Kolkata: He entered the acting world by the hand of this director. Since her career started from Bengal, Bollywood actress Vidya Balan has always looked at Bengal from a different perspective. After the death of the director of the first film, he left all the work and rushed to the city in the evening. To pay his last respects to the late director Gautam Haldar.
Director Gautam Halder passed away this morning. Vidya entered the industry with the film ‘Bhal Theko’ by his hand. After that, the actress did not look back. However, Calcutta never forgot the first class director. Today, the actress came to Kolkata and went to the director’s house. Pay your last respects to your loved ones.
Today Vidya said while facing the media, ‘I came to Kolkata during Durga Puja to inaugurate the Puja of Shribhoomi. Then I did not think that I would come to Kolkata for this reason. Was in touch with Gautama on phone. He also talked to me about his next film. He said, he will come to Mumbai to listen to the script. I invited Everything was left. May his soul rest in peace.’
According to family sources, he was feeling sick on Friday morning. Considering the seriousness of the situation, arrangements were made to take the director to the hospital. But there was no last defense. He died of a heart attack on the way to the hospital. This time when Vidya came to perform the Puja on Durga Puja, she met Gautam Halder. Late Director Resident of Salt Lake HB Block. Then he met Vidya. However, no one understood that it was the last time.
Many Tollywood crews also visited the late director’s house today. Chaiti Ghoshal also worked with Gautam Halder. He was also present to pay his last respects to the director. This morning, after hearing the news of the director’s demise, Chaiti took to social media and wrote, ‘Neelkant bird feather on your head..be well.’ Also, he told ABP in an interview, ‘Nandini’s journey in the last 15 years and so many shows with Gautama, the way Gautama has produced and refined, edited and taken to a place, presented like today’s Raktkarbi, if Nandini is today, life is drama. with He also took pictures. I also did Gautama’s last directorial film Nirvana with Rakhi Gulzar. He also said, I am Nandini to Gautama. And this is what Gautama has provided the courage to do for so many years.’
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