Filmmaker Sanjay Gadhvi, known for directing the popular Dhoom series, passed away at his Mumbai residence on Sunday. He was 56 and nearing his 57th birthday, was renowned for his work on films like Dhoom (2004) and its sequel Dhoom 2 (2006).
Abhishek Bachchan, who starred in all three Dhoom movies, expressed his sorrow in a heartfelt tribute with a photo taken during the filming of Dhoom 2 in South Africa. He wrote, “I took this photo of Sanjay whilst we were filming the climax of Dhoom 2 in South Africa. We made 2 films together – Dhoom and Dhoom 2”
“Sanju, when I spoke to you last week and we were reminiscing about our shoots and memories I would never have imagined even in my craziest dreams that I would have to write a post like this. I’m shocked beyond belief. You had faith in me, even when I didn’t. You gave me my first ever hit!!! I can never ever forget that or be able express what it meant to me. I will cherish your friendship always. Rest in peace my brother” added Abhishek.
Celebrities such as Bipasha Basu, John Abraham, Pritam, Celina Jaitly, and more expressed their sorrow on social media.
Gadhvi's directorial journey began with the 2001 film Tere Liye, followed by several films under the Yash Raj Films banner, including Dhoom and Dhoom 2.
His repertoire includes Kidnap (2008), Ajab Gazabb Love (2012) starring Arjun Rampal, and Operation Parindey (2020) featuring Amit Sadh and Rahul Dev.
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