This Bollywood veteran died, said goodbye at the age of 54

Sep 16 2019 11:15 AM
This Bollywood veteran died, said goodbye at the age of 54

Bollywood veteran film editor Sanjib Kumar Dutta died on Sunday after prolonged illness. He is no longer in this world, he took his last breath yesterday at the age of 54. Let us tell you that he worked for films like 'Daur', 'Mardaani', 'Iqbal' and 'Ek Hasina Thi'.

 54-year-old Sanjib was living in Kolkata for some time and he took his last breath in a hospital in Kolkata on Sunday afternoon. He had heart problems. Sanjib worked in nearly every film by filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor.

Nagesh is currently in Canada and he has confirmed the death of Sanjib. Talking to news agency PTI by Nagesh said, "I have been told that he went for bypass surgery, though he never returned. I am collecting more information. He is the last person of Renu Saluja School There was no one who extended her name the way she did. Renu was editing film 'Bollywood calling' when she died. " Editing has been done by Sanjib for more than 80 Hindi and Bengali films. He was also a big name in Bengali cinema along with Bollywood.

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