Veteran Bollywood producer Nitin Manmohan, who made films like Bol Radha Bol, Ready, passes away on Thursday (December 29). He was admitted to the hospital due to a heart attack.
Mumbai: Big blow to the Bollywood industry as veteran film producer Nitin Manmohan dies due to heart attack in Mumbai today (December 29). Recently he was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai after suffering a heart attack. He was 60 years old. The producer’s condition was critical and he died on the ventilator in the last moments. Due to this sad news, there has been a wave of mourning in Bollywood and celebs are expressing grief by condoling his death.
It is being told that on December 3, Nitin Manmohan had a heart attack. After which he was admitted to Kokila Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital for treatment. Nitin Manmohan’s condition was deteriorating after the heart attack, in which case he was also put on ventilator. Although he was later removed from the ventilator, his health did not show improvement.
Nitin Manmohan had produced films such as ‘Bol Radha Bol’, ‘Laadla’, ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’, ‘Army’, ‘Shool’, ‘Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega’, ‘Dus’, ‘Chal Mere Bhai’, ‘Maha-Sangram’, ‘Insaaf’, ‘Deewangi’, ‘Nayee Padosan’, ‘Adharm’, ‘Baaghi’ (Salman Khan starrer), ‘Eena Meena Deeka’, ‘Tathastu’, ‘Tango Charlie’, ‘Gali Gali Chor Hai’, ‘Dil Maange More’ and ‘Sab Kushal Mangal’.
Nitin made his directorial debut with the ‘Prithvi’ (1997) and did the screenplay for the romantic action film ‘Maha Sangram’ (1990). Some of the films he produced were made in partnership. His brother, Hemant Panchamiya, is a well-known Bombay exhibitor and lives in Pune.
Nitin was honoured with the National Film Award (1999) for the film ‘Shool’.