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‘Sanam Bewafa’ director Sawan Kumar Tak dies, Tak dies of heart attack

Film Director Sawan Kumar Tak Death News

‘Sanam Bewafa’ director Saawan Kumar Tak dies, Tak dies of heart attack .FILM DIRECTOR SAWAN KUMAR TAK DEATH NEWS. Filmmaker-director Sawan Kumar Tak passed away on Thursday. He breathed his last at Kokilaben Ambani Hospital. He was admitted to hospital in critical condition on Wednesday. The 86-year-old Tuck, who has done more than 19 films, was single.

‘Sanam Bewafa’ director Sawan Kumar Tak dies, Tak dies of heart attack

He is survived by three sisters and one brother. His nephew Navin said, he has been sick for a long time. Lung infection was causing difficulty in breathing. His heart was also not working properly. Tuck died of a heart attack.

His first film as a producer came in 1967

Nanihal, starring Sanjeev Kumar in the lead role. Her directorial debut, Gomti Kinare, released in 1972, was actress Meena Kumari’s last film. Bewafa, Sajan Bina Suhagan and Shaitan are his major films. He directed Saaman Bewafa, starring Salman Khan in the lead role. Many film celebrities including Salman expressed grief over his death.

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Saawan Kumar Tak movies

Born on 9 August 1936 in Jaipur, Sawan Kumar started his career as a producer in 1972 with Sanjeev Kumar’s film Nanihal. The film ‘Gomti Ke Kinare’ was made in 1972. In which Meena Kumari acted for the last time. In 1973, the song ‘Barkha Rani Zara Jam Kar Barso’ from the film ‘Sabak’ starring Shatrughan Sinha and Poonam became a huge hit. In 2004, all the songs from the movie Dev became huge hits.

Saawan Kumar Tak popular songs

His popular songs include ‘Zindegi Pyaar Ka Geet Hai’ from the film Shaitan. At the same time, the song ‘Hum Bhula Ge Har Baat’ from ‘Sawtan Ki Beti’ is still heard with enthusiasm even today. Lata Mangeshkar’s song ‘Yeh Dil Beofa Se Wafa Kar Raha Hai’ from the film ‘Beofa Se Wafa’ was also a hit.

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