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‘Murder’ dialogue writer Subodh Chopra dies of post-COVID complications


New Delhi: In a tragic flip of occasions, screenplay writer and movie director Subodh Chopra died on Friday (May 13) resulting from post-COVID complications as per a report by a number one every day.

The information was confirmed by Chopra’s youthful brother Shanky in an interview with Times Of India the place he divulged that Subodh had recovered from COVID on May 8, 2021, however his situation began worsening this week on Monday (May 10) after which he died on Friday (May 14).

He advised the Times of India, “He had examined adverse final week on Saturday, however his situation took a flip for the more severe on Monday (May 10). His oxygen ranges abruptly dropped and I made preparations for a cylinder at residence. He was feeling very exhausted and his blood strain had risen as properly.

Talking about Chopra’s loss of life on Friday, he revealed, “This morning, his condition deteriorated further, and I admitted him to the Lifeline Hospital in Malad. However, he passed away after a cardiac arrest. These were all complications that came after he got COVID-free.”

Subodh Chopra was a widely known screenplay and dialogue writer within the Bollywood trade.

He had began off his profession in 1997 and wrote dialogues for ‘Reporter’, a critically acclaimed TV Series produced and directed by Vinod Pande and starring Shekhar Suman, Mona Ambegaonkar, and late actor Raj Kiran.

He later went on to write down a script for a docu-drama sequence – Haqeeqat hosted by Mahesh Bhatt. The sequence, based mostly on real-life court docket circumstances of human rights violations, gained a number of TV awards.

Chopra bagged his large challenge after that as he wrote dialogues for ‘Murder’ – one of the most important hits of that yr. He adopted his success with writing dialogues for ‘Rog’ that includes late actor Irrfan Khan and ‘Dobara’ directed by Shashi Ranjan.



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