Indian sharpshooter Chandro Tomar, who was prominently known as “Shooter Dadi”, died on the 30th of April because of Coronavirus. She was almost 89 years old and had been admitted to a hospital in Meerut in Uttar Pradesh where she breathed her last. After the news came out, her fans and different superstars took to the internet to grieve her passing. Indian actress Bhumi Pednekar, who played Chandro Tomar’s character role in the biopic of Saand Ki Aankh recollected moments of Shooter Dadi by given many pictures to her and stated that, “You will be remembered fondly so much until the end of time”.
While Indian actress Taapsee Pannu, who was played the role of Prakashi Tomar and share a photograph with Chandro Tomar and stated that “For the motivation, you will consistently be live in our minds. You will live on perpetually in every one of the young girls you offered desire to live. My cutest rockstar May the harmony be with you.”
Bhumi Pednekar additionally recollected Chandro Didi’s lessons and stated that “It is totally catastrophizing to realize that Dadi isn’t with us any longer. It truly feels like an extremely enormous thing loss. She was somebody who carried on with a happy life. She made her own guidelines, cleared her own way, and had a wonderful sisterhood and a delightful relation with Prakashi dadi, and together they left an effect on such countless lives.
I feel so lucky to have played her character, got an opportunity to find out about existence from her and she has left an exceptionally large piece of herself with me. My sympathies to the family and everyone whose life she impacted on the grounds that I know there will be numerous who will be lamenting her death today”.
“In any case, she generally said tann buddha Hota hai, Mann buddha nai hota. I know in soul she will consistently be with us since her lessons will be with us. She will completely be missed.”
Indian biographical drama film Saand Ki Aankh recounts the narrative of sharpshooters Chandro Tomar and Prakashi Tomar, who figured out how to take shoots at sixty yrs of age. Chandro Tomar and Prakashi Tomar battled with man-centric society to become famous in the realm of shooting. The movie was produced by Anurag Kashyap and directed by Indian film writer Tusshar Hiranandani.