On Satish Kaushik’s birth anniversary, a tribute from best friend Anupam Kher. It’s okay to cry

On Satish Kaushik

Satish Kaushik has shared this photo. (Etiquette: satishkaushik2178,

Mumbai (Maharashtra):

On the occasion of veteran actor Satish Kaushik’s 68th birth anniversary, Anupam Kher has written an emotional note on Instagram remembering his best friend. “Happy birthday my dear #Satish! May God bless you wherever you are. You are always around for me. In pictures, in food, in conversation, when I’m alone, when I’m with people. Your memory is contagious, your cribbing, our gossip sessions and your Incredible sense of humor will always love you #SatishKaushik #Birthday #Friend.

Anupam Kher also posted a video showing his unforgettable moments with Satish Kaushik. Recently during the promotion of his film Paper 2, Anupam Kher made Satish Kaushik part of the program by keeping a chair for him in his memory. Speaking to ANI, the Kashmir Files actor said, “This was his (Satish Kaushik’s) passion project. He was working on this project for 2 years. It is based on true events. He was very passionate about the subject…”

Satish Kaushik passed away at the age of 66 on March 9, 2023 due to a heart attack. He remained a fixture in Hindi cinema for four decades after making his debut in 1983 with several films including Anil Kapoor’s Woh 7 Din and Shekhar Kapoor’s Masoom.

He appeared in several films in the 80s and 90s, including classics such as Ram Lakhan and Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja. However, the 1987 classic Mr. India established Satish Kaushik as a household celebrity.

He wrote the screenplay for the cult classic Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro and directed popular films like Queen of Beauty King of Heaven, we live in your heart And your namehe will be seen posthumously in the Kangana Ranaut-directed film Emergency.

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