Prasoon Joshi's Mother Sushma Passes Away, Laid To Rest At Ram Bagh Samshan Bhumi In Gurugram; Family To Hold A Prayer Meeting Soon

Prasoon Joshi's mother Sushma Joshi breathed her last on Sunday morning. Her family will hold a prayer meeting soon

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Prasoon Joshi's Mother Sushma Passes Away, Laid To Rest At Ram Bagh Samshan Bhumi In Gurugram; Family To Hold A Prayer Meeting Soon
CBFC chairman and lyricist, Prasoon Joshi's mother Sushma Joshi passed away on Sunday morning. A lecturer of political science, Sushma Joshi had also worked with All India Radio. Besides that, she was also a classical singer. Her funeral took place at Ram Bagh Samshan Bhumi in Gurugram.

Sushma Joshi's family issued an official statement on her demise. The statement read, "With profound grief we would like to inform of the demise of our beloved mother Smt Sushma Joshi during the early morning hours of 24th April. Her light will continue to guide us always."

Sushma Joshi's family will soon hold a prayer meeting. The date and time has not been revealed yet. The note further reads, "Your thoughts and prayers will give us the strength and solace at this difficult juncture." ALSO READ:Shah Rukh Khan's Home Mannat Trends On Twitter For Its New Name Plate; Fan Says, 'It Is A Symbol Of Stardom, Love, Hardwork And Dedication' -Read TWEETS

Prasoon Joshi is a popular Indian poet, writer, lyricist, screenwriter, and communication specialist and marketer. He is the CEO of McCann World group India and Chairman APAC (Asia Pacific). He was appointed as the Chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification in 2017.

Prasoon made his debut as a film lyricist with Rajkumar Santoshi's Lajja and then there was no looking back for him. After the success of Lajja, he was a part of Yash Chopra's Hum Tum and a number of highly successful Bollywood films like Fanaa, Rang De Basanti, Taare Zameen Par, Black and more. With Aamir Khan starrer Rang De Basanti, Prasoon became a dialogue writer. He is a recipient of many awards and accolades including Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award of India.






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