Third bad news from Bollywood after Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor, PGI CEO dies at 60

Third bad news from Bollywood after Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor, PGI CEO dies at 60

After the deaths of Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor, Bollywood has received a third setback. Actually, Kulmeet Makkar, CEO of the Producers Guild of India (PGI), died on Friday morning.


Bollywood has received a third setback after the deaths of Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor. In fact, Kulmeet Makkar, CEO of the Producers Guild of India (PGI), died on Friday morning. According to a PGI spokesperson, Kulmeet Makkar died at the age of 60 due to cardiac arrest. He was present at Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh at that time. PGI said in a statement that his contribution to the development of the Indian film and television world will always be remembered. Many Bollywood actors have tweeted and paid tribute to Kulmeet Makkad's death.

At the same time, a spokesperson of the Producers Guild of India said of Kulmeet Makkar, "Today we have lost our greatest strength. Nobody can replace Kulmeet. His passion, loyalty and commitment to his deep sympathy and a Unique ability to find a way. Difficult situations can be predicted. "He continued about Kulmeet Makkar," Today we lost one such person, Isne Indian film and television played an important role behind the scenes in the world of development. Our dear Kulmit, you will always remember. "Legacy will always be alive. "



On Kulmeet Makkad's death, filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj tweeted, "Oh God, another friend is gone. Kulmeet Makkad, CEO of the Producers Guild. It's devastating. Condolences to the family." At the same time, Bollywood's famous filmmaker Karan Johar. Remembering Kulmeet Makkar tweeted, "You were an incredible pillar of the Producers Guild of India. Kulmeet. You were working tirelessly for the industry and its development. You made us leftist soon. Let us miss you. may your soul rest in peace." , My friend. "











On the death of Kulmeet Makkad, Farhan Akhtar also tweeted and wrote, "It looks like we are losing someone we know and who cares the most about Indian films is Vice Chancellor Makar . Your job as CEO of Film & Television Producers Guild of India. Will always be remembered. "Along with Farhan Akhtar, filmmaker Hansal Mehta also tweeted and wrote," Ku Meet! My friend's soul rest in peace. "Let me tell you that Bollywood death Kulmit Makar maker Ashok Pandit, Sanjay Suri and Subhash Ghai several artists paid tribute to them through social media.

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