Saroj Khan (born 22 November 1948) was an Indian choreographer who died on 3 July 2020 due to cardiac arrest. He worked in more than 200 films in his career.
Saroj Khan’s mother and father are Krishachan Sadhu Singh and Noni Sadhu Singh. Nirmala, popularly known as Saroj Khan, had her parents migrated to India after the Partition of India. He is married to a Muslim. His name is Sardar Roshan Khan and his last name comes from Khan.
She studied dance from B. Sohanlal. According to his own confessional statement on a Pakistani TV show, he had confessed to Islam before marriage and is now a Muslim. At the age of thirteen, he married B Sohanlal, a famous figure of that time.
Was a dance guru. Sohanlal (71 years) was previously married and had 4 children. At the age of fourteen, she gave birth to her first child Hamid Khan, now a famous dance composer by the name of Raju Khan. She separated from Sohanlal in 1975, but continued to work as her assistant. Sohanlal and Saroj Khan reunited when Sohanlal had a heart attack. Saroj Khan is married to Sohanlal and has a child with his daughter Hina Khan (Cuckoo).
Madras was deceived after leaving Sohanlal Saroj Khan and his two children behind. She then married Sardar Roshan Khan and gave birth to a daughter named Sukayna Khan. She now runs a dance institute in Dubai.
Date of Birth: 22 November 1948
Original Name: Nirmala Kishanchand Sadhu Singh Nagpal
Children Names: Sukyna Khan, Hina Khan , Hamid Khan
Died: 3 July 2020 (age 71)
Cause of Death: Cardiac arrest
Place of Death: Mumbai
She began his career as a child artiste at the age of three in the film Nazrana and the name of the play was Shyama. She was well known for the Nagina movie “Main Teri Dushman”.
She started in the 19th of November (2009) as a background dancer of the dance institution Shoru in Dubai (1950). Working under the film Nritya Rachna-Kar B Sohanlal, she learned to dance. Later, she started her own business as a dance coordinator.
Geeta was started in my name (1979) first as an assistant dance-car and later as an independent dance-car. Although, she had to wait for many years to gain fame, but with Mr. Devi, she got fame with Mr. Devi in Mr. India in the art of Hawa Hawaii (1979) and Chandni (1979). Later, along with Madhuri Dixit, Tamma Tamma Loge (1990) and Teeta Dhak Dhak Dhak (192) in Tezaar in Ek Teza (Two) (192) were given tremendous hits. She then went on to become one of the most successful Bollywood choreographers. In 2013 Gulab Gai again worked with Madhuri Dixit.
Saroj Khan along with two other judges appeared on a reality dance show as a member of the jury in 2005 Nach Baliye which aired on Star One. She was also a judge in the second season of Nach Baliye. She has also been a judge for the show “Ustado ka Ustad” which has been airing recently on Sony Entertainment Television (India).
She appeared on the show Nach Levey Vita Saroj Khan aired on NDTV Imagine in 2008. She appeared on the show Was a choreographer for the film. She also appeared in Sony’s show Boogie Woogie (TV series) December 2007. She was one of the judges along with Javed Jaffrey, Naved Jaffrey and Ravi Bahl.
She Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa February 26,2009 The third season of ‘Nach Baliye’ featured opposite Sony Vaibhavi Merchant and actress Juhi Chawla on Sony Entertainment Television (India). She is also currently a judge on the dance reality show Nach Lai with Saroj Khan.
She has hosted And has completed Nachle Ve with Saroj Khan. In 2012, the documentary produced and directed by Nidhi Tuli was released by The Saroj Khan Storey PSBIT and Film Division of India.
Reason of Death:
On July 3, 2020, Saroj Khan died of a heart attack He was admitted to Guru Nanak Hospital in Bandra from June 16, 2020 His corona is also tested, but the result is negative.
Movie Title & Year
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