Television writer-director Abdul Rauf Khalid killed in car crash

Khalid, a Pride of Performance winning writer-director was travelling to Islamabad from Sheikhupura.

Express November 24, 2011

ISLAMABAD: Renowned television writer-director and actor, Abdul Rauf Khalid, was killed in a road accident on Thursday, while travelling to Islamabad from Sheikhupura.

Reportedly, the accident occurred when one of the tyres on Khalid’s car burst, fatally overturning his car.

Khalid, a painter, lyricist, speaker and an educationist, was best known for his television screenplays which include Guest House, Angaarwadi, Laaj, as well as a Lollywood film called Laaj.

Rauf Khalid also served as the President and Chancellor of National Institute of Cultural Studies, Lok Virsa in Islamabad.

He had received several awards recognising his work, including the prestigious Pride of Performance award.


lubna | 9 years ago | Reply

it was a shocking news for me,i was not believing,how was it it had happnd...may his soul rest in peace.aameen

Zee | 9 years ago | Reply

We Miss u alot !

Rest in peace.......

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