Saroj Khan Passes Away: Masterji Choreographed Her LAST Song With Her Favourite Student Madhuri Dixit In Kalank

Ace choreographer Saroj Khan has passed away due to cardiac arrest. The veteran who has given some iconic steps, choreographed her last song with her favourite Madhuri Dixit, in Kalank

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Saroj Khan Passes Away: Masterji Choreographed Her LAST Song With Her Favourite Student Madhuri Dixit In Kalank
After Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor, Wajid Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput, Bollywood saw another loss in ace choreographer Saroj Khan who passed away due to cardiac arrest, as per reports. She breathed her last early morning on 3rd July. The fans of Saroj Khan are mourning over her death but her remarkable work will always stay in our hearts and in our memories. She was one of the finest choreographers in Bollywood and has worked with some top Bollywood actresses, especially Madhuri Dixit who was Saroj Khan's favourite student. She has choreographed iconic songs like Dola Re Dola, Ek Do Teen, Dhak Dhak, Chane Ke Khet Mein among hundreds of other songs. 
 
Having said that, Madhuri who hails Saroj as her 'guru' had the opportunity of a lifetime when she again got the chance to work with her as she choreographed her dance piece in Kalank last year. Yes, the song Tabaah Ho Gaye was choreographed by the late choreographer and just like always, it was surreal. When the choreography and expressions came together onscreen, the dance duo gave the audiences a treat like never before. The song earned a lot of appreciation from the fans when the song was released.  

We also came across the making of the song, watch the song below:


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 for Coronavirus. ALSO READ: Legendary Choreographer Saroj Khan Passes Away Due To Cardiac Arrest; She Was 71-Years-Old



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