Indian filmmaker Jagmohan Mundhra has died at the age of 62.
The director passed away in Mumbai, India on Sunday (04Sep11) after suffering a cardiac arrest, reports Variety.com.
He made his debut in 1982 with the Hindi-language thriller Suraag, while his 1984 movie Kamla was applauded by critics.
Mundhra later moved to the U.S. and directed English-language erotic thrillers, including Night Eyes and Wild Cactus. He was preparing Kissa Kutte Ka, the final instalment of his trilogy about on Indian women's issues, at the time of his death.
He is survived by his wife Chandra.
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