Late Bollywood musician Wajid Khan’s mother tests COVID-19 positive

Late Bollywood musician Wajid Khan’s mother tests COVID-19 positive

Late Bollywood musician Wajid Khan’s mother tests COVID-19 positive

Late music composer and singer Wajid Khan's mother, Razina, has also tested positive for the coronavirus.

Khan, who had been suffering from a kidney ailment, died in Mumbai on Sunday after suffering a cardiac arrest, his brother told the Press Trust of India news agency, adding that he had tested positive for the virus. "However, she contracted Covid-19 after she came in contact with other coronavirus patients at the hospital".

Fortunately, her condition has improved now. "God bless you tk cr" Wajid Khan made his debut with Pyar Kiya Toh Darna Kya and his last project, too, was with Salman Khan, a song that the Dabangg actor released for his Youtube channel- Bhai Bhai, which is crooned by Salman Khan.

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He was later laid to rest at Versova cemetery on Monday evening. Wajid Khan's longtime collaborator Salman Khan, in his eulogy piece for the music composer, wrote: "Wajid, will always love, respect, remember and miss you as a person and your talent. Love u n may your lovely soul rest in peace (sic)".

While a number of Bollywood bigwigs are mourning the Wajid's demise, a viral video has given insight into the final moments of the musician at the hospital, before he departed for his heavenly abode.

They became his favoured composers, collaborating on films such as the 2007 comedy Partner, the 2009 action blockbuster Wanted and 2010's top grosser Dabangg (Fearless). Wajid Khan recently co-composed Salman's tracks Pyaar Karona and Bhai Bhai.

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