Last month, music composer Wajid Khan breathed his last in a Mumbai hospital. His sudden demise at the age of 42 left the entire film industry mourning. Wajid died after suffering a major heart attack.
Wajid’s elder brother Sajid Khan recently opened up on his death and how his family is coping with it.
Sharing about how his family is coping with Wajid’s demise, Sajid told IANS, “This time has been extremely hard for us. Wajid was one of the most generous and kind individuals. One thing we will always remember is his laugh; his attitude towards life and the art is what gave soul to the music we made. It’s like losing a piece of my heart but like I’ve said before, my brother is a legend and legends don’t die.”
Earlier remembering his late brother, Sajid had shared his picture on his Instagram handle alongside the caption, “Mere jaaan mera Imaan yes mere Shaan tujhpe mere zindagi quarban my bhaijaan ::ppl will see u in me my brother always ur way I’ll walk:: miss u very much ma bro Wajid(sic)”
Sajid-Wajid have given the music lovers some of the best chartbusters songs like ‘Tere Mast Mast Do Nain’ and ‘Hud Hud Dabangg’ (Dabangg), ‘Do You Wanna Partner’ and ‘Soni de Nakhre’ (Partner), ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karogi’ and ‘Laal Dupatta’ (Mujhse Shaadi Karogi), ‘Mashallah’ (Ek Tha Tiger), and ‘Fevicol Se’ (Dabangg 2) to name a few.
Wajid is survived by his wife, two kids and brother Sajid.