Popular Actor And Screenwriter Shiv Subramaniam Passes Away; Film Industry Mourns The Tragic Demise; Funeral To Be Held Today

Noted actor and award-winning screenwriter Shiv Kumar Subramaniam is no more

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Popular Actor And Screenwriter Shiv Subramaniam Passes Away; Film Industry Mourns The Tragic Demise; Funeral To Be Held Today
Noted actor and award-winning screenwriter Shiv Kumar Subramaniam left for his heavenly abode on Sunday night, 10 April. The cause of his death is not known yet. The tragic demise of Shiv Kumar has sent shockwaves across the film fraternity. Filmmaker Hansal Mehta announced the sad news on Twitter by releasing a statement. Shiv Kumar Subramaniam's funeral will be held on Monday morning in Mumbai.

The statement read, "With profound and heartfelt grief, we wish to inform you of the passing of one of the most dignified and noble souls to inhabit human form - our dearest Shiv Subrahmanyam. Incredibly talented, he was much loved and revered personally as well as professionally."
Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit took to his Twitter handle to offer his heartfelt condolences and tweeted, “Extremely shocked and pained to know about the tragic demise of our dear friend, a great actor and a brilliant human being Shiv Subramaniam. My heartfelt condolences to his wife Divya. May God give you enough energy to face this tragedy.”

Filmmaker Bina Sarwar also mourned the sad demise and tweeted, “Gutted to hear this news. Incredibly tragic, esp as it happened just two months after the passing of his and Divya’s only child – Jahaan, taken by a brain tumour 2 weeks before his 16th birthday.”


Subramaniam’s funeral will take place today morning. His cremation will happen at Mumbai’s Mokshdham Hindu Shamshanbhoom.
Subramaniam, who began his acting career with the 1989 film Parinda, is known for writing the screenplay for movies like 1942: A Love Story, Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin, Arjun Pandit, Chameli, Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, and Teen Patti.

The late actor was also known for his outstanding stint in films like 2 States, 'Tu Hai Mera Sunday', 'Prahar', 'Hichki', 'Kaminey', Rocky Handsome’ and ‘Stanley Ka Dabba' to name a few. Subramaniam was last seen in Karan Johar’s produced Netflix film Meenakshi Sundareshwar, in which he played the role of Sanya Malhotra’s father. 






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