MUMBAI: As soon as the news of Bollywood director and film producer Abis Rizvi's death broke out, rich tributes from the film fraternity poured in who expressed grief at the tragic loss. Venting out his anger against the perpetrators of the terror attack, Bollywood actor Raza Murad on Sunday said Rizvi's death was a loss to the industry. "The perpetrators of this attack should not only be condemned. They should also be shot at. Rizvi, a budding filmmaker, whose film 'Roar' is set to release, what was his fault, why was he shot at. This is extremely unfortunate his death is a loss to this industry. Expressing similar sentiments, another Bollywood actor Javed Jaffery, said, 'Devastated by the death of my friend #AbisRizvi in the dastardly terrorist attack this morning in an #Istanbul nightclub (sic)' https://twitter.com/jaavedjaaferi/status/815585175602155520 https://twitter.com/jaavedjaaferi/status/815587242534207488 External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has informed that two Indian nationals have lost their lives in the Istanbul nightclub attack. https://twitter.com/SushmaSwaraj/status/815547135605100544 https://twitter.com/SushmaSwaraj/status/815547614540144641 I have a bad news from Turkey. We have lost two Indian nationals in the Istanbul attack. Indian Ambassador is on way to Istanbul. /1 The victims are Mr.Abis Rizvi son of former Rajya Sabha MP and Ms.Khushi Shah from Gujarat. /2 https://twitter.com/Govinda_HeroNo1/status/815764005432139776 The attack comes three weeks after twin bombings in Istanbul killed at least 45 people, mostly police officers.
Istanbul attack: Govinda, Sushma Swaraj grieve film producer Abis Rizvi's death