Satish Kaushik, an Indian actor and filmmaker, dies at age 66
Satish Kaushik, an Indian actor and filmmaker, died at the age of 66. According to sources, Kaushik had a heart attack while he was in Gurugram. Anupam Kher, a colleague in the Hindi film industry, corroborated the information and tweeted it. Kher wrote on Twitter that “While I am aware that death is the ultimate reality, I never thought I would be writing this about my dear friend Satish Kaushik. a quick conclusion to a 45-year friendship. Without you, life won’t ever be the same, Satish.”
Born in Mahendragarh, Haryana, India, on April 13, 1956, Kaushik began his career as a stage actor in Delhi before relocating to Bombay to try his luck in the film business. In the 1983 Hindi film Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, he made his acting debut. He continued acting in a number of well-known movies, like Mr. India, ChaalBaaz, Ram Lakhan, Saajan Chale Sasural, and Brick Lane, to name a few. More than 100 Hindi movies feature him as an actor.
Kaushik was a successful actor, but he was also a director and screenwriter. In 1993, he made his directing debut with the Anil Kapoor and Sridevi-starring movie Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja. He directed and authored the screenplays for several popular Hindi movies, including Tere Naam, Prem, Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai, and Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain.
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Sameer Khakhar, a farzi actor, passed away; Raj and DK recall working with him on his most recent movie
Yesterday, veteran actor Sameer Khakhar passed away (Wednesday, 15th March 2023). The actor
reportedly experienced several organ failures. Sameer Khakhar was admitted to the MM Hospital in
Borivali, Mumbai. The followers of the actor from Nukkad are still reeling over the news of his
passing. Farzi, a movie starring Shahid Kapoor, Vijay Sethupathi, and Kay Kay Menon, among others,
featured Sameer Khakhar. The directors of Farzi, Raj and DK, who collaborated with Sameer Khakhar,
have written a moving post lamenting his passing.
Raj and DK of Farzi lament Sameer Khakhar's passing.
The death of Sameer Khakhar has made waves in entertainment news. Although those who worked
with him recollect their fond memories and bid him farewell, his admirers are mourning his passing.
Moreover, Raj and DK are listed among those who collaborated with Sameer. The Farzi cast
members Shahid Kapoor and Vijay Sethupathi's film's crew published a working still on their social
media accounts. They wrote him a moving letter and honoured him in the post.
Raj and DK reflected on how his portrayal of Khopdi in Nukkad had had a profound effect on them
both as young people. Years later, they discovered his interview in which he expressed his desire to
do more work and return to acting in front of the camera. Raj and DK seized the opportunity to
secure his appearance in the series as a result. They stated in the caption, "We were fortunate to
have worked with this maverick actor, even if for just one day.
Sameer Khakhar has contributed to television, movies, and other forms of media. In addition to his
role in Nukkad, he is well-known for his roles in a number of other films, including Jai Ho, Khotey
Sikkey, Meri Pyari Bindu, Pushpaka Vimana, and Hasee Toh Phasee.
Source: Bollywood Life
Salman Khan, a dancer, recounts a terrifying incident at the Bengaluru airport .”If You Can’t Speak Kannada…”
Salman Yusuff Khan, a dancer and choreographer, shared his terrible encounter with an immigration official at the Bangalore airport on Instagram on Wednesday. Mr. Khan claimed in a video that an immigration official at the Kempegowda International Airport harassed him because he “didn’t know the Kannada language despite being born in the city.” When he was travelling to Dubai on Wednesday, the incident took place.
In the video, Mr. Khan claimed that only the immigration officer at the Bengaluru International Airport urged him to speak Kannada. He added that while knowing the language well, he wasn’t proficient because he spent most of his childhood in Saudi Arabia.
“@kempegowdainternationalairport.. on my way to Dubai and I meet this immigration officer who speaks to me in Kannada.. and I in my broken Kannada try to tell him that I understand the language but can’t speak so well to which he continues to speak in Kannada and shows me my passport and points out my name and my birthplace and my father’s name and his birthplace and has the audacity to tell me that.. you and your father are born in Bangalore.
Although the choreographer revealed to the officer that he is fluent in Hindi, the officer continued to assert that he could “suspect” him “for anything,” the choreographer said.
“I told him that I knew my country’s national language Hindi, why should I know Kannada,” he continued. What does he still suspect me of? I questioned. He then adds. I can assume anything about you… I commanded: TEST ME. and increased volume a little before repeating TRY ME three times. To which he remained silent. I informed him that our nation will never advance as long as uneducated individuals like you remain here.
He went on to say that he attempted to report the incident to the airport authorities, but that he received no assistance.
“PS: I am a proud Bangalorean but what I’ve endured today is unacceptable,” he wrote as his final statement. You should never belittle someone for not knowing the local language or bring up your parents’ names in the process. On Instagram, the video has gotten a variety of responses.
Abdu Rozik says “It’s over” after making a startling disclosure regarding mandali on Bigg Boss 16
The mandali constructed by Sajid Khan, who received a lot of criticism for taking part in the programme while being accused of sexual assault, was Bigg Boss 16’s standout moment. The most recent information revealed by Abdu Rozik, a mandali member, may shock and disappoint those who support the group. Abdu was recently asked about Mandali and responded with a smile that it was over. Abdu had declared that his friendship with Shiv Thakare would last forever and that he was in love with Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia.
In the Bigg Boss house, phoney friendship and love angles are frequently discussed in order to maintain one’s survival. Having said that, Bigg Boss is a reality programme, and in order to keep sane, one needs friends or other relationships. But, when you leave the house, you may not actually need those buddies, and it appears that Mandali is preoccupied with their various careers. Nonetheless, some of the connections created within the Bigg Boss house endure a lifetime. Three such connections are between Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill, Karan Kundrra, and Tejaswi Prakash.
Fans recently witnessed the mandali reunion at MC Stan’s live performance when Shiv Thakare, Sumbul Touqeer, and Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia were spotted together and having as much fun as they had at home. Nimrit also mentioned that not everyone from Mandali will always be available for each other, but that they do meet together solely in their houses. So does Abdu Rozik’s declaration that mandali is over indicate he has cut ties with them now?
Source: Bollywood Life
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