Veteran writer and director Sachin Bhowmick died on Tuesday in Mumbai, India. The writer for a long time was dealing with age problems. Bhowmick was known for his screenplays had written stories for more than 70 films in Bollywood.
Sachin officially started his career in Bollywood, by writing for Mohan Sehgal’s movie, ‘Lajwanti’ in the year 1958, which also had the legendary actress Nargis. Bhowmick loved writing screenplays and stories and has been involved in the industry’s most prestigious projects.
The writer has written stories for the movies of the olden era like Love In Tokyo, ‘Aradhana’, ‘Golmaal’, ‘Karma’, ‘Do Aur Do Paanch’, ‘Brahmachari’ and An Evening in Paris. Moreover, Bhowmick has also writen many of the new generation movies like ‘Taal’, ‘Yeh Dillagi’, ‘Karan Arjun’, ‘ Koyla’, ‘Main Khiladi Tu Anadi’, ‘Koi Mil Gaya’, ‘Kisna’ and ‘Krrish’.
Bhowmick in his career, had just once donned the cap of the director with the movie ‘Raja Rani’, which had actor Rajesh Khanna and actress Sharmila Tagore in the year 1973.
As far a his personal life was concerned, Bhowmick had married actress Kalpana, who was seen opposite Shammi Kapoor in the movie ‘Professor’, but had later divorced her. Bhowmick will always be remembered for his evergreen stories he wrote for the industry