Bollywood playback singer Mohammad Aziz dies at 64 of cardiac arrest

Veteran Bollywood playback singer Mohammad Azid passed away due to cardiac arrest. He was 64. He suffered cardiac attack on his way back to Mumbai from Kolkata. He was rushed to Nanavati Hospital where the singer was declared dead.

Popular comedian Jonny Lever's brother Jimmy Moses took to his Facebook handle to share the news. Talking to Peepingmoon, Jimmy said, " “Mohammed Aziz was in Kolkata for a show which happened last night. He took a flight this afternoon and landed at 4:30 in Mumbai. He then took a cab from the Mumbai airport but started feeling uneasy soon after. He was then taken to the Nanavati hospital where the doctors informed that he is no more”.

Mohammad Aziz is known for his some popular rendition like 'My name is Lakhan', 'Teri Bewafai Ka Shikwa' among others.

Aziz, who was a huge admirer of Mohammad Rafi, started his musical career in Kolkata and then moved to Mumbai.

His got his first Bollywood break to sing for Amitabh Bachchan in ‘Mard’. He sang the song Mard Taangewala.

May his soul rest in peace!