Veteran writer-director Sagar Sarhadi, who has been scriptwriter for iconic movies like ‘Noorie’, ‘Bazaar’, ‘Kabhi Kabhie’, ‘Silsila’, ‘Chandni’, ‘Deewana’ and ‘Kaho Na Pyar Hai’ handed away on Monday morning in Mumbai, he was 88.
Sagar Sarhadi was admitted to the ICU of a cardiac care hospital in Sion not too long ago following a coronary heart drawback.
Sarhadi was admitted to the identical hospital after struggling a coronary heart assault in February 2018.
Sagar Sarhadi, whose actual title is Ganga Sagar Talwar was born in 1933 in Abbottabad, now in Pakistan.He was a veteran IPTA member who launched artistes like Farooque Shaikh and Shabana Azmi in his inter-collegiate theatre competitions for Khalsa and St Xavier’s within the late 60s and early 70s.
Sarhadi had been one of many most interesting storytellers within the Hindi movie business. He had written scripts for films Kabhie Kabhie, Silsila and Deewana that in a while went to change into blockbusters.
His directorial Bazaar starring Smita Patil, Farooq Sheikh and Naseeruddin Shah was a critically acclaimed movie.
Not many people know that he wrote dialogues for Hrithik Roshan-starrer Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000). Sarhadi earlier than getting into the movie business, was an Urdu author. He scripted a number of brief tales and performs. Quickly because the unhappy information of his dying surfaced, many celebs took to Twitter to supply their condolences.
Might the departed soul relaxation in peace!