National Award-winning editor Vaman Bhonsle passed away, took his last breath at the age of 89.

National Award-winning editor Vaman Bhonsle passed away, took his last breath at the age of 89.

National award-winning editor Vaman Bhonsle has passed away. Vaman Bhonsle breathed his last in Mumbai at the age of 89. Vaman Bhosle has been a well-known editor in the film industry. It also received the National Award for Best Editing in 1978. Filmmaker / director Subhash Ghai has reported on Vaman’s death.

Subhash Ghai has made a tweet through his official Twitter account. In this tweet, Subhash prayed for the peace of the soul of Vamana Bhonsle, he wrote: ‘May the soul of Vamana Bhonsle Sir rest in peace. In my first film, ‘Kalicharan’, I was the genius editor, who later was the editing teacher of all my films up to ‘Khalnayak’ and inspired me to edit films like ‘Taal’. A great teacher. ‘

In another tweet, Subhash Ghai wrote: ‘God bless your soul, Vamana Bhonsle. A master editor who edited over 400 films from 1970 to 1990. And trained over 25 editors. He worked as Vaman Guru with Guru Shirali. It has won several commercial and national awards. ‘

Vaman Bhonsle was born in Goa. There he did his initial education. After which he moved to Mumbai in 1952. After coming to Mumbai, he trained to edit at Bombay Talkies under the supervision of editor DN Pai and then worked as an assistant editor at Filmistan Studio for 12 years. His first major project was the 1967 film ‘Do Rasta’, directed by Raj Khosla. After this, he worked with various directors on a continuous basis. Films edited by Vaman Bhonsle include ‘Mera Gaon Mera Desh’, ‘Do Rasta’, ‘Inkaar’, ‘Dostana’, ‘Ghulam’, ‘Agneepath’, ‘Hero’, ‘Kalicharan’, ‘Ram Lakhan’ and ‘Merchants ‘ are included.

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