Amitabh Bachchan has expressed deep grief over the demise of his special friend and film director Rakesh Kumar. Big B has remembered Rakesh Kumar by writing an emotional blog. Amitabh Bachchan has told in his blog that he has not attended Rakesh Kumar’s funeral and has also disclosed the reason for it.
Big B remembers Rakesh Kumar
Being emotional, Amitabh Bachchan wrote in his blog, ‘Another sad day. Another companion left us, especially me. Rakesh Mehra’s first assistant director in ‘Zanjeer’, then independent director for other films of PM (Prakash Mehra, whom we jokingly called PM of the country), alone ‘Hera Pheri’, ‘Khoon Sweat’, ‘Mr. . Made films like ‘Natwarlal’, ‘Yarana’. On and off the sets used to attend other social events and Holi with great camaraderie.’
One by one all gone
Amitabh Bachchan further wrote in the blog, ‘Everyone is gone one after the other but some people like Rakesh Kumar leave their mark, which is difficult to erase or forget. His understanding of screen play and direction, his writing and his instant execution, his fun on location during ‘Nattu’ and ‘Yaarana’. He had full faith in his ability and used to give us a break from shooting on odd days so that we could take rest. can move around and be with them happily.’
Why Big B will not attend Rakesh’s funeral
Amitabh Bachchan further writes in his blog, ‘A very friendly and happy person, who was always there to support the artists working with him in any kind of trouble.’ In the blog, Big B, disclosing the reason for not attending Rakesh’s funeral, wrote that ‘No, I will hesitate to go to his funeral, because I will not be able to see Rakesh like this. You made many people like us special with your story idea and film. You will always be missed Rakesh.
Let us inform that director Rakesh Kumar died on 10 November in Mumbai. Rakesh Kumar, 81, was suffering from cancer for a long time. Rakesh’s prayer meeting has been held in Mumbai on Sunday, November 13.