Movie Producer Nazim Hassan Rizvi Dies At 70! What Happened To Him? Death Cause Explained
The Bollywood industry was in shock after a noted producer Nazim Hassan Rizvi took his last breath. However, the man had produced a number of movies in his career span but when it comes to talking about the hit movies after which he rose to fame then Salman Khan & Preity Zinta starrer “Chori Chori Chupke Chupke”. No doubt that the movie became a hit of its time and the producer got limelight after the movie. Today, when the maker has left the world entire Bollywood industry is mourning his death and expressing their grief through their social media posts. You also must be searching for how Nazim Hassan Rizvi died or what happened to Chori Chori Chupke Chupke producer.
As soon as the news of his demise started surfacing on the internet people or better say his close ones started mourning his death across the globe and many of the big names have come up expressing their grief. However, his official Wikipedia page does not exist but here we will tell you about his life and whatever the man has been through in his career span. According to the reports, the producer died at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH), Andheri. The producer was undergoing some illness for which he was admitted to the hospital but on Monday he took his last breath on the hospital bed.
Nazim Hassan Rizvi’s Death Cause
Well, if we talk about how the man died? then we would like to tell you that the real cause of his death is yet to come officially because so far speculations are rife that the producer died of natural causes. However, he was among the close ones of Bollywood actor Salman Khan and some other noted names as well. As soon as the news of his demise started surfacing on the web it created a buzz and those who have worked with him are completely saddened by his death. Although, if we talk about the movies that he has made so far then the list includes movies such as ‘Majboor Ladki’ (1991), ‘Apaatkal’ (1993), ‘Angarvaadi’ (1998), ‘Undertrial’ (2007), ‘CC’ (2001), ‘Hello, Hum Lallan Bol Rahe Hain’ (2010), launching his son Azim in ‘Qasam Se, Qasam Se’, (2011), and ‘Laden Aala Re Aala’ (2017).
According to the reports, Rizvi was in his 70s at the time of his death and he was from Uttar Pradesh mainly therefore his last rites are going to take place there. Undoubtedly, this is one of the saddest news for the industry. our deepest condolences are with his family and fans. May his soul rest in heaven.