- Parvez Khan labored within the business since 1986
- Director Hansal Mehta paid a tribute to him on Twitter
- “Very skillful, energetic and a great man,” he wrote for Parvez Khan
Motion director Parvez Khan, recognized for his work in movies like Sriram Raghavan’s Andhadhun and Badlapur, handed away on Monday after struggling a large coronary heart assault, reported information company PTI. He was 55. Parvez, who labored within the business since 1986, was rushed to Ruby Hospital after he complained of chest ache, his longtime affiliate Nishant Khan informed PTI. “He suffered a significant coronary heart assault within the morning. He was rushed to the hospital however was pronounced lifeless. He did not have any well being points however felt chest ache final evening,” Nishant stated. Filmmaker Hansal Mehta, who labored with Parvez within the Nationwide Award successful 2013 drama Shahid, stated the motion director was extraordinarily skillful along with his work.
“Simply heard that motion director Parvez Khan isn’t any extra. We had labored collectively in Shahid the place he executed the riots sequence in a single take. Very skillful, energetic and a great man. RIP Parvez. Your voice nonetheless rings in my ears,” Hansal Mehta tweeted.
Simply heard that motion director Parvez Khan isn’t any extra. We had labored collectively in Shahid the place he executed the riots sequence in a single take. Very skilful, energetic and a great man. RIP Parvez. Your voice nonetheless rings in my ears!
— Hansal Mehta (@mehtahansal) July 27, 2020
Parvez Khan began his profession by helping motion director Akbar Bakshi in movies like Akshay Kumar’s Khiladi (1992), Shah Rukh Khan‘s Baazigar (1993) and Bobby Deol-starrer Soldier in 1998.
It was with Ram Gopal Varma’s Ab Tak Chhappan in 2004 that he began working independently and went on to have a long-standing collaboration with filmmaker Sriram Raghavan in movies like Johnny Gaddaar (2007), Saif Ali Khan-starrer Agent Vinod in 2012 and Badlapur, that includes Varun Dhawan.
Parvez Khan is survived by spouse, son, daughter-in-law and a granddaughter.
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