The talented, versatile actor and director have made India laugh through his comedy in movies died on Thursday. He was 54. He has made worked on the script of Hera Pheri and afterwards directed the sequel of Phir Hera Pheri in 2006. The film was broadly appreciated by the Indian audience and even if someone will watch the movie today, it can make them roll on the floor laughing.
Such was his ideaology for potraying entertainment to audience through humor. He was in coma for past one year after reportedly suffering a brainstroke in October 2016. Firoz Nadiawala was a good friend of Neeraj Vora. Firoz also made a in-house Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to take care of his collegue and ailing friend. He was best known for his writing skills in his early days. He also wrote for Ram Gopal Verma’s Rangeela and popular TV show Circus in which shahrukh khan acted.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Akshay Kumar mourned his demise on Twitter:
People all over India were waiting for the third part of the Hera Pheri franchise but it seems that God has planned something else after his demise. He was no less than an outsider in the industry as he made his own place in the entertainment industry with his hard work and dedication. Neeraj Vora also acted in films like Virasat, Mun, Satya, Mast, Pukar, Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman, Company and Bol Bachchan. Welcome Back was his last movie as an actor. The man will be always remembered for his great contribution to the Bollywood industry.