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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 1:30 pm 

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rana wrote:
Sageer wrote:
Inder Kumar the villain opposite Salman Khan from Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge


Inder Kumar (I) (1973–2017)
Inder Kumar was born on August 26, 1973 in India. He was an actor, known for Wanted (2009), Tirchhi Topiwale (1998) and To Fall in Love (2000). He was married to Pallavi Sarraf, Kamaljeet Kaur and Sonal Raju Kariya. He died on July 28, 2017 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
Born: August 26, 1973 in India
Died: July 28, 2017 (age 43) in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India ... Cbr2L.html

Sageer, did you mean this Inder Kumar of Tumko Na Bhool Paayengay ?? As per IMDB, he passed away July 28, this year. (Obviously, we did not notice the news of his passing away).

There is also a very famous Director Indra Kumar who directed films like Dil, Beta, Mann, Ishq, Masti 1,2,3 --, Hope he is fine.

Yes this one Rana was a little shocked because he is too young to die

PostPosted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 12:55 pm 

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Shashi Kapoor has died RIP ... W5INL.html

PostPosted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:02 pm 

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Quote: ... W5INL.html
Actor Shashi Kapoor dies at 79, funeral on Tuesday morning
Actor Shashi Kapoor has died at the age of 79 in Mumbai. He had been admitted to Kokilaben Hospital, nephew Randhir Kapoor told PTI. His funeral will be held on Tuesday. Grand nephew Ranbir Kapoor was spotted at the hospital.
bollywood Updated: Dec 04, 2017 20:55 IST

Actor Shashi Kapoor has died at the age of 79 in Mumbai on Monday. He had been admitted to Kokilaben Hospital. The hospital’s CEO confirmed that the star breathed his last at 5:20 pm.

“Yes he has passed away. He had kidney problem since several years. He was on dialysis for several years,” his nephew Randhir Kapoor told PTI.

Kapoor was unwell for the past three-four weeks, and was undergoing treatment at the Kokilaben Hospital where he was admitted on Sunday night, reportedly due to a chest infection. The late actor suffered from the same problem in 2014 as well after his bypass surgery. He reportedly had a kidney ailment for several years and had been on dialysis. The funeral will reportedly be held on Tuesday morning.

The third and youngest son of Prithviraj Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor made his Bollywood debut in 1961 -- as the lead actor -- in the film, Dharmputra. Kapoor acted in over 150 films, including a dozen English language movies. He was born in Kolkata (then Calcutta) in 1938. Kapoor’s acting career began in the 1940s where he first appeared on screen as a child actor.

In 2011, he was awarded Padma Bhushan and Dadasaheb Phalke award in 2015. In the 60s and 70s, he acted in several hits such as Sharmilee, Aa Gale Lag Ja, Chor Machaye Shor, Jab Jab Phool Khile, Deewar, and Kabhi Kabhie among others. Shashi Kapoor and his wife Jennifer Kendal established the Prithvi Theatre in November 1978 in Mumbai. Jennifer died of cancer in 1984.

Kapoor is survived by daughter Sanjana Kapoor and two sons, Kunal Kapoor and Karan Kapoor.

PostPosted: Tue Dec 12, 2017 7:33 am 

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Oops. did not catch on Shashi:(
I was looking at two of his artsy films, Jinnah and In Custody, good films!May his soul finally rest in peace!

PostPosted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 5:26 pm 
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Comic actor Neeraj Vora passed away after being comatose for months :-(

in Daud as Chako...

PostPosted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 6:18 pm 

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newDEEP [go-green] wrote:
Comic actor Neeraj Vora passed away after being comatose for months :-(

in Daud as Chako...

Directed a few Hit movies as well. He was also to direct Hera Pheri 3.
2014 Familywala (TV Movie)
2009 Shortkut - The Con Is On
2006 Phir Hera Pheri
2000 Khiladi 420

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Actor-Writer-Director Neeraj Vora passes away
BySubhash K. Jha
Dec 14, 2017 - 9:08 am IST

Neeraj Vora, the man who made us laugh on screen and off it too, is no more. Vora, who came into his own as the writer of Ram Gopal Varma’s Rangeela & Daud and also made a big impact playing comic roles in films like Akele Hum Akele Tum, Daud, Satya and Welcome Back, besides directing Phir Hera Pheri, passed away early morning on Thursday, December 14.

Producer Firoz Nadiadwala, who had been looking after the ailing Vora for more than a year, informed this writer of Vora’s demise, “He passed away at 4 am on Thursday. I’ve lost the battle to save my brother and friend from death. His health had improved so much. But it deteriorated suddenly on Friday. He had to be out into hospital. But it was no use. We lost him.”

For the past one year, Firoz had been looking after all the medical expenses of comatose filmmaker Neeraj Vora who fell ill and was given up for almost-dead by the doctors until Firoz stepped in.

Since that fateful day, Neeraj Vora occupied a special room in Firoz’s bungalow where the ailing writer-director was attended by a fleet of medical experts, nurses, dieticians and well-wishers.

Reluctant to talk about his astonishingly noble deed, Firoz says, “It was one year on 19 October since I got Neeraj to my home in Mumbai from AIIMS in Delhi where the doctors had declared he would be dead in a few hours. Quite frankly, I don’t know what powers made me do what I did. I couldn’t leave him to die. He had nobody to look after him. Neeraj did have a brother. But he was financially incapable of shouldering the responsibility. I had known Neeraj for 12 years. We’ve worked together in several films and we’ve shared a close bonding. How could I leave him there to die? How would I’ve lived with myself if I had been so callous?”

Firoz still recalls that fateful day when he decided to step in and save his friend’s life. “As I said the doctors at AIMS had given up on him. I don’t know what got into me. I immediately hired an air ambulance to bring Neeraj from Delhi to Mumbai. I have to confess my heart was in my mouth. If Neeraj had passed away during that journey from Delhi to Mumbai, or even after landing I’d have been in serious legal and moral trouble. Luckily God was on my side. He willed that Neeraj live and I be the tool to save his life. I sincerely believe we are all instruments of God brought to earth to do HIS will.”

Neeraj was slowly recovering under Firoz’s care. “I had set aside a room in my house for him. That was his home for the past year. The room has pictures of his parents. His father, a classical musician, used to play an instrument called the Veena. We had that music playing in his room. We had the Hanuman Chalisa recited for him…All that was familiar to Neeraj was there for him. Plus there were four attendants—two each for the day and night shifts—to look after him round the clock, a dietician, neuro-surgeons, a cook who lives closeby and cooks all the special food that Neeraj has to be fed through his stomach….Under all this care, Neeraj was slowly recovering. And now, he is gone.”

Firoz feels all his efforts to save his friend has gone to waste. “I lost Neeraj. I was so sure he would recover fully. But God willed otherwise. We are now giving a proper send-off with pooja and rituals. The cremation is at the Santacruz cremation at 4pm today.”

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