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Salman Khan pays tribute to Wajid Khan: ‘Will always love, respect, remember you’ – News 24

Mumbai: Bollywood celebrity Salman Khan took to social media to mourn the demise of Wajid Khan of the sibling composer duo Sajid-Wajid.

“Wajid Vil always love, respect, remember n miss u as a person n ur talent, Love u n may your beautiful soul rest in peace …” tweeted Salman Khan.


Music composer Wajid Khan succumbed to coronary heart assault within the early hours of Monday. The 42-year previous singer-composer was reportedly affected by COVID-19 aside from battling coronary heart and kidney associated illnesses.

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Sajid-Wajid shared a particular bond with Salman Khan and have been shut pals with the actor. In truth, it was Salman who gave them their Bollywood break, method again in 1998, in his dwelling manufacturing “Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya”. Sajid-Wajd composed the music “Teri jawaani badi mast mast hai” in that movie.

The duo shot to fame composing lots of the songs within the three “Dabangg” movies of Salman Khan.

“Dabangg” sequence heroine Sonakshi Sinha additionally tweeted to specific grief. “Rest in peace Wajid Bhai! You left us too soon… Will always remember how you called me your lucky charm… deepest condolences to the family!” wrote the actress.Coronavirus, coronavirus India Update, Coronavirus lockdown, Coronavirus Pandemic, COVID-19, India, lockdown, Lockdown 4, Lockdown5

Sajid-Wajid lately composed a number of non-movie songs for Salman in the course of the ongoing lockdown, one in all which was a quantity titled “Pyaar karona”, a pop anthem encouraging all to combat the coronavirus. The music launched in April was sung by Salman and likewise featured the actor within the video.

The composer duo additionally lately composed Salman’s Eid particular music, “Bhai bhai”, which talks of communal concord.

As a singer, Wajid recorded many hit songs in Salman movies, together with “Do you wanna partner” and “Soni de nakhre” (“Partner”), “Hud hud Dabangg” (“Dabangg”), “Tujhe Aksa Beach” (“God Tussi Great Ho”), “Jalwa” (“Wanted”), and “Pandeyji seeti” and “Fevicol se” (“Dabangg 2”).

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