Sawan Kumar Tak, who directed films like Saajan Bina Suhagan (1978), Souten Ki Beti (1989), Sanam Bewafa (1991), and Bewaffa Se Waffa (1992) and the most successful film Souten (1983), died on Thursday. to the duration of the disease.
His actors remember him as giving his name to late actor Sanjeev Kumar, directing Meena Kumari’s last film, writing songs for songs like Chand Sitare in Kaho Naa.. Pyaar Hai, and directing hits.
Padmini Kohlapure, who first worked with him in Saajan Bina Suhagan as a child, and later Souten, remembers everyone. “I remember a lot about working with him. Such an important role in Saajan…During that time I clearly remember his direction. Then we got along very well. I called him Sawan Uncle since I was a kid then. When we next do my film Sautan with her, I am doing a film as a lady the principal. ‘Beware,’ said he, ‘if you call me uncle!’ His songs, all with the word Sawan. Then I started calling him Sawan Ji,” he shares.
Sauten proved a big hit. Kohlapure says Tak has always been very kind to her and treated her like family. “He was very good to me, and he worked really well as a director, an actor. Now it hit me, we have also made a movie called Preeti. Even the star me and Rajiv Kapoor, whose birthday is also August 25, and Sawan ji passed on that day. An unfortunate life. Finally, he met her…