Bollywood’s famous actor-director Neeraj Vora passed away at the age of 54, who was suffering from an illness for a long time. Neeraj was reportedly in the coma from last thirteen months after suffering from massive heart-attack and brain stroke.
On 14th December 2017 at 4 am, he reportedly breathed his last at Criti Care Hospital in Andheri, Mumbai. Many Bollywood friends and celebrities including Paresh Rawal, Ashoke Pandit sent their condolences on social media.
Neeraj Vora acted in various movies such as ‘Mann’, ‘Khatta Meetha’, ‘Bol Bachchan’, ‘Rangeela’ and his directorial ventures includes films like ‘Phir Hera Pheri’, ‘Khiladi 420’. He was all set to begin the third series of ‘Hera Pheri’ but unfortunately, he can’t make it.
Neeraj started his career as a writer in Gujarati plays and ‘Holi’ was his first film as an actor. Neeraj also appeared in Shah Rukh Khan-starrer TV show, Circus. Neeraj made a mark in Bollywood with his work.
Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit peeped, “Writer, Director, Actor, Producer Neeraj Vora was on the ventilator from last 4 days & expired due to multi-organ failure. The Cremation will be held today at 3 pm today at the Santa Cruz west. Cremation Ground.” Neeraj’s wife died a few years ago, he has no children.