The sudden demise of music composer-singer Wajid Khan left the whole of Bollywood into utter shock. The talented and jovial artist passed away on Monday in Mumbai at the age of just 42. The reason for his demise is considered to be some old health-related ailments.
The B-Town mourned the death of Wajid Khan and post their tributes to the late music composer. Even Bollywood superstar Salman Khan who had collaborated with the music composer duo for several memorable films also paid an ode to Wajid.
Coincidently, the last film on which Wajid Khan worked with his brother Sajid is also a Salman Khan film titled Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. The action-drama film was slated to release on Eid 2020 but the release date of the film got pushed due to the lockdown imposed by the government to curb the spread of the COVID-19 infection.
Recently, post Wajid Khan’s death, one of the producers of the film Atul Agnihotri spoke to an entertainment daily and revealed that the title song of Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai have been composed by Sajid-Wajid. He also promised that this song is an absolute ‘killer’ and ‘straight from the heart’.
A source close to the development of Radhe shared more details of the songs in the movie. It said, “The film has 5 songs in all. Sajid-Wajid has composed two songs, one of which is the title track. It is more like the theme song and has a very catchy and uplifting tune. The other Sajid-Wajid composition is a romantic track. Then, South composer Devi Sri Prasad too has worked on a song, which is the remake of the super-hit track ‘Seeti Maar’. It is from the Telugu flick Duvvada Jagannadham aka DJ (2017), starring Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde. Salman and Devi Sri Prasad, in the past, have worked on the chartbuster ‘Dhinka Chika’, in Ready (2011), also a remake. We are confident that even ‘Seeti Maar’s recreation will be a rage.”
The source also mentioned that there’s an item number in the movie by Jacqueline Fernandez. It also said that the shooting of the film is almost complete with two more songs yet to be shot and the filming of the same will kick-start once government grants the permission.