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Pankaj Udhas Death Reason: Ghazal singer passes away at 72 after prolonged illness, says family

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pankaj udhas death reason: Ghazal vocalist Pankaj Udhas has died following a drawn out sickness. The news was affirmed in an online entertainment post by his little girl Nayaab Udhas. Reports refering to family sources demonstrate that the Chitthi Ayee Hai and Aur Ahista Kijiye Baatein vocalist died at a Mumbai medical clinic around 11 am. The last customs will be hung on Tuesday.

“With an exceptionally weighty heart, we are disheartened to illuminate you regarding the miserable downfall of Padma Shri Pankaj Udhas on February 26 because of a drawn out sickness,” read a message from the family.

The vocalist’s downfall left the music business stunned and lamenting. Sympathy messages poured in after the news broke on Monday evening, with many communicating their shock and consternation through web-based entertainment.

Udhas was brought into the world in Gujarat to a blessed with a gift for music family and enlisted at the Rajkot Sangeet Foundation close by his siblings early on. He later started gaining Hindustani vocal old style music from Ghulam Qadir Khan Sahab and in the long run moved to Mumbai to prepare under Gwalior Gharana artist Navrang Nagpurkar.

Reports recommend that his most memorable show was an interpretation of Yes Simple Watan Ke Logo during the India-China war — which moved a crowd of people part to provide him with a compensation of ₹51. His most memorable tune credit was in the K Chatterjee coordinated 1972 film Kaamna.

Throughout the long term Udhas has delivered in excess of fifty collections and endless gatherings. He loaned his voice to numerous Hindi movies — including Naam, Saajan and Mohra. While he kept on performing at different ghazal occasions, his latest melody as a playback vocalist was for the 2016 film Dil Toh Deewana Hai.

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