Monday, April 27, 2009
| 11:10:25 AM IST (+05:30 GMT)
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Bangalore, April 27 (IANS) Bollywood's flamboyant actor-producer-director Feroz Khan, known for blockbusters like 'Qurbani' and 'Dharmatma', passed away at his farmhouse here after a prolonged battle with cancer. He was 69.
Sanjay told media that the funeral procession would be taken out from his brother's farmhouse to the Johnson Market Graveyard in the evening.
Feroz Khan, who was last seen in the 2007 comedy 'Welcome', had divorced his wife Sundari 24 years ago.
The filmmaker, who was known to have led a quiet and simple life in Bangalore, had been battling cancer for the past one year and was under treatment in a Mumbai hospital. Family sources said his death was not 'unexpected' as his health had been falling steeply.
The actor, who was born in Bangalore on Sep 25, 1939, died at his farmhouse on Tumkur Road here.
The actor did his schooling in Bangalore after which he went to Mumbai to pursue a career in Bollywood.
He acted in popular films like 'Arzoo', 'Aurat' and 'Safar' as well as played important roles in his own directorial ventures 'Qurbani' and 'Dharmatma'. He won a Filmfare award for best supporting role in 'Aadmi Aur Insaan' in 1970 and was honoured with the lifetime achievement award in 2000.
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