Rakesh Kumar death: Mr. Natwarlal director who gave many hits of Amitabh Bachchan passes away; prayer meeting today

Rakesh Kumar passes away, pictures with Amitabh Bachchan
Image Source: TWITTER/NAVEDJAFRI_BOO, MOSESSAPIR Rakesh Kumar with Amitabh Bachchan

Rakesh Kumar death Veteran actor and filmmaker Rakesh Kumar breathed his last in Mumbai on 10 November after a long battle with cancer. He is known for giving many hit films with Bollywood megastars. Amitabh Bachchan And he is credited for many other films like Mr Natwarlal, Khoon Pasina, Do Aur Do Paanch and Yaarana. There will be a prayer meeting for him in Andheri on November 13.

Rakesh Kumar prayer meeting

A prayer meeting will be organized in the memory of Rakesh Kumar in Mumbai on November 13. A note shared with the media by the filmmaker’s family read, “In loving memory of Rakesh Kumar, 18 October 1941 – 10 November 2022 Please join us. A prayer meeting on Sunday, 13 November Banquet, The Celebration At Sports Club, Garden No. 5, Lokhandwala, Andheri (West). Timings: 4 PM – 5 PM With gratitude, Usha Sharma and Lakshya Kumar, Neha and Karan Sharma (sic).

Amitabh Bachchan pays tribute to Rakesh Kumar

Amitabh Bachchan was among many others who paid tribute to the ace filmmaker. Big B wrote while sharing an emotional post for him on his blog. “But sad day… have left for another colleague especially us and me… Rakesh Sharma, first AD of Prakash Mehra on Zanjeer.. then independent director for other PM (Prakash Mehra, as we often with him) Used to joke, as PM) of the country) films… and singularly – Hera Pheri, Khoon Sweat, Mr Natwarlal, Yaarana, et al… and on the sets and elsewhere, socially, at events and Holi Such great comrades during …”

He continued, “One by one they all leave… but some people like Rakesh leave a mark that is hard to remove or forget… His screenplay and sense of direction, writing and execution are inspired by the moment. And the fun time on location during Nattu.And Yaarana..His complete belief in his ability…and the ease with which he gave us the freedom to skip shooting on odd days just to be in the company of uncontrollable laughter and glee and To be able to spend time comfortably. …”

The actor said it would be difficult for him to attend the funeral of his frequr=ent colleague. “A most friendly and kind human being, ready to take steps for any inconvenience that the artists who worked with him had to face! No, I will not hesitate to go to his funeral … because I Won’t be able to bear the sight of an inactive Rakesh! You captivated many of us with your innovative ideas for story and film, Rakesh, and you will always be missed… (Emoji with folded hands).

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