Gone Too Soon: Internet Mourns Sudden Death Of Bhaag Beanie Bhaag Producer Seher Latif

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Seher Latif death: The death of the Bollywood casting director and producer, known for films like Shakuntala Devi, Lunchbox and Maska, due to COVID-19 on June 7 shocked many. Actors to co-artists, many of her acquaintances took to Twitter to express their grief over the unfortunate and sudden death of Latif.

Latif has also chronicled her name in Hollywood with her creditable works which include Julia Roberts-starrer Eat Pray Love, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, and Zero Dark Thirty.

After a prolonged search for blood plasma donor and the fight against the COVID-19 virus which has already claimed over 3 lakh lives from India alone, Latif succumbed to the virus on Monday. She was admitted to the Lilavati hospital. Prior to her death, prominent figures like Ankur Tewari took to their official Twitter accounts to find the necessary resources.

Twitter Reacts To Seher Latif Death:

Actors and prominent figures like Shashank Arora who recently appeared in the Netflix Original Series Bombay Begums, Netflix writer and director Sooni Taraporevala, actor Sophie Choudry, director Sulagna Chatterjee, actor Dipannita Sharma and actor Richa Chadha reacted to the news with grief and regret, all of them claiming, “a brave soul, gone too soon.”

The Fukrey actor, in an Instagram post, wrote “Seher, May you be surrounded by flowers, books and the love of everyone in you cared for… wherever you are. Will remember our dinners and chats, your love for art and artists… May you have daily licks and cuddles from our friends in pet heaven.”

She added, “Am just gutted. God have mercy on the family that has to endure this loss. God have mercy. Don’t have the strength to write ‘RIP’ under another friend’s photo.”

Shashank Arora, in a tweet, wrote, “Seher Latif. A kind, brilliant, empathetic artist, casting director, producer, human being. A rare friend. The First person to give me a job during my difficult first years in Bombay. An inspiring leader. Unable to process this. World cinema lost a great one. See you on the other side.”

Sophie Choudry wrote, “A force to be reckoned with in the world of casting, started producing and more than anything just a wonderful woman. Heaven is lucky to have you, Seher.”