The renowned artist Wajid Khan passed away midnight 31st May 2020. His death has left the entire industry in utmost grief. Such an earlier demise of Wajid Khan, at the age of 42 shook the Bollywood Industry. Until after his last breaths, it was not confirmed as to why Wajid Khan died.
In the starting, it was speculated that he was suffering from severe kidney disorders. And later it was reported to be due to cardiac arrest. The cardiac arrest intensity was enhanced by low breathing rates due to the Corona Virus disease.
We were just grieving the demise of Wajid Khan, the news broke out that Wajid Khan’s mother Razina is also suffering from the COVID-19 disease. She tested positive earlier today in the morning at Surana Sethia Hospital in Mumbai. Place where Wajid Khan was first admitted.
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According to reports, Razina contracted the virus prior to Wajid being infected, who himself was battling with kidney and throat infection. He tested positive at a much later stage.
Sources revealed that Razina is in better health now, her conditions have improved and she will be out of the hospital very soon. It is not clear how Sajid-Wajid’s mother initially came in contact with the virus. But is speculated that she contracted the virus from a hospitalized patient.
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All fans and celebrities presented their deepest condolences to the family and prayed for the speedy recovery of Razina.
Wajid Khan was known for his composition skills and singing style. He had worked with the biggest stars in the industry with the likes of Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Shahrukh Khan, and more. Celebs mourned the late musician by posting their favorite moments while working with Sajid-Wajid duo. Priyanka Chopra said his smile will be missed the most, a talented young man left the Earth at such an early stage.
Wajid Khan started his carrier with Salman Khan when he composed “Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya” in 1998. They both also worked for the Dabangg franchise.
On his death bed, Wajid sang the ‘hud hud dabangg dabangg’ line from the song. He presented it to all his fans and family. Soon, the video went viral on social media and people remembered it is in our own will to act strong even in the moments we are not.
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