Sajid Khan Rubbishes His Death News With A Quirky VIDEO! Says 'Abhi Hum Zinda Hai' - WATCH

Bollywood filmmaker Sajid Khan who was last seen in Bigg Boss 16 rubbishes his death news rumours in a quirky way

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Sajid Khan Rubbishes His Death News With A Quirky VIDEO! Says 'Abhi Hum Zinda Hai' - WATCH
Renowned filmmaker and Bigg Boss 16 fame Sajid Khan is alive and well, dismissing rumours suggesting otherwise. He recently used his Instagram platform to clear the air surrounding the confusion caused by the unfortunate demise of another individual who shares his name. The Sajid Khan who died is actually a veteran actor, who played young Sunil Dutt in the movie Mother India, who passed away at 71 due to his battle with cancer.

In a playful video message, Sajid Khan expressed gratitude to everyone who reached out to inquire about his well-being, playfully acknowledging the flood of inquiries asking, "Tu zinda hai na? (You're alive, right?)" The Houseful director humorously debunked the confusion surrounding another individual sharing his name, clarifying that the deceased actor Sajid Khan was in his 70s and had appeared as a child artist in the film "Mother India." He quipped about being born two decades later and reassured everyone that he was indeed alive. Requesting media and well-wishers to take note of this clarification, he lightened the situation with his wit. 

Farah Khan’s brother Sajid Khan is known for directing films like Heyy Babyy, Housefull, Housefull 2, Himmatwala, Humshakals, etc. He has also acted in movies such as MJhooth Bale Kkauwa Kaate, Happy New Year, and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi. Moreover, Amidst recent news, the late Sajid Khan, renowned for his role in "Mother India," notably portrayed the titular character in Mehboob Khan's "Son of India." His credits extend to various films, including "Maya," "The Unmade Films," "The Singing Filipina," "My Funny Girl," "Savera," "Mahatma and the Mad Boy," "Do Number Ke Ameer," "Zindagi Aur Toofan," "Mandir Masjid," and "Dahshat."
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