Saroj khan- Indian dance choreographer
Saroj Khan (born Nirmala Nagpal; 22 November 1948 – 3 July 2020) was a leading Indian dance choreographer in the Hindi cinema. She was born in Bombay State (present-day Maharashtra), India. With a career spanning over forty years, she choreographed more than 2000 songs. She died on 3 July 2020 of a sudden cardiac arrest.
She was for the most part prepared in a move by B. Sohanlal. Saroj Khan’s genuine name is Nirmala Sadhu Singh. Father: Kishanchand Sadhu Singh Mother: Noni Sadhu Singh Saroj’s folks relocated from Pakistan to India during the parcel in 1947. Saroj filled in as a kid entertainer in the film Tarana around then she was just two years of age. You won’t discover her name in the cast yet on the off chance that you watch the film she has played the little Shayama sitting on the moon and singing.
As indicated by her own admission on a Pakistani TV show she grasped Islam before getting hitched and still is a Muslim. At thirteen years old Saroj Khan wedded B. Sohanlal who was a notable move ace around then. Sohanlal was 41 years of age and right now wedded and had 4 kids. At fourteen years old she brought forth her first youngster Hamid Khan, who is currently a well-known choreographer by the name of Raju Khan.
In 1965 she isolated from Sohanlal, however, continued functioning as his right hand. They rejoined again when Sohanlal had a coronary failure. Saroj Khan had another kid from Sohan Lal, her little girl Hina Khan (cuckoo). Sohanlal then moved to Madras abandoning Saroj and two youngsters. A while later she wedded with Sardar Roshan Khan and she brought forth a girl named Sukaina khan, who currently runs a move foundation in Dubai.
In a profession spreading over four decades, Saroj Khan arranged in excess of 2000 tunes. She began her profession as a foundation artist at 3 years old and got her first break as a choreographer with Geeta Mera Naam in 1974. A portion of the famous move numbers arranged by her incorporate Hawa Hawai from Mr. India, Ek Do Teen from Tezaab, Dhak Karne Laga from Beta, and Dola Re Dola from Devdas.
Date of Birth: 22 November 1948
Birthplace: Bombay, Bombay State, Dominion of India (Present day: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India)
Date of Death: 3 July 2020
Place of Death: Guru Nanak Hospital, Bandra, Mumbai
Age: 71 Years
Death Cause: Cardiac Arrest
Spouse: B. Sohanlal (Choreographer) Sardar Roshan Khan
Marital Status: Married
Children: Raju Khan
Daughter: Sukanya Khan, Heena Khan
Professions: Actor, Screenwriter, Dancer, Choreographer
According to Wikipedia, Forbes, IMDb and various online resources, the famous dancer Saroj Khan has a net worth of $ 1-5 million. She has earned a lot of money as a professional dancer.
Saroj Khan was admitted to Guru Nanak Hospital at Bandra, Mumbai on 17 June 2020, because of breathing difficulties, and died of cardiac arrest at 1:52 AM IST on 3 July 2020. She was 71 and is survived by son Hamid Khan and daughter Sukaina Khan.
Film of Saroj khan
Worked for these films
Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi (2019)
Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015)
Gulaab Gang (2014)
ABCD: Any Body Can Dance (2012)
Rowdy Rathore (2012)
Agent Vinod (2012)
Khatta Meetha (2010)
Life Partner (2009)
Love Aaj Kal (2009)
Jab We Met (2007) (Won the National Film Award for Best Choreography)
Namastey London (2007)
Guru (2007) (Won the Filmfare Award for Best Choreography)
Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal (2007)
Don – The Chase Begins Again (2006)
Mangal Pandey: The Rising (2005)
Sringaram (2005) (Tamil) Won the National Film Award for Best Choreography
Kuch Naa Kaho (2004)
Devdas (2002) Won the Filmfare Award for Best Choreography & National Film Award
Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001) Won the Filmfare Award for Best Choreography
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) Won the Filmfare Award for Best Choreography & American Choreography Award
Choodalani Vundi (1998) Telugu movie
Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya (1997)
Iruvar (1997) (Tamil)
Khamoshi: The Musical (1996)
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)
Nigahen: Nagina Part II (1989)
Kizhakku Africavil Sheela (1987) Tamil movie
Mr India (1987)
Thai Veedu (1983) Tamil movie
Veeru Dada (1990)
Hum Hain Bemisaal (1994)
Nazar Ke Samne (1995)
Chhote Sarkar (1996)
Dil Tera Diwana (1996)
Judge Mujrim (1997)
Bhai Bhai (1997)
Hote Hote Pyar Ho Gaya (1999)