Veteran Bollywood producer Abdul Gaffar Nadiadwala (A G Nadiadwala) passed away in the early hours of August 22, according to a news report quoting his son Firoz Nadiadwala. He was 91 and was being treated at Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai where he suffered a cardiac arrest.
In a career spanning over 60 years Nadiadwala has produced films like Mahabharat (1965), Welcome (2007), Hera Pheri (2000), and Awara Paagal Deewana (2002), among many others.
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