Actor-director Neeraj Vora passes away

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Bollywood actor, author and filmmaker Neeraj Vora, in coma given a year, died during a Mumbai sanatorium in a diminutive hours of Thursday. He was 54.

Confirming a news of his demise, filmmaker Ashok Pandit told, “Neeraj Vora died currently during 3 am in Criti Care sanatorium in Juhu. He had been in coma and vital during Firoz Nadiadwala’s place. When his condition run-down in a night, he was taken to a hospital, where he breathed his last.”

After he suffered a heart conflict followed by a cadence in 2016, Neeraj Vora went into coma. Producer Firoz Nadiadwala took him to his home and converted a room into a make-shift Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The actor will be cremated currently afternoon during 3 pm in Santa Cruz.

Neeraj Vora, who was set to approach a third complement of a strike Hera Pheri franchise, had begun a routine of creation a film, when he suffered a heart attack. The multi-faceted aritste, who creatively hailed from Gujarat, began his veteran army as an actor during his college days. His initial work as a author includes luminary Shah Rukh Khan starrer TV uncover Circus. As an actor, his initial work veteran work came in a form of Ketan Mehta’s Holi (1984), that also starred Aamir Khan.

He afterwards went on to star in films like Rangeela, that was also his entrance as a writer, Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman, Akele Hum Akele Tum, Virasat, Mann, Satya, Mast, Pukar and Company. His final film as an actor was Anil Kapoor starrer Welcome Back, that expelled in 2015.

Neeraj Vora was also famous for essay a initial partial of a Hera Pheri array (2000) and Rohit Shetty’s Golmaal (2006), while as a director, his many important work was Phir Hera Pheri, a second complement of a Akshay Kumar and Suniel Shetty franchise.

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