We all started the journey of making films with Dreamz Unlimited. Abhijeet was my most resilient & solid ally. V did some good, some wrong but always believed v will sail through because strong team members like him were there to look after the rest of us. Will miss u my friend. https://t.co/ZpXMr1NWlz— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) May 15, 2020
Shah Rukh Khan recently lost a close ally and a colleague of his from his production house Red Chillies Entertainment- Abhijeet. Abhijeet was a cherished and valued member and on Friday, Shah Rukh Khan took to his Twitter and penned down an emotional note mourning his demise and remembering him. Abhijeet had been a part of Shah Rukh Khan’s first production house Dreamz Unlimited, and in his note expressing grief over the sad demise, Shah Rukh called Abhijeet his most resilient and solid ally.
Shah Rukh Khan’s tweet read, “We all started the journey of making films with Dreamz Unlimited. Abhijeet was my most resilient & solid ally. V did some good, some wrong but always believed v will sail through because strong team members like him were there to look after the rest of us. Will miss u my friend.” Red Chillies Entertainment had announced the heartbreaking news of Abhijeet’s demise on their social media. The tweet read, “The loss of one of the first team members of the Red Chillies family, Abhijeet, leaves an irreplaceable void in our hearts. We will miss him and his reassuring presence around us. May his soul rest in peace. Our sincere condolences to his family and friends.”
Shah Rukh Khan, Juhi Chawla and Aziz Mirza had founded Dreamz Unlimited in 1999, and they produced films such as Asoka, Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani.
Red Chillies Entertainment was then established in 2003, by Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri Khan. ALSO READ: Lockdown Lessons By Shah Rukh Khan: We Can Laugh With Those We Fought So Hard
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