Mohammed Aziz is no More, millions of people will regret being their

Mohammed Aziz is no More, millions of people will regret being their

Famous Bollywood playback singer Mohammad Aziz is not there. He died on Tuesday evening due to a heart attack. They had gone to Kolkata to do a show last night. He arrived in Mumbai around 4 pm today. As they went home from the airport, they started getting restless. Their driver took them to the hospital. The doctor declared him dead. He sang a number of super hit songs.

His nickname was Munna. Born and raised in West Bengal

He had started singing since childhood. He came to Bombay in 1984 to complete his dream. His first film (Ambar) was also released the same year.

He got a big break when Anu Malik gave him the song “Mard Tangewala” in the Amitabh Bachchan star¬†‘Mard’. It’s a lot hit. After that, he had to not look back and look back. He sang for every successful composer. Laxmikant Pyarelal also gave him a chance in many of his films.

When the pair of Laxmikant-Pyarelal came down, his career fell, and then the music director people started taking more of the new singers like Udit Narayan and Kumar Sanu.

They were very big fans of Mohammed Rafi’s songs They considered him their guru Although Aziz did not take any training from Rafi he listened to the list. And there was a time in the career when people started calling him the successor of Mohammad Rafi. Aziz had once said, “I think that if anybody of Mohammad Rafi is eligible to sing, he can be considered as the best singer of the country.”

Aziz said, “He inspired me to such an extent that Rafi was inspired by his spirit and could absorb them. Although I have taken my formal training from a teacher, I consider Rafi as our guru. I have performed today in many languages and around the world, and I give credit to my success. “Mohammed Aziz said that in the film industry it used to be rumored that I was a disciple of Rafi Sahab and he continued his legacy. I’m here.

Once, Rafi Sahib had to listen to the songs of Mohammed Aziz. Then Rafi had said – “Hey he sings like me.”

It is believed that Mohammed Aziz sang more than 20,000 songs in different languages. Of these, ‘Aap Ke Aa Jaane Se’, ‘Imli Ka Buta Berry Ka Ped’, ‘kagaz kalam davaat La’, ‘Dil Diya Hai Jaan Bhi Denge Ae Watan Tere Liye’, ‘Mere Do Anmol Ratan’, ‘My Name Is Lakhan, Tujhe Rab Ne Banaya Hoga,¬†remember many songs.

Goodbye to Mohammad Aziz.

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