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Ad-film films, doyen's theater and actor Alyque Padamsee go away in 90

Without: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |

Last updated: November 17, 2018 12:46:20 pm

Alyque Padamsee marw English theater personality, Alyque Padamsee, had died on Saturday morning.

The film and actor Alyque Padamsee actor died on Saturday in Mumbai. He was 90. As a film actor, he was well-known for his role in the Richard Attenborough film, Gandhi, where Muhammad Ali Jinnah played. Padamsee did not keep well for some time now.

Following the news of his death, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, "Tired of the decline of Shri Alyque Padamsee. A great communicator, his extensive work in advertising, will always be remembered. Contribution to theater is also notable. My thoughts with family and friends are in this sad hour: PM @nerendramodi "


Ramnath Kovind's President took Twitter and wrote, "We sorry to hear about passing Alyque Padamsee, creative guru, theater personality and doyen of industry ad. My family and friends are sorry to #PresidentKovind colleagues. "

The Indian theater personality and filmmaker ad, Padamsee, are known as a modern Indian advertising Father. He established one of the best advertising agencies in the country, Lintas. He gave some iconic moments to advertise Indian as a Liril girl in the waterfall, Hamara Bajaj, the Kamasutra couple and many others. He was awarded the Padmashri Award in 2000 and also received Sangeet Natak Akademi Tagore Ratna in 2012.

Many Bollywood celebrities including Arshad Warsi, Iranian Boman, Nimrat Kaur and Kasbekar's Odius among others have also tweeted and expressed their grief on the death of the personality of the theater.

The guru ad, in an earlier interview with Indian Express, said: "I like theater to reach and reach the audience in the heart and the head. Just like advertising. You scratch them so that their hearts and thoughts are related to you. "

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