The drama guest house, which aired on Pakistan Television's Islamabad Center in the 1990s, had a record of popularity and its characters are still alive in people's minds. By the way, Afzal Khan got more fame whose role Rambo settled in the hearts of all and even today he is known as Rambo but people also liked Tariq Malik who played the role of waiter Murad very much.
Tariq Malik died of a heart attack and it is being said on social media that he was diagnosed with coronavirus a week ago but died due to cardiac arrest.
Renowned actor Tariq Malik known to most as Murad of famous #PTV sitcom Guest House passes away of cardiac arrest in Rawalpindi. He was also diagnosed with #Covid19 a week ago. pic.twitter.com/TyUqXMLEQ3— Basit Subhani (@BasitSubhani) June 11, 2020
Actor Afzal Khan wrote in an Instagram post, "My fellow guest house artist Tariq Malik has passed away."
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Tariq Malik from Rawalpindi continued to work in radio, stage, and television and gained fame in 1991 as a guest house. Apart from this, he also wants to go for the “Bawaji ki Sadaa“ in Radio Pakistan's program “Jamhoor Ni Awaaz”.
Some time ago, he worked in a Pothohari language program, Bawe Ni Chigi, which is also available on the YouTube channel of the same name.
It is to be noted that Guest House is another drama of PTV which had set new records of popularity in its time in which the problems faced by the passengers were presented in a light-hearted manner.
One of Murad's dialogues in the drama “Tip Tip Karta Mein Kamre Mein Aata” was also very popular.
The drama was directed by Rauf Khalid to his credit. Qaiser Farooq, Mohammad Nisar, and Shakir Uzair wrote different episodes while Afzal Khan and Tariq Malik along with Khalid Hafeez and Sarwat Gilani also appeared in important roles.