Pooja Bhatt pays moving tribute to Bikramjeet Kanwarpal: ‘Thank you for the camaraderie, love, respect and especially the memories’

Pooja Bhatt recalled actor Bikramjit Kanwarpal as the actor died due to coronavirus. On Sunday, Pooja Bhatt took to Instagram and met Bikramjit Kanwarpal for the first time and recalled how she was stunned to learn that an ex-army officer wanted to become an actor.

Calling Bikramjit Kanwarpal “the highest-grossing person”, Pooja wrote, “I met Major Bikramjit Kanwarpal at his office in Khar in 2002. He came without an appointment and it happened that I was feeding my fish in the garden It was when I turned around and closed my eyes with the highest-grossing man in a while. He introduced himself as an ex-army officer who now wants to become an actor. ‘Why?’ My immediate reaction was. ‘It is a chaotic world compared to the army.’ He looked at me with the most irritated, tender eyes ‘This is my dream’, he said. I melted. And spot him for my film PAAP without any audition. “

Pooja said that when she saw the news of Bikramjeet’s demise due to Kovid-19, she was stunned. “

At that time, the actor started reminiscing about Pape’s Spiti program and took out an album presented by Bikramjit as a mark of their shared memories.

“My mind went back to my schedule in Spiti and I stumbled into a big trunk and a gift he gave me at the end of the film — putting together a photo album of a painstaking journey … cherishing memories forever.” Today I flip through the album with gratitude and yet another reminder that life is priceless and too short. Thank you Major Bikramjit and thank you for the love, respect and especially memories. Till I do not become a memory in someone’s head and myself, I will hold onto them! (Sic) “Bhatt finished the post.

Soni Razdan commented on the post and wrote, “Yes it was a terrible shock. This album is actually very well remembered by Bikramjeet. A true officer gentleman and sweet sweet man. What a lovely thing. “

Bikramjit Kanwarpal passed away on Friday due to Kovid-19 complications at the age of 52. He made his acting debut in 2003 after retiring from the Indian Army. He starred in films such as Page 3, Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year, Arcion, Murder 2, 2 States and The Ghazi Attack.

On television, she played leading roles in shows like Diya Aur Baati Hum, Ye Hai Chaitin, Dil Hi To Hai and Anil Kapoor’s 24. He was last seen in Disney Plus Hotstar’s popular web series Special Ops.

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