Mihir Bijur, Owner of Mumbai's 'Door No 1' Retro Bar, Dies of Cardiac Arrest
File image of Mihir Bijur | (Photo Credits: Facebook/Mihir-Bijur)

Mumbai, July 6: In a shocking demise, Mumbai's popular restaurateur Mihir Bijur has passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest. The 38-year-old's demise has hit a section of the city's retro bar goers, who recall Bijur as a large-hearted person who was actively helping Mumbaikars stranded in flood on Tuesday -- a day before his death.

Bijur, who owned the popular 'Door No.1' in retro bar in Bandra, suffered a cardiac arrest on Wednesday. He was rushed to the hospital, but declared dead by the doctors treating him. Heart Attack: What are The Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Preventive Measures For this Heart Disease?

Bijur's demise drew emotional reactions from celebrities as well, with actress Gul Panag calling it an unprecedented shock. "Every single day is a gift. We have no idea what will happen the next day. Even the next moment. We all know it. But it slaps us in the face every time something unexpected happens. Will miss you," she said.

Bijur's wife Sulbha Arora penned an emotional post on Facebook, in which she described her husband as someone who brought several people out of depression.

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Bijur had co-founded 'Door No.1' -- one of the popular retro bar in the city -- in 2016 along with his brother-in-law Vishesh Khanna.

Under his ownership, Door became the first-ever retro bar in India to launch its own musical band, Pratham, in 2018. The restaurant also hosted its Human Jukebox nights (held on Wednesdays), which grew highly popular among the city's youths.