'Phir Hera Pheri' Director And Actor Neeraj Vora Passes Away

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 14, 2017

India's prominent Bollywood actor and director Neeraj Vora died at a hospital in Mumbai on Thursday at the age of 54.

When Neeraj's health deteriorated, he was taken to the hospital where he breathed his last.

MAST: Neeraj Vora's performance as Café owner, who gives shelter and work to a young college boy played by Aftab Shivdasani, who elopes from home to meet his dream girl Urmila Matondkar (who plays an actress in the film), was impactful. But he grew up in the suburb of Mumbai, Santa Cruz. His father, Vinayak Rai Vora, was a classical musician and the inventor of the taar-shehnai musical instrument. After that he decided to make films and took the family home.

As a Director his work for Phir Hera Pheri was also much acclaimed, reports Indian Express. The recent to leave the industry is Neeraj Vora. He has gone through a brain stroke in October 2016 putting him in a coma. She was working on Hera Ferry 3 before she went to coma. Sharing the sad news actor Paresh Rawal tweeted, "Neeraj Vora - The writer n director of Phir Hera Pheri n many hit films is no more.Aum Shanti".

Vora, who directed the third installment in the Hero Hera Fairy franchise, started his film as an actor in 1984. In 1985, Vora got his first film role in Ketan Mehta's Holi. He also wrote the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer TV show Circus His 1992 superhit Gujarati play Aflatoon was adopted by Rohit Shetty for Golmaal.

Actor Akshay Kumar says he ventured into comedy genre because of late filmmaker and actor Neeraj Vora.

He was the man behind some of the most successful comedies of Bollywood and very few people know that apart from being an actor with great timing, he was also a successful dialogue writer, play-writer, and director.

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