Actor Filmmaker Neeraj Vora Passes Away at The Age of 54


Actor Filmmaker Neeraj Vora Passes Away at The Age of 54:

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Actor-director Neeraj Vora, who had been suffering from prolonged illness, passed away on Thursday morning at 54 years of age. After suffering a massive heart attack and stroke of the brain, the actor-director was in coma in the last 13 months. He allegedly breathed his breath at 4 pm at Criti Care Hospital in Andheri, Mumbai. According to sources, he will be taken to Birukat in Firoz Nadiadwala, from where he will be taken to Santa Cruz Electric Crematorium at 3 pm on December 14, 2017.

Veteran star Paresh Rawal, who was working with Vora in the Hera Pheri film series, condoled the loss of the actor and made a fond farewell for him on social media. Paresh Rawal wrote on Twitter and wrote, “Neeraj Vora – then the writer of the Phir Hera Pheri and the director of films and many hits are no longer common sense”.

Vora was born in 1963 in Bhuj in a Gujarati family. But he grew up in the suburb of Mumbai, Santa Cruz. His father, Pandit Vinayak Rai, was a classical musician and was a proponent of Tara-Shehnai. He guided the player 420 for the first time, which did not do well. After that he decided to make films and took the family home. Then after writing Awara Paagal Diwana and Deewana Huye Paagal for Feroz Nadiadwala, they again collaborated for the Phir Hera Pheri. Then the Hare Pheri was directed by Satish Kaushik, but after problems with the dates, Neeraj Vora got an opportunity to give this direction. Vora was prepared to direct Hera Ferry III, but after the departure of actors John Abraham, Abhishek Bachchan and Sunil Shetty due to conflict with Vora, Ahmed Khan was replaced.

In October 2016 they had a brain attack by putting them in a coma. She was working on Hera Ferry 3 before she went to coma. Bollywood actor, director and comedian NeerajVora, who is known for writing the script for the blockbuster Hera Pheri in 2000, and in 2006 his next sequel again directs Hera Pheri, died on Thursday morning. he was 54.Vora will be taken to Barkat, home of Mr. FirozNadiadwala, from where he will be taken to Santa Cruz Electric Cerametorium at 3 PM. ”

Vora, who directed the third installment in the Hero Hera Fairy franchise, started his film as an actor in 1984. His first film was Holi by Ketan Mehta. Then he showed the circus playing the role of Rocky Buddy and Shahrukh Khan to work on the TV.He also acted in films like Ranjeela, who was also a writer, Raju Bungele Gentleman, Mann and Virat. He last appeared in Anil Kapoor-John Abraham Starrer Welcome Back, which was released in 2015.

During his college days, he started doing professional work as an actor and received an Intercollegate Award for the play. In 1984, he worked for Ketan Mehta for a film Holi and later a TV show ChautalaBatiBatian, Circus did. Later, he also acted as an actor in Rangila, because the film directors wanted to take the set down and the actor was absent. NeerajVora, who wrote the script, played the role of shooting. After watching this scene, Anil Kapoor and Priyadarshan invited him for a legacy, after which Aamir created Mann and many other projects.

His 1992 Gujarati drama Aflatoon, who was a super hit, was adopted by Rohit Shetty for the breakup. This play was written and directed by NeerajVora. It was adapted from Harsh Shivsaran’s original Marathi drama house-house.

After the Circus in 1993, Neeraj Vora, Ashutosh Gowarikar and Deepak Tigiri together put together the intoxication worn with the thief and made the main actor. Neeraj Vora was a writer and with him his brother guided music in the form of Neeraj-Uttantak. Later, after writing his career, he wrote for Rangila and then Akeele Hum Aakile Tum, Josh, Badshah, Chori Chhupke Chupke, Awara Paagal Deewana, Deewana Huye Paagal, Ajnabee and Hera Ferry, very green ferry. The work of Vora has always been appreciated by critics. Then for the Hare Pheri, film reviewer Taran Adarsh​​ said, “Vora’s dialogue, as always, is excellent!”