Hrithik Roshan will pay tribute to overdue singer Taz: He added the magic in ‘It is magic’ from ‘Koi…Mil Gaya’ | Hindi Film Information

Paying tributes to indie-pop sensation Taz, Bollywood celebrity Hrithik Roshan on Sunday stated his soulful voice added the “magic” in his fashionable dance quantity “It is magic” from ‘Koi…Mil Gaya’.

Taz, whose actual identify used to be Tarsame Singh Saini, passed on to the great beyond on Friday on the age of 54 after a protracted sickness. The United Kingdom-based musician of Indian descent used to be thought to be a pioneer of cross-cultural Asian fusion song.

Hrithik took to Twitter and remembered the musician, who had sung the chartbuster monitor from the actor’s 2003 sci-fi blockbuster, directed via his father Rakesh Roshan.

“Taz added the magic in ‘It is magic’ from Koi Mil Gaya together with his soulful voice. Prayers and energy to his circle of relatives. You are going to be ignored. RIP,” the 48-year-old megastar wrote.

Taz used to be the lead singer of the band Stereo Country, identified for songs like “Pyar Ho Gaya”, “Nachenge Saari Raat” and “Gallan Gorian”. His Bollywood hits incorporated tracks like “Daroo Vich Pyar” (‘Tum Bin’), and “Mujhpe to Jadoo” from “Race” amongst others.

Actor Kavita Kaushik additionally paid tributes to the musician and tweeted, “‘Thoda Daru vich pyaar mila de!’ Should have rewinded the cassette 100 instances and danced each and every time! No songs or singers nowadays have that magic!”

On Saturday, a circle of relatives buddy had instructed PTI that the singer used to be identified with hernia pre-COVID and wasn’t protecting neatly since then.

“He used to be identified with a hernia pre-COVID however could not get a health facility mattress right through lockdown. Then he went right into a coma in March, got here out however by no means recovered. He died on Friday in health facility,” the circle of relatives buddy stated.

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