Bollywood mourned the death of filmmaker Basu Chatterjee on social media until Thursday.
Amitabh Bachchan, who starred in the film “Manzier” released in 1979, wrote on Twitter: “The prayers and condolences when Basu Chateji died.” And he Together. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lata Mangeshkar sang several popular characters in Basu Chatterjee’s film, and he tweeted: “Much Abi Pata · Chala (Mujhe abhi pata chala), Batiton Baaton Mein, beaton baaton bain Maine unke saath bahut kaam kiyatha. Mainunko vinamra shraddhanjali arpan karti hun. (I just know that film genius directors like Choti Si Baat, Baaton Baaton Mein and Rajnigandha are no longer. I am very sad to hear this. I have the opportunity to work with him. His dead soul).”
Shabana Azmi worked with Chatterjee to produce three films. She shared: “I am very sad to hear about the death of Basu Chatterjee. He is a prolific filmmaker and a pioneer who was later regarded as a roadside cinema. I am very lucky to be His Swami, Apne Paraye made three cute movies together. And Jeena Yahan. All lifelike characters. RIP.”
“Basuda is gone. Such a great director has given me the privilege of working in his mother’s works “Swami” and “Radnap”. He will be deeply missed by many of his fans and the film industry. He is an integral part. Rest in peace, Basuda.”
Anil Kapoor, who appeared in the 1986 comedy “Chameli Ki Shaadi”, shared: “A director who will always be ahead of the times. Basu Chatterjee will be truly missed. He It is an effortless genius, an amazing person. May he rest in peace! .”
Anupam Kher starred in Chatterjee’s last Bollywood director film “Gudgudee” (1997), and he wrote on Twitter: “Basu da aapki yaad ayegi. We will miss your Basu Da! You Simplicity in characters and cinema. OmShanti. ”
Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar: “My first job as an assistant director was to perform continuous Bangladeshi TV shooting in CR Park, New Delhi with Basu Chatterjee. May his soul rest in peace.”
Prosenjit Chatterjee, a Bangladeshi superstar who worked in Chatterjee’s Bengal movie “Hochcheta Ki,” said: “Trying to get along with the news that Basu da is no longer available. A legendary filmmaker and a master storyteller.. .I had the opportunity to work with him at Hochcheta Ki in 2008. This is indeed a big loss for Indian movies.”
“Because of the death of #BasuChatterjee, I feel very lucky that I am lucky to work with him at Hoccheta Ki. To this day, I still seek solace and smile from his movie. Thank you, sir, I gave us a perspective to let We find magic in small moments of everyday life,” actress Paoli Dam shared, who is also part of the cast of “Hochcheta Ki.”
In addition to those who have worked with him, several other people in the film industry also expressed their condolences.
“Never get tired of watching Sir Basu Chatterjee’s movies over and over again. As a teenage film lover, this love will last forever… a creator and an inspiration! Rest in peace, #Sir Basuchatterjee,” tweeted (Yami Gautam).
Riteish Deshmukh said: “No film is better than your Basu Da, thank you for enriching our lives. RIP#BasuChatterjee”
Manoj Bajpayee shared, “A storyteller has passed away today! I learned the meaning of simple storytelling in nuance! Thank you Basu Da for all the wonderful stories! Sabbath chief! #BasuChatterjee”
Producer Bonney Kapoor wrote: “Sad condolences to the death of Basu Chatterjee. He left the unique legacy of the film, telling simple daily character stories, full of humor and emotion. RIPBasuChatterjee”
Producer Nikhil Dwivedi tweeted: “Thank you #BASUCHATTERJEE. Your movie is special. Because it is very simple. Only you can tell us about the performance of “big” and “simple” cinemas. At these times, we live We must advertise and display our films in all aspects, and we have made new discoveries in the process of teaching us to be simple.