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Renowned actor Khalid Butt Passes Away in Lahore

Lahore: Veteran Pakistani actor Khalid Butt, known for his prolific career spanning several decades, has passed away in Lahore. The demise occurred due to complications arising from kidney and liver diseases, as reported by a private news channel on Thursday.

Khalid Butt’s illustrious career began in the 1970s, where he made a significant mark in the entertainment industry, appearing in numerous Urdu and Punjabi films and television series. Not only an accomplished actor, but he also ventured into directing, starting as an assistant director and later helming a film.

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Butt’s artistic contributions extended across various mediums, including television dramas, films, and theatre. His remarkable achievements were recognized with the prestigious Pride of Performance award, acknowledging his significant services to the arts.

The late actor Khalid Butt left an indelible mark with memorable performances in PTV productions such as “Jangal Pura” (1997), “Boota to Toba Tek Singh” (1999), and “Landa Bazaar” (2002). These portrayals earned widespread acclaim, endearing him to the public.

As the news of Khalid Saleem Butt’s passing reverberates through the entertainment community and beyond, fans and colleagues alike mourn the loss of a talented and respected figure in Pakistani cinema and television.

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