Shiv Kumar Subramaniam Bollywood Actor, passes away in Mumbai

Shiv Kumar Subramaniam Bollywood Actor, passes away in Mumbai

Shiv Kumar Subramaniam, known for films like two states, Meenakshi Sunderashwar and Hichki, passed away in Mumbai on April 11. Besides being an actor, he was also a screenplay writer for films like Hazaro Khawishein Aisi, 1942: A love story, and Parinda. Shiv Kumar was also awarded a Best Story for Hazaron Khawishesh Aisi and Filmfare award for Best Screenplay for Parinda. Shiv Kumar also rose to fame for his performance in the TV show Mukti Bandhan, in which he played the lead role.

Shiv Kumar Subramaniam's mortal remains will be cremated at Mumbai's Amboli crematorium on April 11. Filmmakers Hansal Mehta and Ashoke Pandit shared their condolences over Shiv's death. Hansal shared the statement of his death and funeral details in his post on social media.

His wife, Divya, survives Shiv. Two months ago, his son Jehan died of a brain tumor.

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Shiv Kumar Subramaniam started his journey in a film by writing the screenplay of Vidhu Vinod Chopra's Parinda in 1989. He's also credited as a writer for other noteworthy movies like 1942: A Love Story, Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin, Arjun Pandit, Chameli, Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, and Teen Patti. Shiv Kumar Subramaniam won Filmfare awards for Best Story and Best Screenplay for Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi and Parinda.

B-town celebrities like Hansal Mehta, Anurag Kashyap, Ashoke Pandit, Sandhya Mridul, Bharti Singh, Maanvi Gagroo, and others also expressed over the demise of Shiv Kumar Subramaniam.

Shiv Kumar's films include The Girl in Yellow Boots, Kaminey, Bombay Boys, Prahaar, and Parinda.

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