Shabbir Mwrote on Apr 29 2009 10:10AM
A living legend, that was what most of his fans considered the stylish and flamboyant Feroz Khan, who passed away in the morning of 29th April, 2009. The 69-year-old veteran lost his battle against cancer at 1:30 am at his farmhouse, in Bangalore. Khan is survived by son Fardeen Khan and daughter Laila.
Khan, is better known for his hit produce of the 70s and 80s which included 'Dharmatama', 'Qurbani' & 'Jaanbaz', besides an array of hits which he starred in like ‘Oonche Log’, ‘Mela,’ ‘Apraadh’, ‘Safar’, ‘Kala Sona’, ‘Nagin’ and of course ‘Aaadmi Aur Insaan’ that fetched him his first Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor.
The 69-year old actor-director, who packed in a punch in his last film ‘Welcome’, last year, is also credited to have brought a new level of panache to the Bollywood leading man, making him a high-flying man of style rather than just an angry youth. There was a touch of Steve McQueen and Client Eastwood to Khan who sported his signature western hats in most of his films...