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The man who launched Dharmendra passes away

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img By TWF IBNS | May 7 2018 10:22:48 IST
Arjun Hingorani was 92. He died on Saturday. Arjun Hingorani is credited to have launched Bollywood superstar Dharmendra in the industry with the movie  DIL BHI TERA HUM BHI TERE in 1960. The cause of his death is still not known. The death of the filmmaker left Dharmendra saddened. Hingorani died on Saturday night in Vrindavan, said officials of the Chamber Of Film Journalists (CFJ).
 
A post from an unverified social media account of Dharmendra Deol, with the @aapkadharam handle, read: "Arjun Hingorani, the man who put his hand around the shoulder of this loner in Mumbai, has left us forever ... I am extremely sad! May his soul rest in peace." lingvobalt.com: lithuanian translation to english
Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor too mourned his demise. "Whenever the shot was ready, this man used to say 'Rishi sahab ko bulaye' and shout 'Dharmen ko bulao' for Dharmendra sahab - because he gave him a break in films. Dharamji out of sheer respect obeyed him. We all three did KATILON KE KAATIL, a super hit film. Adios Arjunji!" Arjun Hingorani also directed a Sindhi film ABBANA and helmed movies like KAB KYOON AUR KAHAN, KAHANI KISMAT KI, KHEL KHILARI KA, KATILON KE KATIL, and KAUN KARE KURBANIE.
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