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Wajid Khan death: Actor Adnan Siddiqui terms it an irreparable loss


Arhama AltafWeb Editor

01st June, 2020
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Pakistani actor Adnan Siddiqui expressed deep sorrow on the sad demise of Wajid Khan, who died in a Mumbai hospital aged 42 due to coronavirus complications leading to kidney issues.

Adnan Siddiqui is much saddened to hear the unbearable loss. He took to social media and shared his heartiest condolences to the composer’s family. He said that the singer was like a brother to him.

“Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’unThe deepest loss of 2020 for me personally and for the years to come. I lost my brother and a very, very dear friend Wajid.”

“Wajid, my brother, not done. There were many more conversations left Bhai. Gone too soon, am shattered beyond repair.”

On Instagram, Siddiqui shared some memories he had with the late musician Wajid.

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Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un . . . The deepest loss of 2020 for me personally and for the years to come…. I lost my brother and very very dear friend Wajid. Wajid my brother not done…. there were many more conversations left bhai. Gone too soon, am shattered beyond repair. The most fondest memories of Mumbai I have are with Sajid and Wajid. They came to meet me and took me out for sehri. Not only that, invited me to their place and I had nihari cooked by their mother. I came back to Pakistan and didn’t get a chance to visit them again but our bond became rock solid over the years. My weekends are not complete without chatting with both the brothers and they will be incomplete without you Wajid. Kyun Bhai?? Rest in peace my bhai… rest in peace and may Allah give Sajid and family strength… nothing I write will be enough today. I will forever remember you as ever smiling, singing songs on the phone bhai… why did you go away so soon..🙏🏽

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“The most fondest memories of Mumbai I have are with Sajid and Wajid. They came to meet me and took me out for sehri. Not only that, invited me to their place and I had nihari cooked by their mother,” he wrote in a post.

“I came back to Pakistan and didn’t get a chance to visit them again but our bond became rock solid over the years,” said the actor. “My weekends are not complete without chatting with both the brothers and they will be incomplete without you Wajid”

The actor remarked that nothing he writes will be enough today. “I will forever remember you as ever-smiling, singing songs on the phone bhai… why did you go away so soon,” he concluded.

Sajid-Wajid made their Bollywood debut with Salman Khan starrer ‘Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya’ in 1998.

The composed for many of Salman Khan’s films, including Chori Chori, Hello Brother, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Partner, Wanted and Dabangg (1, 2 and 3).

Wajid also lent his voice as a playback singer and sung popular tracks like ‘Hud Hud Dabangg’, ‘Jalwa’, ‘Chinta Ta Ta Chita Chita’ and ‘Fevicol Se’ among more.

However, a number of famous celebrities from the music world and netizens express their condolences on the sad demise and share memories with the music legend.

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