Mumbai: Bollywood performer movie producer Neeraj Vora, who had slipped into trance state in the wake of agony a gigantic heart-assault and a mind stroke in October 2016, inhaled his keep going at 4 am on Thursday. He was admitted to the Criti Care healing facility here. He was 54.
Veteran performer Paresh Rawal took to Twitter to affirm the news. He tweeted: “Neeraj Vora – The author n executive of Phir Hera Pheri n many hit films is no more …Aum Shanti (sic).”
As per a Mumbai Mirror report in April, “A room in movie producer Firoz Nadiadwala’s Juhu home, Barkat Villa, has been changed over into a completely practical Intensive Care Unit (ICU). On the dividers are return stills from Rangeela, Virasat, Hera Pheri, Phir Hera Pheri, Gomaal, Daud and Khiladi 420 and in a corner, a heap of DVDs with a level screen TV plays him blockbusters from during the time round-the-clock. This room has been home to author executive performer Neeraj Vora since March 11, with a 24-hour nurture, ward kid and cook. A physiotherapist, neurosurgeon, needle therapy specialist and general doctor pay him week after week visits.”
Conceived in a Gujarati family, Neeraj came to be known in the movie business for the way he handled diversion through his acting, written work and directorial ventures.
As an author, he chipped away at films like Rangeela, Akele Hum Akele Tum, Josh, Badshah, Chori Chupke, Awara Paagal Deewana, Deewane Huye Paagal, Ajnabee, Hera Pheri and Phir Hera Pheri.
His directorial ventures incorporate Khiladi 420 and Phir Hera Pheri. He was to coordinate Hera Pheri III, yet vulnerability posed a potential threat over the venture after he endured a stroke in October 2016.
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