Ayush Sharma wrote an emotional note on the death of Pandit Sukhram Sharma, saying- 'Not now...

Ayush Sharma wrote an emotional note on the death of Pandit Sukhram Sharma, saying- 'Not now...

Bollywood star Ayush Sharma has written an emotional note in memory of his grandfather and former Union Telecom Minister Pandit Sukh Ram Sharma. Pandit Sukh Ram Sharma had taken his step towards bringing telecommunication revolution in India by calling for the first time from cellular phone in the country.

The late former Telecom Minister is the person who took his step towards the telecom revolution in India by making the first call on the cellular phone in the country. He died on Wednesday 11 May. His last rites were performed with state honors in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh.

These emotional things written in grandfather's note, in
such a situation, Ayush Sharma along with his wife Arpita Khan Sharma was present in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. Expressing his grief, Aayush wrote a note for his grandfather. In this note, he wrote, "Dada wherever you are, I am sure you will be smiling. You got the farewell for which you worked all your life. Knowing this world wrapped in the tricolour. This is a big emptiness in our lives." It's not going to be filled. Because of you every Indian has a phone today, but unfortunately my phone will never ring now saying 'Dada Calling'."

Who was Pandit Sukh Ram Sharma?
Let us tell you that Pandit Sukh Ram Sharma was the Union Communications Minister in the Narasimha Rao government at the Centre. During his tenure, the first mobile phone call was made in India on 31 July 1995, which was a historic event for India as a country. The call was made between the then former Union Telecom Minister Sukh Ram Sharma and the then West Bengal Chief Minister Jyoti Basu. This call was made on Nokia's phone.

Recently, Pandit Sukh Ram Sharma had a brain stroke. Due to which the health of the 95-year-old politician started deteriorating on Friday afternoon. After this the family decided to airlift him to Delhi last Saturday. After this, he breathed his last on Wednesday.

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Madhuri Dixit reacted to the remake of 'Tezaab', said- what does it matter that I am OK...

Madhuri Dixit reacted to the remake of 'Tezaab', said- what does it matter that I am OK...

The film 'Tezaab' released in 1988 gave a new height to Madhuri Dixit's career. Anil Kapoor was seen in the lead role with him in this film. Recently, after 34 years, the remake of the film Tezaab was announced. Producer Murad Khetani, who has produced films like Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, the Hindi remake of Thandam and Ranbir Kapoor's Animal, has bought the rights of N Chandran's directorial venture Tezaab. However, now Bollywood's Dhak-Dhak Girl and Tezaab's lead actress Madhuri Dixit has expressed her reaction.

Madhuri Dixit said this on the remake of Tezaab

In an exclusive conversation with News18, Bollywood's multi-talented actress Madhuri Dixit has expressed her reaction to the remake of the film. Madhuri Dixit said in a special conversation with him, 'I do not have time to react to such news. But does it matter whether I am okay with this thing or not? Someone is making a film and the art is open to interpretation and if he (Murad Khetani) has any other way to make it and portray it in the best way possible, it is his creativity.

Tezaab was released 34 years ago

Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit starrer Tezaab was released 34 years ago. Apart from Madhuri Dixit and Anil Kapoor, actors like Chunky Pandey, Anupam Kher, Kiran Kumar Anu Kapoor played important roles in this film. From this film, the pair of Madhuri Dixit and Anil Kapoor worked together in many films. The pairing of both was well-liked by the audience on the big screen. Tezaab was directed by N Chandra, who has directed several films like Woh Saat Din, Pratighat, Vajood and Style.

This was the story of the film Tezaab

The story of Madhuri Dixit and Anil Kapoor starrer seems to revolve around Mohini and Mahesh Deshmukh i.e. Munna aka Anil Kapoor. Who later fulfills his revenge by becoming a gangster. The song 'Ek-Do-Teen', which was filmed on Madhuri Dixit in this film, is equally popular even today and makes people dance. However, Murad Khetani is now bringing the story of this film in a modern way.

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