Singer Sonu Nigam lost a dear friend and brother Wajid Khan on Sunday. The Bollywood composer breathed his last at Surana Hospital in Chembu due to kidney failure. It is also being said that he had tested positive for Covid-19. Sonu Nigam, who was one of the first Bollywood celebrities to mourn the death of Wajid Khan, has now paid an emotional tribute to the music director who passed away at the age of 42. Sonu Nigam, who is now in Dubai amid the lockdown, went live on his YouTube channel and remembered all the good memories shared with Wajid Khan. The singer also urged everyone to stay humble and find happiness in the little things in life.
Sonu Nigam started his live tribute video by saying, "I am feeling ok now. Since morning I haven't been talking to anyone and, the unwell friend whom I was talking about from a long time was none other than Wajid Khan".
Remembering how he met Wajid Khan, Sonu Nigam said, "I met him 29 years back when I was new in Mumbai and a struggler. That time, we used to talk a lot. He used to always praise my harmonium skills".
The heartfelt tribute comes soon after Sonu Nigam announced it on Insatgram sharing some lovely memories with Wajid Khan.