Pamela Chopra, the wife of Yash Chopra and mother of filmmaker-producer Aditya Chopra, passed suddenly on Thursday, April 20. Actor Salman Khan reportedly opted to cancel the special screening of his eagerly anticipated movie, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, in light of Pamela’s passing. The screening was scheduled to take place in Mumbai on Thursday night, but it has now been postponed, according to the reports.
Salman Khan Cancels Screening Of Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan
Salman Khan, an actor, has cancelled the special screening of his next movie, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, in light of the untimely loss of Pamela Chopra. According to the ETimes article, the movie is expected to be released in theatres on April 21. At YRF Studios, the screening was scheduled for Thursday night.
Salman Khan, it should be noted, gets along well with the Chopras. Additionally, he has appeared in a number of Yash Raj films, such as Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai. He most recently appeared in Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan, produced by YRF. Along with Katrina Kaif, Tiger 3 from Yash Raj Films is another project he is working on.
According to a source familiar with the situation, the screening was scheduled to take place tonight in YRF Studios, and numerous members of the industry were anticipated to attend. The superstar made the decision to cancel the premiere as soon as she learned of Pamela ji’s passing. He has, after all, had a lengthy relationship with the Chopra family. YRF is another supporter of his next movie Tiger 3.
Pamela Chopra passed away on April 20 in Mumbai at the age of 74. The family issued a statement confirming the news of her death and conducted her last rites at 11 pm on Thursday.
Pamela Chopra, 74, passed away this morning, the Chopra family announced in a statement, “With broken hearts. Today at 11 a.m., her cremation took place in Mumbai. The family would like to ask for privacy during this time of profound loss and introspection, and we are grateful for your prayers.
Pamela Chopra was hospitalised for 15 days for Pneumonia. She passed away today. She was on a ventilator in Lilavati Hospital for 15 days. She had pneumonia.”