After Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor, India continues to mourn the loss of Bollywood’s renowned singer and music composer Wajid Khan. Wajid of Sajid-Wajid duo breathed his last early this morning. While there were speculations of him succumbing to COVID-19, singer Salim confirmed that he had other health problems too that he succumbed to. While the heartfelt condolence messages for his family continue to pour in, Bigg Boss 13’s Rashami Desai took to her social media accounts to post about the same.
Paying tribute to the singer and music composer Wajid, she posted a picture on her Insta story and wrote, “Thank you for all the beautiful melodies and we shall cherish and remember you for life. #ripwajidkhan” While she wrote on Twitter, “Sucha heartbreaking news #wajidkhan #RIP Pensive face Strength to the family..”
Meanwhile, other celebs who have poured their heartfelt condolences are Hina Khan, Shehnaaz Gill Rajeev Khandelwal Karanvir Bohra and Rohan Mehra among others. Gill wrote, “RIP Wajid Khan Another soul gone too soon...,” and “no no no this cannot be true #WajidKhan #gonetoosoon condolences to the entire family.... Huge huge lots a wonderful person #omnamoshivaya,” wrote Bohra.
A while back we informed you, musician Salim Merchant cleared the air of him passing away due to Coronavirus. He stated, “We all know that he was sick and unwell for a while now but still his demise was a complete shocker. Wajid did not die of COVID-19. There have been false news floating around since last night. It is very sad that his kidney infection got worse and it got the better of him ultimately. He had multiple problems, it went to his throat, he was a diabetic and he had other health problems too that he finally succumbed to.” (ALSO READ: Wajid Khan Passes Away: TV Actors Rajeev Khandelwal, Shehnaaz Gill, Hina Khan, Rohan Mehra Mourn The Composer’s Untimely Death)
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