[EXCL.] ‘I nonetheless WhatsApp Wajid and name him,’ says Sajid & |  Photo Credit: Instagram
It’s been greater than two months since composer Wajid Khan of Sajid-Wajid duo handed away and other people proceed to recollect him of their reminiscences. Throughout his profession in Bollywood, he labored on songs like Saamne Hai Savera (which was his favorite tune), Tere Mast Mast Do Nain, Love Me Love Me, Soni De Nakhre, Bang Bang, Mashallah Mashallah and the checklist simply goes on. His premature demise had despatched shockwaves throughout the trade. However, two months down the road, the late composer’s elder brother Sajid Khan fondly remembers him.
In an unique chat with Zoom Digital, Sajid bared his coronary heart out and remembered his youthful brother. He spoke about their upcoming tune Jeet Jayenge Hum, how he nonetheless talks to Wajid and far more.
Revealing that he nonetheless calls and talks to his brother, Sajid Khan instructed us, “The place the place I sit in my home there’s a image of him and me on the wall, so I’m going there and converse to him, I nonetheless WhatsApp Wajid. I despatched this (Jeet Jayenge Hum) tune to him on WhatsApp. I’m nonetheless speaking to him. I need to preserve it like that the place I’m speaking to him on the cellphone. Sometimes, I name and message him and say that that is when our tune is releasing. I despatched this tune Jeet Jayenge Hum first to Wajid solely. I do not need to get in that zone. I need to be in that zone the place even when he isn’t seen, he’s there, we’re speaking. Maybe a special method of remembering him. Maybe quickly, I’ll begin calling folks from Wajid’s cellphone additionally.”
The composer additional went on to state that Wajid’s reminiscences used to hang-out him earlier however not anymore. “Earlier Wajid’s memories used to haunt me and I used to cry, but now I enjoy that memory, I laugh and I feel that he is just next to me. Sometimes I turn around, I start talking to him opposite an empty chair. I am enjoying everything. Life is very beautiful, one has to learn how to live,” he added.
Further, in a free-wheeling chat with us, he talked about how every little thing in his life (music-related) is a tribute to his brother. “Music-wise whatever I do in my life is a tribute to him. He was my younger brother, boss, teacher, best friend, little baby, and student. We are equivalent to each other, you know. Sometimes I used to be the boss, sometimes he used to be the boss. We always lived like that. I was really worried at the time he died and I was crying. I was thinking that music might get over in me. I was really worried. I used to cry for Wajid. And in the crying, I used to start singing. And I realised that it releases the tension inside me,” he stated and signed off.