Nishikant Kamat, a Bollywood director and actor, has died. He was 50.
In an announcement to Indian Specific, the AIG Hospital of Hyderabad, India, instructed the outlet that the filmmaker died on Monday after being admitted to the hospital on July 31 with “complaints of fever and extreme fatigue.”
“It was recognized that he was affected by liver cirrhosis for the previous two years,” mentioned the hospital. “Initially, we began antibiotics and supportive medicines upon which Mr. Kamat confirmed enchancment, however his situation quickly deteriorated with progressive liver dysfunction and drowsiness.”
The hospital added that Kamat was “instantly shifted to the ICU,” the place his situation “steadily declined.”
“Since yesterday, he developed respiratory failure and hypotension. Regardless of most efforts from Hepatologists, Gastroenterologists, Pulmonologists and Intensivists, his situation deteriorated finally resulting in a number of organ failure,” learn the assertion. “In the present day, from afternoon onwards his very important parameters began declining, and at 1624 hrs he succumbed to his sickness. Our condolences are along with his household, mates and followers.”
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A spokesperson for AIG Hospitals didn’t instantly reply to PEOPLE’s request for remark.
Kamat started appearing in 2004’s Let the Wind Blow, and he made his directorial debut a yr later with Dombivli Quick. He was reportedly set to direct the upcoming movie titled The Courageous Journalist, which is in pre-production.
In line with Indian Specific, Dombivali Quick received the Nationwide Award for greatest function movie in Marathi. His first Bollywood film Mumbai Meri Jaan was launched in 2008. A few of his different movies embody Drishyam (2015), Rocky Good-looking (2016) and Properly Completed (2014).
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On Twitter, actor John Abraham shared throwback pictures smiling alongside the director, writing, “Won’t recover from this …. Relaxation In Peace #NishikantKamat.”
Actress Soha Ali Khan additionally mourned Kamat, writing on Instagram that she is “deeply shocked and saddened to listen to in regards to the premature demise of” the filmmaker. She wrote: “I labored with him 12 years in the past in his first Hindi movie, Mumbai Meri Jaan, and it was an expertise I’ll all the time worth. My most heartfelt condolences to his household and family members. #nishikantkamat could he be at peace.”
Kamat’s 2016 movie Madaari starred Irrfan Khan, who died in April at age 53.
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