Wajid Khan of the composer-musician duo Sajid-Wajid duo breathed his last on Monday. He was battling with kidney related issues for which he was hospitalized and put on ventilator for past couple of days. The late composer’s last conversation was a voice note sent to singer Mika Singh. In the voice note the composer was heard thanking Mika for his message asking about his health. Mika has texted the composer to which he replied with a voice note. And sadly these were his last words.
PeepingMoon.com released the audio clip on their YouTube channel, where we can hear an extremely tired voice of the musician thanking Mika Singh for sending a message. Repetitively he is asking Mika to pray for his speedy recovery and hope he gets well soon and resume work as fast as possible. Further in his voice note he also mentioned about a surgery which successfully went through. He further thanked the singer for his love, concern and support. The last words of the musician, will surely leave you teary eyed.
Hear his audio clip below-
In conversation with PTI, Salim Merchant confirmed about his deteriorating health, he said, “He had multiple issues. He had a kidney issue and had a transplant a while ago. But recently he got to know about kidney infection... He was on the ventilator for the last four days, after his situation started getting worse. Kidney infection was the beginning and then he got critical.”
His last work of his career was with his mentor Salman Khan. The late composer addressed the megastar as his godfather; he got to learn a lot of things from him. Infact Salman Khan and Kajol starrer Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya marked the late composer debut in the Bollywood post which he collaborated on many films with Salman Khan. ALSO READ: Wajid Khan Death: Composer's Last Work Was For His Brother And Godfather Salman Khan’s Lockdown Tunes Pyaar Karona And Bhai Bhai
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