Shekhar Kapoor On Satish Kaushik: Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur on Friday penned an emotional note on his Instagram handle for actor-filmmaker Satish Kaushik, who passed away on Wednesday. Shekhar Kapur posted a picture of Kaushik on his Instagram handle and wrote a long emotional note.
He wrote, “There is flood in Mumbai. I barely reached the airport to catch my flight. When I was not standing in the queue to check in, a young man came to me. Was completely wet. I had seen him before. He always stood outside my office with a smile on his face along with others. I used to give him a smile back.
He further wrote, “I came here because I knew that you will not be surrounded by others. My area was flooded and I had to swim to reach here.. I want to be your assistant director. how can i not speak This is how our journey started. From third assistant director to chief assistant to associate director.”
Shekhar wrote, “Satish has become a part of my family. lived with me Like a brother.. acted in my films.. and then as he became a director in his own right.. Satish went out into the world to explore new horizons. , Love never went away.. always intended to come back together. I am still accepting Satish’s passing.. there is one last thing about his passing, I am not ready to accept it.. because our story was incomplete.. it is still incomplete. Because a love story doesn’t end, it transforms, it teaches, it explores, it breaks your heart, but you are. Because love is..”
Please tell that Shekhar Kapur worked with Satish Kaushik in two films – Mr. India and Masoom. Satish Kaushik died at the age of 66 in Delhi due to cardiac arrest. His family, friends and Bollywood celebrities attended the last rites held in Mumbai on Thursday.
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