Saroj Khan was one of the popular Bollywood choreographers ever that have left the present reality at 1:52 AM because of heart failure. She admitted to Bandra clinic in Mumbai on 24 June subsequent to encountering breathing issues and later surrendered to death leaving her fans broke.
Saroj Khan started her vocation at three years old while filling in as a kid craftsman in 'Nazarana.' She was additionally once a foundation artist and got her move preparing from move chief, B. Sohanlal who she later wedded to at 13 years old.
Saroj's first free film was 'Geeta Mera Naam,' and later 'Hawa Hawai' from 'Mr. India' including Sridevi.
From that point forward, the move symbol has given various hit move numbers from a few films like, 'Tehzaab', 'Nagina', 'Chandni', 'Thandedaar', 'Beta', and the rundown goes on.
The 'Ek Do Teen' choreographer has likewise brought a few honours including her first National Film Award for the melody 'Dola Re Dola' highlighting her preferred understudy, Madhuri Dixit in 'Devdas.' Later she was additionally granted a similar title for her work in the tune 'Yeh Ishq Haaye' from 'Hit We Met' and a Tamil film. She likewise brought home a few film Filmfare grants for best movement and even got American Choreography Award for her film 'Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India.'
Aside from Bollywood, masterji likewise worked for Hollywood film, 'The Gandhi Murder' featuring entertainer Stephen Lang and Om Puri.
On the work front, Saroj Khan's last film was 'Kalank' where she arranged her preferred on-screen character, Madhuri Dixit for the tune 'Tabah Ho Gaye.
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