Dhoom director Sanjay Gadhvi passes away: Abhishek Bachchan, Bipasha Basu and extra pay tribute

Filmmaker Sanjay Gadhvi, identified for steering the favored Dhoom collection, handed away at his Mumbai residence on Sunday. His daughter, Sanjina Gadhvi, confirmed the information. Gadhvi, who was 56 and nearing his 57th birthday, was famend for his work on movies like Dhoom (2004) and its sequel Dhoom 2 (2006).

Sanjay Gadhvi

Abhishek Bachchan, who starred in all three Dhoom films, expressed his sorrow in a heartfelt tribute with a photograph taken in the course of the filming of Dhoom 2 in South Africa. Bipasha Basu, who was a part of Dhoom 2, additionally paid her respects on Instagram tales, remembering Gadhvi as she bid farewell.

John Abraham, recalling his time working with Gadhvi in Dhoom, paid homage on X (previously Twitter). Composer Pritam, deeply affected by Gadhvi’s passing, expressed grief and appreciation for the mentor who found and believed in him. Celina Jaitly, in her condolences on X, remembered her final interplay with Gadhvi, cherishing his constructive affect on her life.

Sanjay Gadhvi

YRF posted a tribute on X, acknowledging Gadhvi’s cinematic contributions and the enduring impression of his work, notably in creating magic on display screen.

Gadhvi’s directorial journey started with the 2001 movie Tere Liye, adopted by a number of movies underneath the Yash Raj Movies banner, together with Dhoom and Dhoom 2. His repertoire consists of Kidnap (2008), Ajab Gazabb Love (2012) starring Arjun Rampal, and Operation Parindey (2020) that includes Amit Sadh and Rahul Dev.


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