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Sajid Khan On Late Wajid Khan: “My Brother Is A Legend & Legends Don’t Die”

Sajid Khan On Late Wajid Khan: “My Brother Is A Legend & Legends Don’t Die”

Bollywood writer vocalist Sajid Khan says losing his sibling Wajid Khan resembled losing a bit of his heart, adding that Wajid keeps on living in everybody’s souls because of his craft. “This time has been very hard for us. Wajid was one of the most liberal and kind people. One thing we will consistently recall

Bollywood writer vocalist Sajid Khan says losing his sibling Wajid Khan resembled losing a bit of his heart, adding that Wajid keeps on living in everybody’s souls because of his craft.

“This time has been very hard for us. Wajid was one of the most liberal and kind people. One thing we will consistently recall is his giggle; his demeanor towards life and the craftsmanship is the thing that offered soul to the music we made,” Sajid said.
“It resembles losing a bit of my heart yet like I’ve said previously, my sibling is a legend and legends don’t pass on,” Sajid included.

Prior this month, Wajid Khan, of Bollywood authors Sajid-Wajid, passed on at 42 years old.
Post his death, he will be found in the music unscripted TV drama MX Player’s “Seasons Of Music”, making music with his sibling. They reproduce the well known melody “Akele hain toh kya gham hai”, which Anand-Milind made for “Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak” in the show.

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