian Rangeela on Talat Hussain was filmed in this film.

Qamar Jameel, senior producer of Radio Pakistan, also played a key role in Talat Hussain’s professional training. Talat Hussain showed his natural inclination towards art by participating in student programs broadcasted by Radio Pakistan.

Talat Hussain enrolled in the London School of Dramatic Art in the early 1970s received a formal training certificate and returned to Pakistan to perform in PTV dramas. He starred in several PTV serials in the 1970s. In the 1980s, Talat Hussain famously played the role of a priest in the successful drama serial Shaheen.

Talat Hussain is one of the few actors who studied regularly and hence he was not just an actor but intellectualism was also reflected in his art. His speech also showed that he was a scholar of the times. He read great writers from all over the world which resulted in depth in his art and he was able to speak on any subject in a way that people would listen.

Talat Hussain’s entire art was based on his voice. He always paid extraordinary attention to optimizing the sound and using it in the best possible way. He used his voice with great sophistication in over 20 TV and cinema commercials. He also donated his voice for free for public interest and welfare causes on many occasions.

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