Amole Gupte: “I’ve lost a very dear friend. Razzak played a rare non-comic role in my film Hawa Hawaai.Away from the stereotypical comic comedy roles her perpetually played Razzak played himself in Hawa Hawaai, a quiet thoughtful kind and generous soul. We cancelled the summer schedule of my new film Sniff where he was again playing himself, the Razzak Khan only his friends knew He is gone forever. Rest in peace, Razzak Bhai. You had only love to give.”
David Dhawan: “I had the opportunity to work with him a number of times. Every time I enjoyed working with him. He had great comic timing. He always tried to improve every scene he did.”
Priyadarshan: “He was a simple soul . There was always a smile on his face. And on screen he excelled in deadpan humour. He was India’s Buster Keaton.”
Kiku Sharda: “A very fine comic talent , I will always remember him as ‘Ninja Chacha ‘ my all time favourite. Met him and worked with him a couple of times ,humble man.
Ali Asgar: “Jab bhi unka zikar hoga .. Chehre pe muskurahat rahegi..Fine human being , fine actor , fine soul ..no more with us ..RIP Razzak Bhai.”
Sunil Grover: “He was a much loved actor. Audiences faces would light up the moment he appeared on screen. May his soul rest in peace.”
Shekhar Suman: “Just a few days back, he came to see my play Ek Mulaqaat.Ironically,It turned out to be ouraakhri mulaqaat.Extremely saddened to hear about his sudden demise.He was well-read and well- versed.He consummated the role of the bumbling “Bhai”with strange monikers.He may not have been the Big Khan but he made his roles Big with his unique and inimitable style.May Allah give him peace.”
Anees Bazmi: “Apart from being a good actor he was a good human being.Always smiling.I had a long association with him.He was always liked in my films for his cameo roles. He was brilliant in my film No Entry . My condolence.May God give his family strength.”