‘Ludo’ and ‘Jagga Jasoos’ film editor Ajay Sharma dies from Corona
Coronavirus ( Corona Virus in the second wave of) people are constantly washing their hands with their lives. The coronavirus is also impacting the film industry badly. It is now reported that the famous film editor Ajay Sharma ( Ajay Sharma ) has died due to COVID-19. Ajay Sharma breathed his last in Delhi on Tuesday night. Ajay had been battling Corona for the past several days.
Before his death, filmmaker Ashok Pandit also pleaded on social media 10 days ago for Ajay for oxygen and beds in Delhi. Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar, saddened by Ajay’s death, wrote on Twitter, ‘Being devastated is a small word, we lost Ajay Sharma today. He was not only a great editor but also a very good person. There is no point. ‘
How big editor Ajay Sharma was for Bollywood can be gauged from the fact that he has ‘Ludo’, ‘Jagga Jasoos’, ‘Pyaar Ka Panchnama’, ‘Caravan’, ‘Indu Ki Jawani’, ‘High Jack’, Edited films like ‘Crook’ and famous films like ‘Bandish Bandits’. Apart from this, he also worked as an assistant editor in films like ‘Barfi’, ‘Yeh Jawani Hai Diwani, ‘Agneepath’, ‘Kay Po Chhe’, ‘Life in a Metro’, ‘The Dirty Pictures’. Now Ajay was editing the film ‘Rashmi Rocket’ in which Tapsee Pannu is going to be seen in the lead role.