Sajid on Radhe: Would have been difficult without Salman Khan

 Composer Sajid on completing music for Radhe without Wajid

Salman Khan

Music composer Sajid Khan, of the Sajid-Wajid duo, makes his first solo outing with Indian Pro Music League after the untimely demise of brother  Wajid Khan, last year. Featuring as captain of the Delhi Jammers team on the music reality show, the composer describes it as a programme that “infuses the competitive spirit and excitement of sports into music with six teams competing against each another”.

Sajid-Wajid

Teamed up with singers Neha Bhasin and Ankush Bhardwaj, Sajid hopes the two will help him own the title in the show. “Both [singers] are incredible. We don’t have a strategy per se, but we’ll take things as they come.”

While engrossed with the television commitment, Sajid is also creating music for Salman Khan’s magnum opus Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, albeit without his brother. The sibling duo created many massy numbers for Khan’s films, Dabangg franchise, Jai Ho, Ek Tha Tiger among others. He says, “The soon-to-be launched album has some wonderful songs.” Showering praise on Khan for time and again keeping faith in them, Sajid says, “I want to thank Salman for being our pillar of strength. He always called us tigers. He still says that I have my own strengths and that I should continue doing good work. 

Without his support, it would have been difficult for me.” Sajid insists his music still be credited as composed by Sajid-Wajid. “Nobody can change that. In fact, I have been requesting people to address me as Sajid-Wajid. We always jammed together, and it hurts me to even think thats he is gone, but we’re fighters. I’ll always work hard to keep our name shining.”

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