Kader Khan’s son Abdul Quddus dies of kidney ailments

4 April, 2021 12:00 AM printer

Kader Khan’s son Abdul Quddus dies of kidney ailments

Late Bollywood actor Kader Khan’s eldest son Abdul Quddus died in Canada on Wednesday, reported news agency PTI. The news was confirmed by Abdul Quddus' brother Sarfaraz, who told PTI that he died at a hospital in Canada on Wednesday after battling kidney related ailments for months. Abdul Quddus was undergoing dialysis for months in Canada, revealed his brother. Abdul Quddus' brother Sarfaraz also told PTI that he was admitted to the hospital for the past few months because of health issues. Abdul Quddus was Kader Khan's eldest son with his first wife.

Speaking to news agency PTI, Sarfaraz said, “My brother was on dialysis. He had kidney problems since sometime. He was in the hospital for the last five months, trying to fight it out. But Wednesday in the morning he left all of us.”

Film veteran Kader Khan, who was settled in Canada for the latter part of his life, died in December 2018 at the age of 81. 

Kader Khan was best known for his comic timing on screen - he starred in over 300 movies. Kader Khan also wrote dialogues for over 250 movies, frequently collaborating with Prakash Mehra and Manmohan Desai.