Saroj Khan Death: When Salman Khan promised to offer her work when she didn’t have any project

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Legendary choreographer Saroj Khan passed away on July 3 due to a cardiac arrest. Known as Masterji in Bollywood, Saroj Khan was 71. She was admitted to a hospital a few days back after she complained about breathing problems. She was also tested negative for Covid-19. But, today the news of her demise has saddened her fans and Bollywood celebs who worked with the veteran choreographer.

Saroj Khan started working in Bollywood from a very young age and with her work she made a mark in the industry. There was a time when Saroj didn’t have work and at that time it was Salman Khan who came to her rescue.

Earlier, in an interview with Mid-Day, Saroj Khan revealed about her situation and how Salman extended help to her. Saroj said, “When we met, Salman asked me what I was doing nowadays. So I told him honestly that I don’t have any work, and that I am teaching Indian classical dance to young actresses. Upon hearing that, he said, ‘Now, you will work with me’. I know he is a man of his word, so he will keep his promise.”

As per reports, Saroj Khan worked with Salman in ‘Dabangg 3’. She worked with Madhuri Dixit, one of her favourite students for the song ‘Tabaah Ho Gaye’ from the movie ‘Kalank’. It is said to be her last song with Madhuri.

Saroj Khan’s funeral took place in Malad at around 7 am on Friday morning as told by her daughter Sukaina Khan to PTI. A prayer meet will be held after three days.

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