This year, many Bollywood stars left us for the heavenly journey. From Vinod Khanna to Om Puri, B-town industry has lost many talented actors. The recent to leave the industry is Neeraj Vora.
The man who made a mark in Bollywood with his work as a writer for Aamir Khan's film Rangeela, is no more. Yes, actor-Director Neeraj Vora, who was suffering from an illness for a long time now, passed away at the wee hours of Thursday morning. The 'Phir Hera Pheri' director left for heavenly abode at 4 am at Criti Care hospital in Andheri, Mumbai. Neeraj Vora, was reportedly in a coma from past one year after suffering from a massive heart-attack and brain stroke. With no one in the family, Neeraj's good friend and producer Firoz Nadiadwala was taking care of the actor since a very long time. The last jounrey will take place from Mr Firoz Nadiadwala's house BARKAT. As per media reports, the funeral will take place at Santacruz Electric Crematorium at 3 pm on December 14, 2017. Soon after the news broke out, Paresh Rawal took to Twitter and wrote, "Neeraj Vora - The writer n director of Phir Hera Pheri n many hit films is no more ...Aum Shanti."
Neeraj Vora - The writer n director of Phir Hera Pheri n many hit films is no more ...Aum Shanti .— Paresh Rawal (@SirPareshRawal) December 14, 2017
During the bad times, it was Aamir Khan and Paresh Rawal who visited the actor quite a few times. Neeraj Vora had nobody to take care of him. While his wife passed away in 2004, his mother also passed away soon after. Neeraj does not have any kids. Vora was born in Bhuj in a Gujarati family in 1963, grew up in Mumbai. His love for theatre began at the age of 6. Soon his father discovered his talent at the age of 13. He supported Vora and asked him to follow his passion. He is known for his best director and a talented theatres artist. His 1992 Gujarati play Aflatoon which was a superhit was adopted by Rohit Shetty for Golmaal. The play was written and directed by the man himself, Neeraj Vora. Lost one of the most iconic Actors, RIP Neeraj Vora!