Sanjay Chauhan, writer of Paan Singh Tomar, passed away: He was suffering from liver disease, started his career as a journalist in Bhopal.

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Sanjay Chauhan, writer of Irrfan Khan’s award winning film Paan Singh Tomar, has passed away. He was 62 years old and was suffering from liver disease. He was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai due to ill health, but on January 12, he left the world forever.

He will be cremated on January 13 at 12.30 pm at the Oshiwara cremation ground. Apart from Paan Singh Tomar, he has also written films like Saheb Biwi Gangster, Maine Gandhi Ko Nahi Mara, Dhoop and I Am Kalam.

Started career as a journalist
Sanjay Chauhan was a resident of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Educated at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Sanjay started his career as a journalist. He did journalism in Delhi in the early days. After that in 1990, he got a chance to write the crime series Bhanwar. After that he came to Mumbai and did not look back again. He continuously wrote many serials and films.

Sanjay’s departure is a big loss for Hindi cinema.
Sanjay Chauhan, who created many magical stories and dialogues on the screen of cinema with his outspoken and artistic writing, is a big loss to the Hindi cinema world. He is survived by his wife Sarita and daughter Sara.

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