Renowned screenwriter Sanjay Chowhan, best known for films such as ‘Paan Singh Tomar’ and ‘I Am Karam’, died Thursday at the HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Center at the age of 62 after battling chronic liver disease. I was.
The deceased writer was hospitalized for 10 days and died while battling an illness.
Sanjay has a wife, Sarita, and a daughter, Sara. Chauhan also actively participated in advocating for the rights of the writing world. Chouhan has received many honors throughout his career, including his Filmfare Award for Best Story for his subliminal film I Am Kalam (2011). Among Chouhan’s notable films are Dhoop and Maine Gandhi Ko Nahi Maara. Not only this, but the late writer co-wrote the Saheb Biwi Gangster film with Tigmanshu Dhulia.
According to online reports, Chauhan was born and raised in Bhopal. His mother was a teacher and his father was employed by the Indian Railways.
Sanjay Chauhan started his career as a journalist in Delhi before moving to Mumbai after writing the 1990s crime drama Bhanwar for Sony TV. Chauhan also wrote the lines for Sudhir Mishra’s critically acclaimed 2003 film Hazaron Kwai Shein Aishi. This is also his one of his notable achievements.
Funeral services will be held today at 12:30 pm at Oshiwara Crematorium, Mumbai.