Bollywood director Nishikant Kamat died on Monday in a hospital in Hyderabad. He was 50 years old.
In a statement issued in the hospital, he said that his condition had started deteriorating from Monday afternoon and he died on 4.24 pm.
In the statement, the hospital said, “Nishikant Kamat was admitted to the hospital on July 31 after complaining of fever and extreme tiredness. He had complained of liver cirrhosis for two years due to which he started giving antibiotics as well as other medicines. it was done.”
“There was some improvement in his health but gradually his liver worsened and his health deteriorated. On Sunday he started having trouble breathing and his blood pressure also started to decrease. Due to multiple organ failure His health deteriorated and after which he died. “
Bollywood actor Ritesh Deshmukh gave the social media of Nishikant’s death. He wrote in a tweet, “My friend, I will miss you.”
Director Nilmadhav Panda wrote, “Nishikant had carved a niche for himself in the film industry by making films like Drishyam, Force, Madari, Rhythm Heavy. Today we lost a diamond.”
Arjun Rampal wrote, “Today got another news of sorrow. Our dear friend Nishikant Kamat has gone on a journey to another world.”
Ajay Devgan wrote, “My association with Nishikant was not limited to only visual films. I have always remembered my relationship with him. He was a sensible and always laughable person.”
Actor Sharad Kelkar wrote, “You were more than a director, you were my guide. I will always miss you.”
Soha Ali Khan, who has previously worked with Nishikant, wrote, “I am shocked by the news of Nishikant Kamat’s death. I worked twelve years ago under his direction in the film ‘Mumbai Meri Jaan’, which was my first film. His Working together is such an experience that I always cherish. My condolences to his family. “
There was a stir on social media since morning
The news of Nishikant Kamat’s death was being posted on social media since Sunday morning.
In response, Ritesh Deshmukh wrote on social media that Nishikant is on ventilator and is fighting with death.
He also urged the media not to give false news about Nishikant.