Dharam Dev Anand better known as Dev Anand, Dev saab was reportedly in London for a medical check up at the time of his death. He died Sunday after suffering a massive cardiac arrest. As soon as the news spread, a grief-stricken Bollywood offered condolences and recalled his significant contribution to cinema. He is Bollywood’s evergreen romantic star and fashion icon. Dev Anand’s films are well known for their hit songs.
Dev Anand had a supreme self-confidence and energy that drove his many acting, producing and directing projects, believing he had a unique creativity and vision to share. Stars from Amitabh Bachchan and Anupam Kher to Shabana Azmi and Shah Rukh Khan mourned Anand’s passing on the micro-blogging site Twitter. Condolences poured in from all corners of the Indian film industry, with most of them remembering his positive attitude towards life.
He died at around 10:00 PM (GMT) on 3 December 2011 in London (3:30 AM IST on 4 December 2011 in India). According News source, When Anand’s son Sunil came out of the bathroom Dev saab was not responding. He called the doctor, who said that he had a heart attack.
In the sixties, Dev Anand acquired a romantic image with films like Manzil and Tere Ghar Ke Samne, ‘Guide’, ‘Jewel Thief’ and more… He was 88 when died Sunday after suffering a massive cardiac arrest.
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