Saroj Khan death: Amul’s pays a moving tribute to “Mother Of Choreography”

A day after the passing away of the legendary choreographer Saroj Khan, Amul pays a tribute to the late ‘Masterji’ in the most creative way possible. On Saturday, Amul shared a post on Instagram featuring the remarkable work in the Film Industry. The post featured a caricature of the late choreographer, dressed in a salwar-kurta. “From the A, B, C To the Ek, Do, Teen of dance,” read the tagline on the post, referring to the iconic song Ek Do Teen from the 1988 film Tezaab, in which Saroj Khan choreographed Madhuri Dixit.
Amul put a caption which read, “Amul Topical: Tribute to the Mother of dance/choreography in India.” Here’s the post which was posted by Amul:

Saroj Khan was earlier admitted to a hospital in Mumbai last Sunday, due to breathing problems. The choreographer died early morning on Friday due to cardiac arrest. She was 71 and her funeral was also held on Friday morning itself. Saroj Khan’s last work in Bollywood remains with Madhuri Dixit in the song Tabah Ho Gaye from the movie Kalank.

Saroj Khan, the winner of three National Awards, choreographed some of Bollywood’s most iconic dance hits. Ms Khan choreographed evergreen tracks such as Hawa Hawai, Ek Do Teen, Tamma Tamma Loge, Dhak Dhak Karne Laga, among many others. She received National Awards for Yeh Ishq Haaye from Jab We Met, Dola Re Dola from Devdas and all the songs of Tamil film Sringaram.