Saroj Khan, known for choreographing the most popular songs in Bollywood films like Dola Re Dola, Ek Do Teen, Dhak Dhak among many others, passed away on Friday due to cardiac arrest. 

Check the last respect and tributes by celebrities:

Disha Patani tweeted, "For every girl, dancing on songs choreographed by Saroj ji was an integral part of growing up, music that let them dream and revel in their dreams of Bollywood. RIP Master ji #SarojKhan."

Bosco Martis wrote, "This moment will be treasured for life . When Master ji saw my song and gave me a Bakshish! You have to be extremely lucky to earn that. Grateful to @zeetvdid @zeetv to make this moment possible . #ripmasterji #sarojkhan #bollywoodqueen #moment #danceindiadance."

Namrata Shirodkar wrote, "Did many films with the inimitable Saroj ji. An institution in herself!! She was one of the few dance directors who blended dance with emotion so beautifully. She brought out the total woman in you when she made you perform!! Will miss you Saroj ji Sending love and light to her soul and strength to all her family and loved ones."

Sharing a photo with the late choreographer, Sanjay Dutt wrote alongside, "This news has left me heartbroken. Saroj ji was not just a legend but also a humble person. We shared a beautiful relationship & worked in many films together. Her contribution to the industry is irreplaceable as there was no one who could dance like her. Om Shanti."

Sharing a throwback photo, Ananya Pandey wrote, "Love You Masterji."

Taking to Twitter, Kangana's team wrote, "A rare artist & an exceptional Guru, #SarojKhan ji has played crucial roles in many superstars journeys, giving memorable choreographies in Jugni from TWM, Ghani Bawari from TWMR & very recent lullaby Taktaki from Manikarnika, Kangana will always be indebted to her contribution."

Tiger wrote, "Your grace will always remain eternal and unmatchable, blessed to have known you and will always cherish the praise and guidance I received from you. Rest in power mam, I’m sure you’re already up there dancing in full form."

Taking to social media, Sonam kapoor remembered her with a throwback photo and prayed that she rest in peace.

Kajol remembered Saroj Khan and wrote, “RIP to the most talented coolest choreographer ever! She taught me sooooo much that I always used everywhere in so many other ways. When she danced it was like watching a whole book ! Everything that she wanted to say was there so clearly on her face and in her body language . Even later when she grew older whenever we met I could see that mischief and affection and sheer love for her work. Love u Sarojji and be at peace knowing that u are loved and will always be remembered.” 

Shabana Azmi remembers Saroj Khan as one of the 'finest choreographers'
"Tremendous grace and a mobile face with quicksilver expressions were her hallmark. I worked with her very early in my career and she was immeasurably patient and kind. RIP #Saroj Khan," she tweeted.
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