- Salman and Sohail joined Sajid on Wajid’s start anniversary
- The trio sang the Completely happy Birthday track in reminiscence of Wajid Khan
- Wajid Khan was Salman Khan’s long-time collaborator and good friend
Actor Salman Khan and his brother Sohail paid tributes to late composer Wajid Khan on his birthday anniversary by chopping a cake. Celebrated composer Wajid Khan, of Sajid-Wajid duo, died in June. Salman and Sohail had been joined by Wajid’s brother Sajid Khan for the start anniversary celebrations of Wajid. Sajid Khan shared a video from the cake chopping session and devoted a heart-warming message to his late brother: “Completely happy birthday Wajid. Nice musician, nice soul, thoughts blowing individual and dearest brother: miss you yaar.” Within the video, the trio could be heard singing the Completely happy Birthday track in reminiscence of Wajid Khan, who died at a Mumbai hospital on June 1.
Wajid Khan was Salman Khan’s long-time collaborator and good friend. The composer duo started their journey in Bollywood as music composers with Salman Khan’s 1998 movie Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya and continued to work with the actor all through their profession, composing songs for his movies. After Wajid Khan’s demise in June, Salman Khan tweeted this emotional message: “Wajid, will all the time love, respect, bear in mind and miss you as an individual and your expertise. Love you and will your stunning soul relaxation in peace.”
Wajid Vil all the time love, respect, bear in mind n miss u as an individual n ur expertise, Love u n could your stunning soul relaxation in peace …
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) June 1, 2020
Sajid-Wajid composed songs for Salman’s films comparable to Accomplice, Welcome and the Dabangg collection of movies. Wajid Khan was additionally the voice of Salman Khan songs comparable to Soni De Nakhre, Do You Wanna Accomplice, Bang Bang Bang, Love Me, Taali, Mashallah, Baaki Sab First Class Hai, amongst others. Wajid Khan, together with brother Sajid, composed the 2 songs Bhai Bhai and Pyaar Karona for Salman Khan, who launched them throughout the lockdown.