Gujarati film director, writer, actor, and composer Neeraj Vora (22 January 1963 – 14 December 2017) was known for his work in Bollywood. He made a name for himself in Bollywood as a writer for Ram Gopal Verma’s film Rangeela (1995). He directed his debut, Akshay Kumar (Actor) Khiladi 420 in 2000, as well as Phir Hera Pheri (2006).
Some of his popular Bollywood comedy films include the Hera Pheri franchise, Garam Masala (2005), Bhagam Bhag (2006), Golmaal: fun unlimited (2006), Bhool Bhulaiya (2007), for which he wrote the screenplay and dialogues. His notable work as an actor includes Mann (1999), Hello Brother (1999), Khatta Meetha (2010), and Bol Bachchan (2012).
Vora was born in 1963 in Bhuj, Gujarat to a Gujarati family. He grew up in Santacruz, a suburb of Mumbai, Maharashtra; however, he was born in Delhi. His father, Pandit Vinayak Rai Nanalal Vora, was a classical musician and a proponent of Tar-Shehnai. He popularized the Tar-Shehnai as a solo instrument for classical music.
|Date of Birth||22 January 1963|
|Date of Died||14 December 2017|
CritiCare Asia Multispeciality Hospital, Mumbai
|Birth Place||Bhuj, Gujarat, India|
|Parents||Premila Vora (mother)|
Vinayak Vora (father)
|Occupation||Film director, writer, actor, film producer, composer|
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Neeraj Vora was born on 22 January 1963.
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Neeraj Vora’s place of birth is Bhuj, Gujarat, India.
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Some of Neeraj Vora’s most famous movies include ”Mann (1999)”, ”Welcome Back (2015)”, ”Jung (2000) ” etc.