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Bollywood filmmaker Nishikant Kamat is on life assist at a hospital in Hyderabad. The 50-year previous filmmaker was recognized with Chronic Liver Disease and different secondary infections. Actor Sharad Kelkar has confirmed to ETImes that the favored filmmaker is on life assist, in a essential situation.
Filmmaker Milap Zaveri had beforehand shared a fond reminiscence with filmmaker Nishikant Kamat and revealed that after talking to somebody at the hospital, he was knowledgeable that Nishikant Kamat was combating for all times. “Just spoke to someone who is with Nishikant in the hospital right now. He hasn’t passed away yet. Yes he is v critical and fighting life and death. But he is still alive,” Milap Zaveri had posted.
Sadly the tip appears inevitable anytime quickly. But as of now Nishikant continues to be on ventilator https://t.co/PfblBbEXQG
— Milap (@zmilap) 1597647012000
Nishikant Kamat is understood for guiding Bollywood movies just like the Ajay Devgn and Tabu starrer ‘Drishyam’, and Irrfan Khan’s ‘Madaari’. He has additionally labored with John Abraham in two movies, ‘Force’ and ‘Rocky Handsome’. He had additionally helmed ‘Mumbai Meri Jaan’ that includes R Madhavan, Soha Ali Khan, Irrfan Khan, Paresh Rawal and Kay Kay Menon.
Earlier the hospital had shared in a press release, “Mr Nishikant Kamat (50 years, male) was dropped at AIG hospitals, Gachibowli, Hyderabad on thirty first July with jaundice and belly distention. He has been recognized with Chronic Liver Disease and different secondary infections. He is within the Intensive Care Unit for steady monitoring beneath supervision of a multi-disciplinary staff of senior consultants comprising of gastroenterologists, hepatologist, essential care and others. His situation is essential however steady.”
Nishikant Kamat can also be a extremely popular director in Marathi cinema. He had referred to as the photographs for hits like (*50*) Deshmukh starrer ‘Lai Bhaari’ in addition to Swwapnil Joshi’s ‘Fugay’ and ‘Dombivali Fast’.
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