TV celebs Mourn the death of legendary choreographer Saroj Khan

Entertainment industry suffered one more major blow today. Veteran choreographer Saroj Khan passed away today due to cardiac arrest in Mumbai. She was 71. Social media has flooded with condolences for her.

Taking to his Twitter account, Sunil Grover wrote, “Shocked to know the sad demise of Saroj khan ji. An era comes to an end with her. Rest in peace.”

Actor Arjun Bijlani, who got a chance to feature with her on a television show, shared, “The woman who made the stars, stars and dance like stars. I’m Glad I shared the stage with you in this lifetime. RIP. Prayers.”

Mourning the demise of the choreographer, Sayantani Ghosh captioned her picture as, “Was a dream come true n honor to have met u ,to dance in front of you .. spent a span of about 2/3 months with you as we did a reality show together ..will cherish all the moments we spent , all the love you gave me forever .. still remember u liked one of my dances so much that u asked my maa “Kya khake pyaada kiya tha “?? ?…I was ecstatic n how !!! learnt so much from you … you inspired me n many to dance ,inspired us with your life’s journey . witnessing u dance and express was invaluable n beautiful ..those notes signed by you as a blessing are precious ,shall cherish them always .. Rest In Peace masterji … #rip #ripsarojkhan .. ur a legend .. The world of dance won’t the same without you but u will forever live in our hearts.”

Sharing a few pictures with Saroj Khan, actress Jaswir Kaur wrote, “Thank you for holding my hand master ji. Thank you for teaching us dancing. Thank you for everything. You are a legend, you will be missed. May your journey be peaceful. Rest in peace @sarojkhanofficial master ji.”

She was admitted to a Mumbai hospital last month after she complained of trouble in breathing. The last rites of Saroj Khan will be performed at Malvani in Malad, Mumbai today.She was a part of several television shows including Nach Baliye, Ustaadon Ka Ustaad, Boogie Woogie, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa among others.

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