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|Native name||Urdu: سلطان راہی|
|Born||Mohammad Sultan Khan
Uttar Pradesh, British India
|Died||9 January 1996
|Residence||Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan|
|Alma mater||Primary and middle from|
|Occupation||Actor, producer, singer, writer,|
|Years active||1956–1996 (present)|
|Parent(s)||Abdul Majeed he was retired Subedar Major of Army|
Some of his films include Maula Jatt, Sher Khan, Chan Veryam, Kaley Chore, and The Godfather, Basheeraa and Wehsi Gujjar. He established himself as one of the leading and most successful actors of Pakistani and Punjabi cinema.
He was shot and killed in 1996.
Life and career
Rahi was born to a Punjabi family settled in Muzaffar Nagar, Bijnore District, Utter Pradesh, India, during the British Raj. After the independence of Pakistan in 1947 he moved to Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan.
Rahi performed in the stage drama Nadir Shah Durrani in 1955.
He begin his film career in 1959 as a guest actor in the film Baghi. Maula Jatt was released on 11 February 1979 which became his most successful Pakistani film. His other works include Behram Daku (1980), Sher Khan (1981), Sala Sahib and Ghulami (1985).
On 9 January 1996 he was shot and killed on the main highway in Pakistan known as Grand Trunk Road, near Gujranwala, Pakistan.
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