Jay Borade was a Mumbai-based choreographer who was born nearly in 1937 and started his career from 1981-2013. Jay Borade worked with renowned film directors like
, Vinod K. Verma, and many other directors.
He choreographed the dance for all famous celebrities. Jay did a lot of movies, starting with his career movies Jay did were- Kudrat in 1981; Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki in 1984; Maine Pyaar Kiya in 1989; Baaghi: A Rebel For Love in 1990; Suryavanshi in 1992; Hum Aapke Hai Kaun in 1994, Veergati in 1995; Hum Saath Saath Hai; We Stand United in 1999; Uljhan and Gadar: Ek Prem Katha in 2001; Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon in 2003; Anjaane: The Unknown in 2005; Vivah in 2006; Chanchal in 2008; Kahin Hai Mera Pyar and Sangam in 2014. Jay Borade worked with many stars like ,
Kareena Kapoor Khan
, Madhuri Dixit Nene,
, Bhagyashree, and many more known artist of Bollywood. Jay’s work with these stars was fabulous and choreographing these stars and people liking the dance and steps of Jay through the medium of stars was more worth it.
He worked a lot in his career out of which “Hum Aapke Hai Kaun” brought him more fame as it was the movie in which Jay Borade was awarded National Film Award for Best Choreography. Jay Borade was the 1st Choreographer who was awarded National Film Award for Best Choreography. In 2008, Jay retired from industry due to his ill health.
He suffered serious injuries and was battling for life. Salman Khan was a great friend and student of Jay, and he took care of him. Jay Borade was recovering well from his treatment and was also discharged from the hospital when shockingly everyone comes to know about his sudden departure. When Salman learned about Jay Borade’s demise, he immediately came back to Mumbai.
Vicky, Jay Borade’s son, said to Bhupendra (interviewer) that he and Salman, went to the hospital the night when Jay Borade died. Late night Salman was the only one who was with him going to the hospital and to the morgue in the ambulance. Jay Borade died on 2nd November 2014. He was a great man. The people who had worked with him recalled the moments with him and had always got inspired by him; Jay Borade was a great soul.