"We need to take better care of our artistes": Shatrughan Sinha

Kader Khan's sudden demise on the very beginning of this year has left the entire nation in gloom. Veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha asked people to learn a lesson from Kader Khan's death.

Saima Siddiqui
Published on 2 Jan 2019 9:15 AM GMT
We need to take better care of our artistes: Shatrughan Sinha
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Mumbai: Shotgun of Indian Film Industry, Shatrughan Sinha shares his fond memories with Kader Khan, calls him the pillar of Bollywood.

Kader Khan's sudden demise on the very beginning of this year has left the entire nation in gloom. Veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha asked people to learn a lesson from Kader Khan's death.

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Talking about the demise of Khan,'Shotgun' said that Kader's death in Canada is a lesson for all of us that we need to take better care of our artistes, so that they don't feel neglected; the way Kader felt in his last days.

He posed a question saying why was he (Kader) in Canada in his last days? A great artist who served the industry for so long died in a foreign land and there was no one there by his side except his family, this is really heart breaking.

Sharing his fond memories of the actor, Shatrughan said that Kader Khan was a mine of talents. He was not only a fine actor but also wrote great dialogues and was a brilliant screenplay writer as well. He was the pillar of Bollywood industry.

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He mentioned the names of movies like 'Jwalamukhi' and 'Naseeb' written by Kader Khan in which Mr Sinha has acted, saying that he and Amitabh Bachchan were quite closely associated with Kader Khan. Both the actors have been taken aback by his death.

Minutes after his demise, Big B also wrote a heartfelt note for the deceased soul. Kader Khan died in Canada at the ripe age of 81 on January 1, this year.

In Shatrughan's words" Kader Khan was one in a million, there can never be another Kader Khan again. The industry has lost its precious gem."

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