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Wajid Khan sings 'Hud Hud Dabangg' for brother Sajid in throwback video

Updated on: 02 June,2020 07:39 AM IST  |  Mumbai

In a video that has gone viral on social media, late music composer Wajid Khan could be seen singing the song, 'Hud Hud Dabangg' for his brother Sajid Khan!

Wajid Khan sings 'Hud Hud Dabangg' for brother Sajid in throwback video

Wajid Khan Picture Courtesy: Twitter

A video featuring Wajid Khan started trending on Monday, June 1, shortly after the singer-composer's shocking death in the early hours the same day.

The video, which went viral by afternoon, has Wajid singing the song Hud Hud Dabangg from his hospital bed. In the clip, the composer is unrecognisable, having shaved off his trademark beard. He tends to run short of breath after a point while singing at a stretch.

Have a look right here:

Referring to his brother and professional partner Sajid, Wajid says in Hindi, "Sajid bhai ke liye toh ek hi gana gaoonga main (I can only sing one song for Sajid Bhai)" before he starts singing various versions of the popular Dabangg theme song with gusto.

Talking about late Wajid Khan, singer Mamta Sharma who has sung multiple songs for the composer duo like Anarkali Disco Chali, Fevicol Se, Pandeyji Seeti, and Munna Badnaam Hua, told IANS: "Wajid Bhai would always feel his music. He never composed music just for the sake of composing it. He would always create music which he would feel deep inside. Most of the times he used live musicians because he believed that live musicians bring life and soul in a song."

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