Wajid Khan’s Old Unseen Video From The Hospital Singing 'Hud Hud Dabangg' For His Brother Sajid Khan Will Leave You Teary-Eyed-WATCH

Upon Wajid Khan’s death, an old video of the music composer shared on social media from the hospital, singing a song for his brother Sajid Khan will leave you teary-eyed

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Wajid Khan’s Old Unseen Video From The Hospital Singing 'Hud Hud Dabangg' For His Brother Sajid Khan Will Leave You Teary-Eyed-WATCH
Bollywood’s music industry lost a gem today with music composer Wajid Khan’s passing away. The music composer died at the age of 42 at a hospital in Mumbai. Since the news of Wajid Khan’s death has hit headlines, many celebrities took to their social media to mourn the sad demise of the music producer. Now, upon Wajid Khan’s death, an old video of the music composer from the hospital singing a song for his brother Sajid Khan is shared on social media.

Taking to Instagram, Viral Bhayani shared the video of Wajid Khan and mentioned it is an old video. The video was captioned, “A heart breaking old video of #wajidkhan . This is not a recent video. #rip.” In the heart-wrenching video, Wajid Khan is spotted sitting on a hospital bed. The video features the music composer singing a song for his brother Sajid Khan. As the video goes on, Wajid Khan says, “Sajid bhai ke liye toh ek hi gaana gaunga main.”

The music composer then goes on to sing the song Hud Hud Dabangg from the Salman Khan film Dabangg. In the video, the music composer sings the song Hud Hud Dabangg from the hospital and looks happy singing it. As Wajid Khan gets done singing a verse from the song, towards the end, he says, “Love you brother,” sending out all love to his beloved brother Sajid Khan. For the unversed, the song Hud Hud Dabangg was sung by Wajid Khan and Sukhwinder Singh.


Meanwhile, as the unseen video of Wajid Khan from the hospital surfaces, Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan also reacted to it and wrote, “Rip.” On the other hand, just recently, Wajid Khan’s brother Sajid Khan was seen arriving at the funeral, all covered wearing masks and gloves. Also Read: Wajid Khan Passes Away At 42: Brother Sajid Khan Reaches Crematorium In Tears- Pictures







Image source: Instagram/Viral Bhayani
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