Cinematographer Bobby Singh, who has worked in movies like ‘Gangster’, ‘Life in a Metro’ and ‘The Dirty Picture’, passed away on Tuesday following an asthma attack in Goa. He was 38.
He and his family were in Goa on a vacation.
Actor Sanjay Suri, who was with Bobby Singh, during the time of death, confirmed the news.
“I was with Bobby on that day but I was not with him in the last 20 minutes when all this happened. Suddenly, asthmatic attack triggered and there were rashes on his face," Sanjay told IANS on Wednesday.
"Bobby passed away while on the way to meet doctors," Sanjay added.
The actor said that Bobby Singh had come to Goa along with his family to celebrate Christmas.
“He arrived with his family on December 24th night. Now his body is still in Goa hospital and will be taken to Ahmedabad where his parents stay," said Sanjay Suri.
Bobby Singh, who is one of Bollywood’s youngest cinematographers, also worked in movies like ‘Who Lamhe’, ‘Kidnap’, ‘No Problem’ and ‘Jannat 2’. He was currently working on Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher starrer ‘Special Chabbis’.
He is survived by his wife Radhika and five-year-old son Sumer.