Big blow to the film industry, veteran dance choreographer Saroj Khan Passes away.

Bollywood’s brilliant choreographer Saroj Khan has also said goodbye to this place. It is being told that she died early hours on Friday night due to cardiac arrest. Saroj Khan was admitted to Guru Nanak Hospital in Bandra, Mumbai. she was having trouble breathing, after which she was hospitalized and breathed his last at 1.52 AM.

The Bollywood industry and the fans had not yet forgotten the sorrow of their favorite stars like Rishi Kapoor, Irrfan Khan, and Sushant, that this news has once again revived everyone’s wounds. The entire industry is in mourning right now.

Renowned choreographer and director Remo D’Souza is shocked by this news. He said that “Got up with a huge pain in my heart ….. on hearing about your demise, you were an institution in yourself, the biggest loss to our dance fraternity…. was fortunate to dance under you, dance with you, choreograph you and choreograph with you and direct you …. will never forget the love and the passion with which u would choreograph each song the passion in your eyes was like never seen before …. thank you for teaching me so much …. you will always be remembered and always in our hearts …..Saroji…. my condolences to the entire family ….. RIP mam .”

Sunil Grover tweeted, “Shocked to know the sad demise of Saroj khan ji. An era comes to an end with her. Rest in peace.”

Saroj Khan also had aCOVID19 test in Bandra hospital, whose report came negative. Acute diabetes caused serious complications in his kidney, which worsened her condition.

She was on a break from her work for a long time but she made a comeback last year (2019) and choreographed one song each in the multi starer film ‘Kalank’ and Kangana Ranaut’s film ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’. The veteran, who has choreographed over 2000 songs during her career, received the National Award three times. Please tell that Saroj Khan has also worked as a writer in some films.

Shivendra Pandey

A BJMC graduate in tv journalism. Exploring the way things persist!

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