'Murder' dialogue writer Subodh Chopra dies of post-COVID complications

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New Delhi: In a tragic crook of events, screenplay writer and movie manager Subodh Chopra died connected Friday (May 13) owed to post-COVID complications arsenic per a study by a starring daily.

The quality was confirmed by Chopra's younger member Shanky successful an interrogation with Times Of India wherever helium divulged that Subodh had recovered from COVID connected May 8, 2021, but his information started worsening this week connected Monday (May 10) aft which helium died connected Friday (May 14).

He told the Times of India, "He had tested antagonistic past week connected Saturday, but his information took a crook for the worse connected Monday (May 10). His oxygen levels abruptly dropped and I made arrangements for a cylinder astatine home. He was feeling precise exhausted and his humor unit had risen arsenic well.

Talking astir Chopra's decease connected Friday, helium revealed, "This morning, his information deteriorated further, and I admitted him to the Lifeline Hospital successful Malad. However, helium passed distant aft a cardiac arrest. These were each complications that came aft helium got COVID-free."

Subodh Chopra was a well-known screenplay and dialog writer successful the Bollywood industry.

He had started disconnected his vocation successful 1997 and wrote dialogues for 'Reporter', a critically acclaimed TV Series produced and directed by Vinod Pande and starring Shekhar Suman, Mona Ambegaonkar, and precocious histrion Raj Kiran.

He aboriginal went connected to constitute a publication for a docu-drama bid - Haqeeqat hosted by Mahesh Bhatt. The series, based connected real-life tribunal cases of quality rights violations, won respective TV awards.

Chopra bagged his large task aft that arsenic helium wrote dialogues for 'Murder' - 1 of the biggest hits of that year. He followed his occurrence with penning dialogues for 'Rog' featuring precocious histrion Irrfan Khan and 'Dobara' directed by Shashi Ranjan.