Producer of Akshay Kumar’s 1991 shelved film is dying of Kidney failure.
It’s an acknowledged fact that Akshay Kumar made his full fledged Bollywood debut with Saugandh in the entire year 1992. But before Deedar and Saugandh, it was a 1991 shelved film Dwarpaal, that was said to be his launchpad actually. The producer Ravi Shrivastava was the first ever to sign and launch Akshay Kumar in the film Dwarpaal. The film received shelved for unfamiliar reasons, while Akshay Kumar shifted to Saugandh and Deedar, it was manufacturer Ravi Shrivastava who endured the most when the film was shelved as he previously spent all his life’s bundle of money in the film. He couldn’t do much from then on. Of today as, he is moving into a rented apartment in Oshiwara with a few his friends. It really is found that both his kidneys are harmed and he’s moving into an utter condition of poverty. When approached by a respected website, he disclosed that there is the right time Akshay Kumar was his good friend plus they used to be seated mutually. But it has been years they may have talked and today when he previously called Akshay Kumar, the superstar didn’t pick his call. He also brought up that he previously even approached artistes union and IMPPA but he hasn’t received any response yet and his little princess who lives in Delhi has trim all ties with him.
Not that just, Ravi Shrivastava also used to create posters for videos. He was the main one who designed the posters of Aamir Khan’s Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, Ajay Devgn’s Phool Aur Kaante and Salman Khan’s Maine Pyar Kiya.
As stated by Ravi Shrivastava, Akshay Kumar is a good human being and the news may well not have reached him, in any other case he would’ve helped. Akshay Kumar, was active firing for his motion pictures actually, first was Jolly LLB 2, then he’s currently overall Rajinikanth’s 2.0 and then he’ll soon start Neeraj Pandey’s Split. Also read: Akshay Kumar has some special Diwali strategies for his family- do you know what
Let’s just trust Ravi Shrivastava provides the financial help for his treatment.