- Saroj Khan died at the age of 71 on Friday
- Read the tagline “Teens of A, B, C to One, Two, Dance”
- Taba Ho Gaye is Saroj Khan’s last choreographed song.
What could possibly be a better way to pay tribute to artists than to accept their body of work? A day later Saroj Khan’s death Amul paid tribute to the late choreographer in his quintessential, butterly post. A post was shared on the brand’s official Instagram handle on Saturday, highlighting some of Saroj Khan’s best work. The post featured a caricature of the late choreographer, dressed in Salwar-kurta. “A, B, C to Two one two, Teen Nritya Ki, “read the tagline on the post, referring to the iconic song One two teens From the 1988 film AcidIn which Saroj Khan choreographed Madhuri Dixit.
The caption on the post read, “Amul Topical: A tribute to the mother of dance / choreography in India.” Watch Amul’s tribute here:
Saroj Khan, Who was earlier admitted to a hospital in Mumbai last month for breathing problem, died on Friday following a cardiac arrest. She was 71 years old. Saroj Khan was cremated on Friday morning. Saroj Khan’s last choreographed song remains Was devastated From Kalank, In which Madhuri was Dixit.
Saroj KhanWinner of three National Awards, some of Bollywood’s most iconic dance hits were choreographed. Ms. Khan choreographed evergreen tracks like Hawa hawaii, one or two teenagers among many others. He received the National Award for This is loveFrom When we met, swinging on From Devdas And all songs in Tamil film Sringaram.