Bollywood Casting director Seher Aly Latif died on Monday due to cardiac arrest, his partner and director Neeraj Udhwani said. He was 40 years old and was known for his work in films like “The Lunchbox” and “Durgamati”. He also had the backing of the Netflix series “Bhaag Beanie Bhaag” and “Mask,” starring Swara Bhasker, a streaming service starring Manisha Koirala. “There was an infection that caused kidney failure. He was admitted last weekend. He was on antibiotics and was recovering. But today he had a cardiac arrest and all of a sudden it’s over,” the filmmaker told PTI.
Bollywood celebrities such as Nirat Kaur, Rajkummar Rao, Swara Bhasker, Manvi Garoo and other social networks went to mourn the Sudden Disappearance. Nimrat wrote: “One of the most kind and lovable people in Mumbai gave me my life as a gift. Still trying to process this unreal news … Travel to the light of my sweet and beloved Seherri. Unexpected, life remains incredibly short. Amazing … Other waiting to meet you on the side “.
Swara Bhasker shared a video with Seher and wrote a tweet: “Seher, I teased you. I don’t know how much I like to say it – for your warmth, to cheer, for your gentle kindness, for your kindness fighters, for your fun, for your beliefs, for me for doing it, for helping me out of a dark place unintentionally. I was joking with you because I didn’t know how else to express my love and affection. You brought good spirits to your work and me. I’d rather you called for the sessions we planned. Write calls instead of messages. “
He added: “I wish I had met Seher last month. I wish I could name him ‘Seth ji.’ SeherAlyLatif Not yet, not yet “.
Swara Bhasker also shared a couple of photos of the casting director and said, “There are no words. Seher Latif is no more. It’s cruel. He’s so young, so much to give. He can’t even be ripped off. We only talked about two teasing a few weeks ago. I laughed and couldn’t laugh. I can’t imagine that we won’t see his wide smile. I can’t understand that. No, no. “
Huma Qureshi wrote, “I cannot believe you are gone,” while Rajkummar Raok said, “Quiet in Peace.” Angad Bedik shared: “To the abode of heaven … Seher travels well … Waheguru”
Latif was known for his extensive work as a casting director on projects such as the mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan’s “The Man Who Knew Infinity,” starring Dev Patel; “Viceroy’s House” from the time of filmmaker Gurinder Chadha and Bhumi Pednekar’s feature film “Durgamati”.
Kathryn Bigelow’s international “Zero Dark Thirty,” Julia Roberts ’“ Eat Pray Love, ”Netflix’s“ Sense8 ”series, Showtime spying was the Indian Casting association of famous international projects like the fourth season of the“ Homeland ”thriller. BBC One / AMC series, “McMafia”.