The actor was recognized for starring in films reminiscent of ‘Fareb’ and ‘Mehndi’ within the Nineteen Nineties
Actor Faraaz Khan, recognized for starring in films reminiscent of “Fareb” and “Mehndi” within the Nineteen Nineties, handed away in Bengaluru on Wednesday. He was 46.
The information of his demise was shared by actor-filmmaker Pooja Bhatt on social media.
“With a heavy coronary heart I break the information that #FaraazKhan has left us for what I consider, is a greater place. Gratitude to all to your assist & good needs when he wanted it most.
“Please maintain his household in your ideas & prayers. The void he has left behind shall be unattainable to fill,” Bhatt mentioned.
Khan, son of late Bollywood actor Yusuf Khan, was admitted to Vikram Hospital in Bengaluru final month after struggling a number of seizures.
His members of the family, Farhad Abousher and Ahmed Shamoon, had began a fundraising marketing campaign to collect funds for his remedy.
They’d mentioned that Khan had been affected by a cough and an an infection in his chest for practically a 12 months and it aggravated lately.
Khan suffered seizures thrice when he was being taken to the hospital and it was later identified that he had a “herpes an infection in his mind that had unfold from his chest“.
Bhatt had final month urged individuals to supply monetary assist for Khan’s remedy. Following which, famous person Salman Khan had paid for Khan’s medical bills.
Khan had marked his debut in Bollywood in 1996 with Vikram Bhatt-directed “Fareb”. He discovered fame after he featured as Rani Mukherjee’s husband in social drama “Mehendi”.
His movie credit additionally embrace films reminiscent of “Prithvi”, “Dulhan Banoo Principal Teri”, “Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya” and “Chand Bujh Gaya”.
Khan additionally starred in a many TV exhibits reminiscent of “Achanak 37 Saal Baad”, “Lipstick”, “Ssshhhh…Koi Hai” and “Raat Hone Ko Hai”.