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Miss you as a person and your talent: Salman Khan mourns Wajid Khan's death

Miss you as a person and your talent: Salman Khan mourns Wajid Khan's death

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 01 Jun 2020, 11:45 am

Mumbai/IBNS: Mourning the death of music composer Wajid Khan, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan on Monday said he will miss him as a 'person and his talent'.

"Wajid Vil always love, respect, remember n miss u as a person n ur talent, Love u n may your beautiful soul rest in peace," Khan tweeted.

Wajid died due to complications arising from a kidney infection. He was also infected with Covid-19. 

He was 42.

  Wajid Khan (his brother is Sajid Khan of the musical duo) was the son of Ustad Sharafat Ali Khan, a tabla player.

Sajid–Wajid scored music for several Salman Khan movies beginning with 'Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya' in 1998. In 1999, they scored music for Sonu Nigam's album 'Deewaana' and in the same year, they scored for the film Hello Brother and wrote the songs 'Hata Saawan Ki Ghata', 'Chupke Se Koi Aayega' and 'Hello Brother'.

They composed music for several films such as 'Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai' (2002), 'Gunaah' (2002), 'Chori Chori' (2003), 'The Killer' (2006), 'Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar' (2006), 'Jaane Hoga Kya' (2006) among others.

They had also composed music for several films starring Salman Khan, which include 'Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge' (2002), 'Tere Naam' (2003), 'Garv' (2004), 'Mujhse Shaadi Karogi' (2004), 'Partner' (2007), 'Hello' (2008), 'God Tussi Great Ho' (2008), 'Wanted' (2009), 'Main Aur Mrs Khanna', (2009), 'Veer' (2010), 'Dabangg' (2010), 'No Problem' (2010) and 'Ek Tha Tiger' (2012; "Mashallah" only).