Sharukh Mirza, acclaimed film maker and father of budding actor Rehan Khan (Jaana-Let's Fall In Love, Awarapan) is no more. He was 60.
He passed away yesterday night after a suffering a fatal heart attack.
"He was hale and hearty till a day back but it seems God wanted him more than his. Please pray for him", said Rehan Khan while trying hard to regain his composure after the tragedy.
Sharukh Mirza shot to fame when he wrote Amitabh Bachchan starrer 'Kasme Vaade'. Later, he was also behind numerous projects like 'Misaal', 'Sitamgar', 'Raama O Raama', 'Mashooq', 'Yaara Dildaara', 'Salaami', 'Sanjay', 'Ek Tha Dil Ek Thi Dhadkan' and most recently Rehan's launch pad 'Jaana-Let's Fall In Love'.
Before his sudden demise, he was also planning a biggie with Rehan and was looking at Amitabh Bachchan to play the central protagonist.