The 37th death anniversary of actor Syed Musa Raza, popularly known as Santosh Kumar was observed on Tuesday. He was born in 1925 in Lahore. He graduated from Osmania University, Hyderabad. Santosh Kumar was widely regarded as a dignified and charismatic fellow. He was often offered roles in government order, but he respectfully declined in favour of people, he felt, were better suited for such positions. Kumar was active in Pakistani cinema during the 1950s and ’60s and is considered to be the first romantic hero of Pakistan. His first film was ‘Ahensa’ made in 1947 in India and his first film in Pakistan was ‘Beli’. Kumar also starred in the first ever silver jubilee Urdu film ‘Dou Aansu’ in 1950. The very first Nigar Award for Best Actor was rewarded to Kumar for the film ‘Waada’. ‘Shaam Dhalay’ is the only film he produced, directed and starred in. He passed away in 1982.