Published: Sun, October 08, 2017
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

Bollywood mourns the death of National Award victor Kundan Shah

Bollywood mourns the death of National Award victor Kundan Shah

Shah passed away at his home in India's financial capital Mumbai early Saturday morning after suffering a massive heart attack, his family and friends told the media.

Expressing grief over the death of Shah, film director Mahesh Bhatt said, "A courageous man Kundan Shah, who added vigour to the alternate cinema stream with movies like Jaane bhi do yaaro has left us. May his soul rest in peace".

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Here are some other celebrity tweets for Kundan Shah.

"Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron" which is a satire on the corruption among police, civil authorities and journalists in India. "Shah will be remembered for winning hearts & National Award with 1st movie".

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Here's what Farhan Akhtar, who recently featured in Lucknow Central tweeted for Kundan Shah. Filmmaker Subhash Ghai wrote, "Good bye #kundan shah". We all FTII Whistling Woods shall remember you for your great films with us and in history Indian cinema.

After his directorial ventures, Shah took a sabbatical for seven years only to return in 1993 when he directed the famous Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa movie. With no movie offer coming his way after Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, Shah went on to channel his entire creativity into television which had emerged as a popular medium with serials like Hum Log and Buniyad in the mid-1980s. Films like "Kya Kehna" and "Dil Hai Tumhara" proved that the versatile director knew how to adapt the ongoing trend while keeping his special touch intact. He was also known for popular TV shows like "Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi" in 1984 "Nukkad" (1986) and "Wagle Ki Duniya" (1988).

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