For Saawan Kumar Tak, Tributes From Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor And Others
The movie producer kicked the bucket at 86 years old in Mumbai on Thursday
New Delhi: Filmmaker and lyricist Saawan Kumar Tak passed on at 86 years old in a Mumbai emergency clinic on Thursday night. The movie producer was brought to the medical clinic on Wednesday, where he was being treated for lungs disease and breathing issues, news organization PTI announced. “He died at 4:15pm because of cardiovascular breakdown. His heart had quit working,” the producer’s nephew Navin told PTI. Individuals from the film society honored the producer.
Salman Khan, who worked in Saawan Kumar Tak’s 1991 film Sanam Bewafa and the 2006 film Saawan…The Love Season, posted a legacy image of himself with the late producer and he expressed: “May you find happiness in the hereafter my dear Sawaan ji. Have consistently cherished and regarded you.”
Anil Kapoor likewise shared a couple of recollections as legacy pictures and he expressed: “Really disheartened to catch wind of the destruction of Sawan Kumar. The consistently cheerful Sawanji’s sharp comprehension of music gave us a few lovely melodies. I’ll constantly recollect him as one of the main chiefs who genuinely had faith in me. Tear Sawan ji.”
Padmini Kohlaphure, who had worked with the movie producer in Souten and Sajan Bina Suhagan, posted a legacy picture and she expressed: “Zindagi Gham ka sagar bhi hai …Hans ke uspaar jaana padega…Sawan Kumar Tak aaj zindagi numa saagar ko paar karke uspaar chaley gaye. Om Shanti.”
Saawan Kumar Tak, who had composed numerous melodies for Rakesh Roshan’s film Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai, was recollected by the chief in a tweet that rea, “Jawaan ji going to miss you, may your spirit rest in timeless harmony.”
Saawan Kumar Tak, was most popular for coordinating Sanam Bewafa, Souten, Chaand Ka Tukda and Saawan… The Love Season, to give some examples. He made his first time at the helm in 1972 with Gomti Ke Kinare, featuring Meena Kumari.
As a lyricist, he had composed melodies like Pyaar Ki Kashti Mein, Janeman and Chand Sitaare for Rakesh Roshan’s Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai.