- “Lucky sufficient to work along with her in lots of movies,” wrote Anil Kapoor
- “Obtained to be taught so much from her,” he added
- “Her actions have been magic,” he additionally wrote
Anil Kapoor, who featured in a number of iconic Bollywood songs from Nineties choreographed by Saroj Khan, mentioned: “Thanks, Saroj ji for the unforgettable recollections” in his tribute publish. Hours after Saroj Khan’s dying left the movie fraternity grieving, the 63-year-old actor, who has labored with Saroj Khan in movies similar to Beta, Tezaab and Taal, wrote: “Along with her grace and artistry, Saroj ji discovered a spot in all our hearts that nobody has ever been capable of take… she made probably the most stunning dance compositions and turned many non-dancers into dancers. I used to be lucky sufficient to work along with her in lots of movies and acquired to be taught so much from her.”
Anil Kapoor thanked Saroj Khan for serving to him problem the dancer in him: “She introduced out the dancer in me that I did not even know was there!”
“Her actions have been magic and her face may categorical so many stunning feelings… there is not any one like her… Saroj ji has left her mark and might be remembered eternally. I’ll miss her so much…Love You Saroj ji… Thank You for all the things,” Anil Kapoor concluded his publish for Saroj Khan.
In the meantime, Anil Kapoor’s Mr India director Shekhar Kapur shared a priceless memory from the sets of the film, sharing an anecdote from when Saroj Khan choreographed Sridevi for Hawa Hawai: “She was not only a genius at motion. She was a genius at expressions. Right here she is explaining to Sridevi, how the choreography and expression have been a part of the identical motion.”
Anil Kapoor’s Beta co-star Madhuri Dixit also shared this heart-wrenching send-off note for Saroj Khan: “I am devastated and at an utter lack of phrases right this moment! Saroj ji was a part of my journey because the starting,” she wrote.
Saroj Khan died of a cardiac arrest in Mumbai on Friday. She was 71. Saroj Khan’s final choreographed music stays Tabah Ho Gaye from Kalank.