Legendary Choreographer Saroj Khan Passes Away Due To Cardiac Arrest; She Was 71-Years-Old

Ace Bollywood choreographer Saroj Khan passes away due to cardiac arrest. She breathed her last early morning on 3rd July. She was admitted in a Mumbai hospital on June 17 after she complained of breathlessness.

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Legendary Choreographer Saroj Khan Passes Away Due To Cardiac Arrest; She Was 71-Years-Old
Ace Bollywood choreographer Saroj Khan passes away due to cardiac arrest. She breathed her last early morning on 3rd July. The veteran died at 1.52 am at Guru Nanak Hospital in Bandra, Mumbai. She was admitted to the hospital on June 17 after she complained of breathlessness. Saroj Khan was a diabetic and had illnesses related to the same. According to India TV, the veteran had tested negative of Coronavirus. She is survived by her husband B. Sohanlal, son Hamid Khan and daughters Hina Khan and Sukaina Khan.

News of the ace choreographer being hospitalised had emerged on June 17 when Khan had complained about breathlessness. A day later her daughter Sukaina had sent out a health update through her Instagram and had written, “Hello Everyone I'm Sukaina Khan daughter of Mrs. Saroj Khan. Yes she is in the Hospital as she complained of breathlessness so we got worried and wanted to be sure of Covid-19 so got her tested and it is negative. The Doctor said due to cold she was feeling Breathless and she would be Discharged in another 2 to 3 days. Please keep her in your PRAYERS.”

Saroj Khan had started her Bollywood career as a background dancer and then she gradually climbed up only to be recognised as one of the best choreographers Bollywood has ever seen. During her 56 years of a prolific career, she has worked with all the top Bollywood stars and filmmakers but it was her match with Madhuri Dixit that was celebrated the most. From Mr. India (1987) to Chandini (1989), Tezaab (1988) to Thanedaar (1990) and her iconic song Dhak Dhak Karne Laga from Dil (1992) Saroj Khan was synonymous to grace, adaa and the nakhra we saw in our leading ladies on the '80s and the '90s. 


Apart from several Filmfare awards, Saroj Khan was awarded the prestigious National Film Award three times. Devdas (2003), Sringaram (2006) and Jab We Met (2008) helped her get the national honour. She last worked with Dharma Productions on their 2019 released Kalank which starred Madhuri Dixit, Alia Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt, Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur.

SpotboyE prays for the departed soul and offers condolences to the family. 








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