Filmmaker Tulsi Ramsay Passed Away
Tulsi Ramsay, known for directing cult horror films like Veerana, Purani Haveli and Bandh Darwaza, passed away Friday He was 77 The filmmaker died in a city hospital in Mumbai
Tulsi Ramsay, known for directing cult horror films like Veerana, Purani Haveli and Bandh Darwaza, passed away Friday. He was 77. The filmmaker died in a city hospital in Mumbai.
Ramsay had been complaining of chest pain and was rushed to hospital on Thursday. He passed away yesterday after he was brought back home. He was 77-years-old.
For the longest time in Indian cinema, the Ramsay Brothers ruled the horror genre by making low budget cult movies, which were widely popular for a unique mix of horror and erotica.
Tulsi Ramsay was the son of F U Ramsay and was one of the seven brothers. Tulsi Ramsay was one of the famous Seven Ramsay Brothers. The other Six are Kumar Ramsay, Shyam Ramsay, Keshu Ramsay, Arjun Ramsay, Gangu Ramsay, and Kiran Ramsay.
He also directed films like Do Gaz Zameen Ke Niche, Hotel, Purana Mandir, and the popular '90s TV series, Zee Horror Show.
The memories of most of the episodes of this TV series are still afresh in the hearts of horror enthusiasts in India. He ran a production company, Tulsi Ramsay Production located at Andheri in Mumbai.
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