About Abis Hasan Rizvi Full Wiki
Its a very shocking news for all the fans and close ones of Abis Hasan Rizvi who was an Indian businessman and film producer is now No More.
In the earlier life of Rizvi who was born in the Dr. Akhtar Hassan Rizvi family. He was a former member of the Rajya Sabha in Bandra, West Mumbai, Maharashtra.
His uncle is Sibte Hassan Rizvi of Khamoshi (1986) and Joshilay (1989) fame. He is also related to Anjum Rizvi, known for films such as Ahista Ahista (2006) and A Wednesday (2008).
He was married and had with his wife a son, the family lived in Mumbai. Rizvi was director of the Rizvi Group and CEO of his father’s Real estate company Rizvi Builders.
Abis Rizvi Personal Life and Details
Full Name : Abis Hasan Rizvi
Birth Place : Bandra, West Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Died : 1 January 2017 (aged 49) Istanbul, Turkey
Nationality : India
Occupation : Producer, writer, Businessman
Abis Rizvi (Filmography) Filmi Career
Abis Rizvi was a producer and co–writer of the Indian films as he was first seen in the movie Roar : Tigers of the Sundarbans (2014) and Bilingual Hindi-Punjabi Docu-Drama film He-Man (2016) and he worked last in a Drama film T for Taj Mahal.
He was the founder of Film Company ARF Films (Abis Rizvi Films), who was company behind T for Taj Mahal and He-Man.
Abis Rizvi Is No More – Abis Rizvi Death
It was the incident of New Year party on holiday in Istanbul, Turkey and Abis was with his friends. Rizvi was one of the victims of the terrorist attack in the nightclub Reina, Istanbul, along with Indian fashion designer Khushi Shah on 1 January 2017 where it is saying that 39 people were killed and 65 were wounded.
The B-Town industry is in shock and showed their sentiments on their official twitter handle where Raveena Tandon tweeted that ”
Abis, We shall miss you RIP my dearest friend.We love http://you.You leave a deep gap in our hearts & lives ..
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) January 1, 2017
Lost my dear friend, & a wonderful person, Abis in the random Istanbul shooting… when will this madness stop ???? https://t.co/7cXeDyMiEu
— Arshad Warsi (@ArshadWarsi) January 2, 2017
Lost someone one had met on a flight a few months ago in Istanbul terror attack. Abis Rizvi RIP
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) January 1, 2017
Shocked by the news of losing one of my long time & dearest friend, Abis Rizvi, in the shootout in Istanbul. Will miss you my friend. RIP pic.twitter.com/KFhHjx6Xci
— Madhur Bhandarkar (@imbhandarkar) January 1, 2017
RIP for Abis Hasan Rizvi 🙁