Music Composer Wajid Khan dies at 42 after suffering from Kidney complications

Music Composer  Wajid Khan dies at 42 after suffering from Kidney complications

Politicians including Amit Deshmukh, Raj Babbar and Chitra Sarwara bid a fond farewell to Wajid Khan on social media after the musician died in Mumbai's Surana Hospital on June 1. He was 42. Wajid Khan died due to complications arising from a kidney infection and was also suffering from Covid-19.

Actor-politician Raj Babbar described Wajid Khan's death as a "rude jolt" and remembered the musician for his "friendly smile which was his best identity".

"Terrible to hear that the extremely talented Wajid Khan is no more. His demise is like a rude jolt. Voice behind so many big hits and a great composer- he'll always be remembered for that friendly smile which was his best identity. RIP #WajidKhan. You shall always be admired," Raj Babbar tweeted.

Amit Deshmukh, Maharashtra Minister for Medical Education and Culture, mourned Wajid Khan's loss and said that he was "extremely talented and down to earth".

"Made his mark in the world of music and reality shows. Tere Mast Mast Do Nain, Tera Naina Bade Dagabaaz Re. His compositions will always remind us of him," Amit Deshmukh added in his tweet.

Politician Chitra Sarwara also paid tribute to Wajid Khan and tweeted, "Deeply saddened to hear about the passing of #WajidKhan, one of the best music composers. My condolences with the family. Rest in peace."

 

Politicians including Amit Deshmukh, Raj Babbar and Chitra Sarwara bid a fond farewell to Wajid Khan on social media after the musician died in Mumbai's Surana Hospital on June 1. He was 42. Wajid Khan died due to complications arising from a kidney infection and was also suffering from Covid-19. Actor-politician Raj Babbar described Wajid Khan's death as a "rude jolt" and remembered the musician for his "friendly smile which was his best identity". "Terrible to hear that the extremely talented Wajid Khan is no more. His demise is like a rude jolt. Voice behind so many big hits and a great composer- he'll always be remembered for that friendly smile which was his best identity. RIP #WajidKhan. You shall always be admired," Raj Babbar tweeted. Amit Deshmukh, Maharashtra Minister for Medical Education and Culture, mourned Wajid Khan's loss and said that he was "extremely talented and down to earth". "Made his mark in the world of music and reality shows. Tere Mast Mast Do Nain, Tera Naina Bade Dagabaaz Re. His compositions will always remind us of him," Amit Deshmukh added in his tweet. Politician Chitra Sarwara also paid tribute to Wajid Khan and tweeted, "Deeply saddened to hear about the passing of #WajidKhan, one of the best music composers. My condolences with the family. Rest in peace."

Wajid Khan of the acclaimed Sajid-Wajid duo underwent a kidney transplant a few months ago. The musician along with his brother Sajid Khan composed most of the songs of Salman Khan's movies and is also credited for the music of the superstar's new song Bhai Bhai.

Sajd-Wajid made their debut in Bollywood with Salman Khan's 1998 film Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya and subsequently composed music for Garv, Tere Naam, Tumko Na Bhool Payenge, Partner as well as the Dabangg franchise.

Wajid Khan, in fact, also provided vocals to several Salman Khan songs such as PandeyJee Seeti, Fevicol Se (Dabangg 2, 2012) and Love Me (Wanted, 2009).