Bollywood producer Sawan Kumar Tak died in Mumbai on Thursday. He was 86.
His nephew Navin, who is a Punjabi film maker, told media, “Sawan ji experienced a heart attack at around 4:15 pm today. He passed on from numerous organ disappointment. The memorial service will be held tomorrow at Pawan Hans Crematorium.”
Salman Khan, who featured in Sawan Kumar Tak’s Saawan… The Love Season, gave his sympathies on Twitter and expressed, “May u find happiness in the hereafter my dear Sawaan ji. Have consistently cherished n regarded u.”
Sawan Kumar Tak was owned up to Mumbai’s Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital on August 24. His nephew Navin prior shared that Sawan had ‘a few wellbeing illnesses’ and his lungs were frail. “He has a few wellbeing infirmities. He is basic. We got him owned up to Kokilaben Ambani clinic yesterday and he is in the ICU. His lungs are frail too as a result of advanced age. Specialists are treating him, yet he isn’t answering a lot and isn’t recuperating as expected. So we are appealing to God for him,” he had shared.
Tak’s last executive was the 2006 Salman Khan film Saawan… The Love Season. His most memorable task as a maker was the 1967 film Naunihal, which got an extraordinary notice at the National Film Awards. His different motion pictures incorporate Hawas, Ab Kya Hoga, Laila, Souten, Sanam Bewafa and Dil Pardesi Ho Gaya.
In a prior discussion with The Hindu, Sawan Kumar Tak shared that he made his most memorable film Naunihal with a credit of Rs 25,000 that he took from a relative. “I came to Mumbai from Jaipur in 1965 to turn into an entertainer. I took a stab at two-three studios. At the point when I didn’t get a break, I chose to begin from the top. I mentioned my sister to loan Rs 25,000 to release a film. I had a thought regarding a vagrant whose chief lets him know that he has a general as Pandit Nehru. My sisters rejected yet my brother by marriage concurred. So I created Naunihal,” he had said.
Sawan Kumar Tak, who coordinated movies like Saajan Bina Suhagan (1978), Souten Ki Beti (1989), Sanam Bewafa (1991), and Bewaffa Se Waffa (1992) and his best film Souten (1983), passed on Thursday because of drawn out illness.
Abandoning a leacy which included giving late entertainer Sanjeev Kumar his screen name, coordinating Meena Kumari’s last film, writing verses of melodies like Chand Sitaare in Kaho Naa.. Pyaar Hai, and coordinating hits too, his entertainers review him affectionately.
Padmini Kohlapure, who worked with him first as a small kid in Saajan Bina Suhagan, and afterward, Souten, actually recalls that everything. “I recall such extraordinary things about working with him. I got such a vital job in Saajan… I plainly recall his bearing during that period. Then, at that point, we got along all around well. I used to call him Sawan uncle since I was a youngster in those days. At the point when I did Soutan, my next film with him, I was doing films as a main woman. He said ‘khabardaar mujhe uncle bola toh!’ His melodies, everything had the word Saawan in it. Then, at that point, I began calling him Sawan ji,” she shares.
Souten ended up being a success. Kohlapure adds that Tak was in every case exceptionally pleasant to her, and dealt with her like family. “He was so great to me, and in a real sense splendidly functioned as a director, actor. At the present time it struck me, we did a film called Preeti moreover. It featured me and Rajiv Kapoor, whose birth commemoration is additionally on August 25, and Sawan ji died on a similar date. Life is appalling. I met him last around 2018-19, he didn’t call me and returned home. He regarded my home as his subsequent home, and went ahead and come over,” she shares.