Sajid Khan opens up on how things have changed post Wajid Khan’s death

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The pain of losing a loved one is inexplicable. Music-composer Wajid Khan of Sajid-Wajid fame left for the heavenly adobe on June 1, last year. The late musicians’ family is still trying to come to terms with his death.

In a recent interview, Sajid Khan opened up about how he is coping on the work front now that he has to work Alone. The musician said that earlier it was Wajid who dealt with all the artistes but now he will have to become friends with everyone and work with them.

Sharing how things have changed post his brother’s death, Sajid told Pinkvilla, “Before Wajid used to meet everyone and I always used to be inside. And now, I have to meet all the artistes. All the singers and artistes, Wajid used to be friends with them. Now I have to become friends with everyone and work with them. I am doing, I am trying to do things, I understand before we used to share our music and deliver and now, there is nobody. But our entire team is there, people we’ve been working with they all are there and there is a possibility of doing different kind of projects and different kinds of melodies.”

 

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Further speaking about the void that he is feeling after Wajid’s death, Sajid told the portal, “Sometimes I feel he (Wajid) has come into my composition. And he’s always there, you know. I really don’t want to think and believe he’s no more. I feel him in the studio, I feel him at home, I feel him when I am driving alone… Till the time I’m dying, he’s there with me. He’s very much with me, and I love him yaar. For the world, we must be a ‘jodi’ but he was my blood brother.”

 

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On the work front, Sajid is currently working on Salman Khan‘s upcoming film ‘Radhe’. He is also part of the Zee TV’s show ‘Indian Pro Music League’.

Also Read: ‘Radhe’: Salman Khan and Sajid Khan remember late Wajid Khan on sets of their film