Death of Basu Chatterjee: Death of filmmaker Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher, Lata Mangeshkar, Anil Kapoor and others.

Bollywood took to social media on Thursday to mourn the death of filmmaker Basu Chatterjee.

Basu Chatterjee was suffering from an age-related illness.Twitter

Amitabh Bachchan, who starred in Chatterjee’s 1979 film ‘Manzil’, tweeted: “Blessings and condolences on the death of Basu Chatterjee .. A calm, soft-spoken, gentle man .. His pictures reflect the life of Central India .. ‘Manzil” with him ..A tragic loss … this climax is often remembered for ‘rim jhim gire sawan’. “

Lata Mangeshkar sang several popular numbers in the movie Basu Chatterjee, tweeting: Kia tha. Mainko pays a humble tribute. “(Little C Bat, Button Button Maine and Rajinigandha’s talented director of films like I don’t know anymore. I am very sorry to hear this news. I have the opportunity to work with him. Humble homage to his disembodied soul) “

Shabana Azmi worked with Chatterjee in three movies. She shared: “Basu was deeply saddened to hear Chatterjee die. A great filmmaker, a pioneer in what was considered to be the middle of street cinema. Husband, I had the good fortune to make three beautiful pictures with my family. And Gina Yahan. All biographies Character.RIP.

“Basu Da is no more .. a great director with whom I had the good fortune to work in my mother’s productions ‘Swami’ and ‘Ratnadeep’. He will be greatly missed by many of his fans and the film world. He is an integral part of Basu Da in peace. , “Shared Hema Malini.

Anil Kapoor, who starred in the 1986 comedy “Chameli Ki Shaadi”, shared: “A director who has always been ahead of his time .. Basu Chatterjee will be truly missed. He was an effortless genius and a wonderful man. He can live in peace.”

Anupram Kher played a character in Chatterjee’s last Bollywood directed “Goodgoody” (199), tweeting: “Basu da aapne yaad aigi. We will miss you Basu da! Your simplicity in your personality and movies. Om Shanti. # Basu Chatterjee. “

Filmmaker Sujit Siriar: “My first job as an assistant director was with Basu Chatterjee in the shoot of a Bengali TV serial at CR Park in New Delhi. May his soul rest in peace.”

Bengali superstar Prosenjit Chatterjee, who starred in Chatterjee’s Bengali film ‘Huchcheta Ki’, revealed: “Basu is trying to talk to the news that Da is no more. Legendary filmmaker and master story teller … I had the opportunity to accompany him in Hutchetta Ki in 2006. To work. It’s a really big loss for Indian cinema. “

“I am saddened by the death of #Basu Chatterjee … I had the good fortune to work with him in Hokcheta Ki film. Even today I bring comfort and laughter back to his films. Thank you sir for giving us a vision that thanks to the small and big moments of our daily lives.” Let’s find out the magic, ”said partner actress Paoli Dam, who was also part of the cast of“ Hutchita Ki ”.

In addition to those who have worked with him, several others in the film world have expressed their condolences.

“As a growing movie lover in my teens, I never got tired of watching Sir Basu Chatterjee’s movies over and over again and this love will continue forever … a path-maker and an inspiration! Stay in peace Sir #BasuChattarji,” Yami tweeted to Gautam.

Ritish Deshmukh revealed: “No one has made a better film than Basu Da, thank you for enriching our lives. RIP # Basu Chatterjee”

Manoj Vajpayee shared: “A master storyteller passed away today! I have learned to tell simple stories with subtle success !! Thank you Basu Da for all the great stories! Stay in peace sir !! #BasuChatarji”

Producer Bonnie Kapoor writes: “Basu Chatterjee has expressed his condolences over the death. He has left a unique acy of the film with the story of everyday ordinary characters in a mixture of humor and emotion.” Ripbasu Chatterjee “

Producer Nikhil Dwivedi tweeted: “Thank you #basschatarji. Your movie was special because it was easy. Only you can tell us how a grand and big” simple “movie can be in our image. In this time we have to advertise every subject and part of life.” And your movies have found a new place to teach us to be easy # # legend “”

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